Month: April 2015
Getting the Job Done
Geometric Tattoos By Dr. Woo
Art of Riding
Heavy Weight Design
Stripping it Down
Street Artist ROA Invites the Public to Play With Animals in New Chelsea Exhibit.
Pearl Close Up
Cut & Layered
Louise Brookes Portrait
Man ‘O’ Type
Richard Burlet http://www.askart.com
More cloud power:
Some New Words
Star Wars Posters
Todays Viewing in Old Cases
That’s the era French artist Julien Knez pays homage to in his Timeless VHS series. For fun, Knez mocked up a bunch of posters featuring today’s hit shows and movies—like Breaking Bad, Interstellar, Gravity—as if they were actually the jackets for VHS tapes. Knez created them all on Photoshop by modeling them after after VHS cases from the era. They’re incredibly convincing.
40 Years to Tell
The Brown sisters have been photographed every year since 1975. The latest image in the series is published here for the first time.
Read NICHOLAS NIXON’s article on NYTimes>
Soho of Old
Although, not a lot has changed really.
Lighting up the Dark
Capturting the Giraffe
Face of a Mural
Green Lantern Becomes a Trekkie
The ‘Star Trek’ crew will meet Green Lantern in comic-book crossover. Not sure how I feel about this, feels like a line has been crossed.
Read Josh Dickey’s article on Mashable>
By Samuli Heimonen.
By Korean Artist Jihyun Park.
Hobbiton is Real
The 12th Annual Smithsonian Photo Contest Winners.
To Dream of Cities
When Animals Dream
The first trailer for the Danish film “When Animals Dream” (Når dyrene drømmer) from director Jonas Alexander Arnby, starring Sonia Suhl, Lars Mikkelsen and Sonja Richter.
The trailer is in Danish language and with English subtitles.
Bill Plympton’s ‘Cheatin’ Animated Trailer
Eric Kohn writes on Indiewire: ‘It’s early, but still fair to assume that Bill Plympton’s “Cheatin'” delivers more innovation and entertainment than any other animated feature set to be released in 2015.
More on Bill in Joe Berkowitz’s article on ‘Bill Plympton’s Guide To Telling Animated Stories’.
Read his article on Fast Co Create>
Dance the Light Fantastic
Too Hard to Keep
The images were from an ongoing project by Chicago-based artist Jason Lazarus, wherein he asks people to send him pictures that have such powerful emotional connections they can no longer stand to keep them, hence the project’s name, Too Hard to Keep (THTK).
Read Matthew Leifheit’s interview on Vice>
See more great shots of owls on Earth Porm>