Ce photographe installé à Paris articule son travail autour des sites abandonnés qui ont perdu leur usage et leur fonctionnalité. Il photographie aussi bien leur architecture qu’un temps suspendu.
from Zeutch http://www.zeutch.com/photo/ilots-intemporels-thomas-jorion-34532
Illustration for The New York Times Book Review of Pure by Julianna Baggott.
Dystopian cheese flavouring crisps finger man has been busy dabbing the rocks. He is walking over to finish the rocks on the right mountain.
from Matthew Lyons http://matthew-lyons.com/2012/03/pure.html
Drawn Pink is a stunning forty-foot installation by Kansas City based artist Anne Lindberg, currently displayed at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha. The work is comprised of threads of Egyptian cotton held in place by staples. Over 23 miles of thread was used for the piece.
I am completely blown away by the subtle beauty of the colour balance. The object looks like a pink pencil drawing suspended in the air. People reportedly gasp upon seeing the work, which surprises me not one bit.
Check out the time lapse video of the installation. Drawn Pink is part of a group show, titled Placemakers, which will run at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts till March 31, 2012.
Drawn Pink is a post by Natalia Repolovsky on Minimalissimo.
from Minimalissimo http://minimalissimo.com/2012/03/drawn-pink/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Minimalissimo+%28Minimalissimo%29
German advertising agency Jung von Matt have created this refreshingly imaginative print campaign to advertise Lego. These charming and minimalist printed ads, although perhaps not entirely original, are interpretations of a selection of widely known cartoon characters, created using blocks of Lego. Refreshing because of its minimalism, which is seldom found with Lego pieces these days, and its appeal because Lego can be enjoyed as a child and as an adult.
Clever, engaging and fun. I’ll refrain from spoiling that fun though. Do you know who is who? I’m sure you do.
Imagine with Lego is a post by Carl MH Barenbrug on Minimalissimo.
from Minimalissimo http://minimalissimo.com/2012/03/imagine-with-lego/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Minimalissimo+%28Minimalissimo%29
18 x 24 inch Screen Print, Signed and Numbered Edition of 550. Limit 1 per person/household. $45
Release date: March 27, 2012 at two random times during the day (PST)
from OBEY GIANT http://obeygiant.com/prints/black-keys-live?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ObeyGiant+%28Obey+Giant%29
Justin Mezzell’s geometric illustrations are fantastic. His pieces of work that include architecture, have that warm, muted color scheme reflective of a mid-century modern vibe. Also if you look closely in this image, you can see two Eames Lounge Chairs by the window.
For more finds like this, follow Shelby on Twitter.
Comment On This Post (19) |
Tweet This Post | Add to
del.icio.us | Stumbleupon
Post tags: geometric
from ISO50 Blog – The Blog of Scott Hansen (Tycho / ISO50) http://blog.iso50.com/26814/geometric-illustration-by-justin-mezzell/