Here’s a pretty fascinating little story of two men with cameras being in the same place at around the same time, over half a century ago. One of the men was Alfred Hitchcock.The story began over at the vintage photography blog Shorpy, where a mem…
Trouxas III (Alusivo ao Artur Barrio) / Óleo sobre Tela / 190 x 230 cm / 2013. One of the grotesque and hyper-realist paintings of Brazilian artist Fábio Magalhães.
Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation. Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art. See more below!
Yoshiro Yamashita (1986)
Chapter three has some of my favorite drawings from the second book. Contact me if you’d like to order a copy of book one! They’re ten dollars (plus shipping) via paypal!
Tughra (Official Signature) of Sultan Suleiman. Istanbul, Turkey. c. 1555-1560. Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.
The Camera in the Mirror by Mario M. Santamaría documents screenshots of the Google Art Project robot catching its eerie reflection in the mirror.
"It explores feminism, mind/body dualism, distraction portraiture, and the contrast between culture and sexuality. (It’s also just really fun to watch.)”
It combines bright, crisp sounds with sharp graphical elements to turn your keyboard into a “portable animation and sound kit.”
"I’m interested in movement, and I’m interested in staring."
Rafaël Rozendaal creates animated and interactive web art with simple, thought-provoking urls.