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The English artist, Damien Hirst either evokes gasps of shock, fits of giggles or a furrowing of the brow with thought provoked. Personally, he evokes none of these feelings; instead, it is far worse for an artist – it is indifference. Let’s take a look at some of Hirst’s works first and we’ll take a [...]
Status Serigraph Poster art, those designs combining graphics or drawings with a band or concert advertisement, began, as did most exciting things in modern popular culture, during the 1960s counterculture revolution. In fact, just last night I saw one from mid-sixties San Francisco describing a Grateful Dead/Blue Cheer show complete with light show explanation (all [...]
Ah fashion. Sometimes it’s hot, sometimes it’s not. And sometimes, it completely blows your mind. How much thought have you given to shoe design? Sure, there are times you go out to find a pair of shoes to buy and think, “They’re just not making my kind of shoes this year.” In a year of [...]
Quentin Tarantino once said, “I steal from every movie ever made.” With this weekend’s Quentin vs. Coen art show at Bold Hype Gallery in New York, it would seem the tables have turned on the homage-generating director. His films, coupled with the equally stirring works of the Coen Brothers, serve as the inspiration for [...]
This is some of the most fun furniture we’ve ever seen. It is refreshing to see furniture that is designed well, but different, and executed so beautifully. So, without further ado, we give you Straight Line Designs, a company that can create any piece of furniture your mind can imagine. Based in British Columbia, Straight [...]
They feel simple.They look simple. However, they push their audience far past simple, provoking appreciation and motivation in a mere glance.
You’ve heard of pop art. Now, meet pop-able art. Balloons are taking off as a medium of expression worldwide (and in a variety of ways).
It’s Friday Freakout time, and we realize it has been a while since we showed you disturbing meat-art photographs. So, we’re thankful for Irish artist Sarah-Jane Lynagh and her wacky and disturbing images. Bon appetit! See em ducks? – Silence 2 M. R. Ducks – Silence 3 She calls this piece “As I live and [...]