#322

24/11/2011

Sculpture by Diego Figueroa

The artist argue that in order to entirely understand an artwork the beholder needs to reconstruct this empty space that there is between what has lead the artist to make this art and the proper representation of the artwork itself. It’s true!

This artwork also reminds me that the ideas that inhabit our mind are build up from many pieces of fragments of something else. Quiet deep thoughts, ahn?!  ;)

 

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#321

23/11/2011

Slow down your life today by looking into these dedicate paintings by Hildur Jónsson

 

Via: hildurjonsson.com

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#320

23/11/2011

Following my previous posts you can see how obsessed with pets I am.  I’ve fallen in love for these hybrid mythical sculptures creatures by Emily Valentine

Detail: they are made out of animal parts from roadkill and dead pests.

Via: emilyvalentine.com.au

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#319

21/11/2011

It’s winter time, it’s cold (at least in London), so Lets then eat cake painted by Paul Ferney ;)

 


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#317

17/11/2011

Photography In Abundance by Eric Kessels presents a million photos uploaded from Flickr, Facebook and Google in one single day of our lives.

Interesting to literally ‘see’ the the huge amount of visual information on a daily basis. This cool installation makes us to realize how much info we consume, share and produce on our digital activities.

Via Daily Mail

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#316

16/11/2011

Toilet Bowls Waterfall by the artist Shu Yong

This odd piece was presented during The festival of ceramics in Foshan, in South China’s Gunagdong Province. It’s exactly what it looks like: a 100 meters long and five meters height Toilet Seat Waterfall created out of 10,000 toilet accessories like toilets, sinks and other sanitary ware.

 

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#315

15/11/2011

Paintings by Jason Shawn Alexander

 


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#314

14/11/2011

Have you heard about Virtual Sculpture? It’s exactly what this work is about!

As the artist Kim Asendorf explains:  “Can’t see 3D is an automated virtual sculptor. Once an hour it grabs an URL from the database and uses the images from that page as source material for the sculptural process. Each sculpture exists just for a very short moment, and just in a virtual space…. This service is highly limited to 1 URL per hour. It will start on Monday, October 17th and will be totally disabled after 30 days.”

How cool! Check out all the outcomes here.



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#313

11/11/2011

Oil on wood by Leslie Wayne

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#311

09/11/2011

For those who love dogs like me!!

Photos by William Wegman


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