Blooming from Western E.U. culture centers London & Barcelona; Lobulo Design is as high-class & meticulous as they come. With highly precise manipulation of scalpels and substrates, the outfit churns out masterpieces in the craft of Paper-art. ‘The making of’ video (from Lobulo Design’s Vimeo account) for the Darth Vader Idol piece gives some insight into the process and hyper-accuracy of Lobulo’s slicing. The Don Quixote totem triplet of the skull on bottom, the Don central, and the horse on […]
HAPPY EQUINOX!!!! The sun is making its way into the Northern Hemisphere summer and the days are getting longer!!! In honor of this spring and astral holiday here are some awesome photo-documents done pictures by Charles Freger that were recently featured on New York Times LENS. Hope you get up to some Pagan rituals of some sort yourselves! SPRING SPIRITS!
While we’re on the topic of ‘Tight Pants’ and fashion hilarity, we should view some of modern day’s high fashion and consider how outrageous it is. There are few things more evil in this world than high fashion, Dick Cheney being one of them. Maybe at some point I’ll attempt a simple Photoshop job with Dick Cheney in some of this high fashion garb (maybe the smiling picture Eric gave me ;} ). FASHION BASHIN’ !!
Seemingly from a cheesy low-production glitch, the work of Adam Ferris is in a state of wonderful digital disarray. Taking images of universal scenes and morphing them in a pixelated way, his images are thought provoking and intriguing. ASTRAL CATASTROPHE. disarray
Exploring new materials and mediums is what the evolution of art depends on. Klari Reis is one such artist / scientist that is blazing trails with her experimentation with plastic-epoxy polymer. Tinting the polymer herself and using petri dishes as a substrate, Reis manipulates the epoxy into delightfully abstract small scale works that make viewers question what in the hell is going on. DON’T WORRY, IT’S NOT A SUPER VIRUS!
Massive Attack, a trip-hop group based out of England, somewhere along the line did a slight re-edit of William DeVaughn’s “Be Thankful For What You’ve Got” to great effect. With just the right amount of scratching and drum beats added, this song is a BEAUT. DIAMOND IN THE BACK, SUNROOF TOP, DIGGIN’ THE SCENE WITH A GANGSTER LEAN!!
David Turconi was an Italian Film historian who set out to collect as many bits from early cinema as he possibly could. Many of the clippings from the late 1800’s / early 1900’s have been decomposing and have morphed into a new art form of abstract intrigue. Here is some background text from the project’s site : “The collection consists of 23,491 clippings in total (usually two to three frames each). The vast majority of the frames cover the early […]