Posts tagged Art
Posts tagged Art
Thread installation work of Gabriel Dawe
I want to play those like a harp.
GILDED BLACK EDITION PRINT GIVEAWAY AND PRINT SALE!
This is the 1st signed print of my Iron Man piece, “Gilded” (Black Edition). I’d like to give it to one of you. Just reblog/like the image and I’ll select a winner at random on Monday, then ship it out (worldwide) right after. (You can also enter on facebook)
Also, most of my prints will be 25%-50% off during that time. Sherlock, Gilded Loki, Ron Swanson, Inspector Spacetime, Kanye, Eaten, Expecto Patronum, Dwight Schrute, etc. that were $120 for XL prints are now $60, $100 for Large are now $50, $60 Mediums are now $40, and Smalls that were $40 are now $30 and so on.
LET ME OWN YOU.
This awesome chair might be comfy, but don’t expect any privacy while you’re sitting on it. Then again, perhaps the ideal person to sit on this chair is someone who enjoys being watched… closely watched.
Upholstered in red velvet that folds into eyelids over hundreds of unblinking plastic eyes, the chair was created by Australian artist/designer Fiona Roberts who named it Scopophilia, which means the “love of looking.”
Thanks to all of those peering peepers, Fiona Roberts has created a piece of furniture that, although named after the love of looking, might just inspire the very antithesis of its namesake: Scopophobia, the fear of being looked at.
Fiona Roberts describes her design:
“A chair is designed to fit, comfort and support the body, but the Scopophilia chair no longer possesses some of these functions, although from a distance it appears to offer them, alternately, the form of the chair is reminiscent of an open-armed hug that invites the viewer into its ‘caress’.”
A chair that caresses you with its myriad eyes. If that’s not creepy, we don’t know what is.
Great, now my fucking furniture can judge me too.
Alexander Korzer Robinson’s awesome book sculptures are made by working through a book, page by page, cutting around some of the illustrations while removing others. The images seen in the finished work, are left standing in their original place.
“Before Alexander begins to work on a new piece certain boundaries are predetermined through the literature in which he uses. Through his process he aims to transform the meaning of this preexisting material. The encyclopaedia becomes a window into an alternate world, much like lived reality becomes its alternate in remembered experience. These books, having been stripped of their utilitarian value by the passage of time, regain new purpose. They are no longer tools to learn about the world, but rather Alexander sees them as a means to gain insight into our memory process.”
Now I just need them to dance, and tell me stories and then i won’t need to READ ANYMORE.
Top 50 Modern Comic Artists - 50 More! - Fiona Staples
I love her artwork in Saga.
Hey Jon Snow, why are you so sad?
"My hair is going to be a mess. Why do I even get out of bed in the morning?"
"I think your hair looks nice."
"Shut up Sam."
Muppet King Arthur
Cool Music Video
Wire meshes start out as wrappings around cars, motorcycles, bicycles, and other familiar objects. When 3D mesh is finished, Shi Jindian carefully removes or destroys the object, leaving only its metal shadow.
RIP LITTLE GUY.
Ilya Repin, Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan (detail)
As much as I love my confused look of confusion icon, I felt I needed a change.
The picture was taken by my friend Chris Bacarella.
And they’re good!
The Moogles have taken over the Final Fantasy realm in Michael Mayne’s new Moogle Mirage series. Prints will be on sale this weekend at SugoiCon in Ft. Mitchell, KY. Browse through each individual piece here.
Related Rampage: Triforce of the Gods
This brings back all the memories.
ALL OF THEM.
OH GOD, AERIS.
Flying bears with laser beam eyes! Aside from its obvious awesomeness, we aren’t sure what this painting is all about or who created it. Some think it might be an illustration for an RPG from the 1990s called The World of Synnibarr. What do you think?
James, there is no where you can hide.