Desire Obtain Cherish : Drugs, Fame, and Art

//Desire Obtain Cherish : Drugs, Fame, and Art// The Bonfire of the Vanities. LA-based artist Desire Obtain Cherish (DOC), aka Jonathan Paul was born in 1975 in Salinas, California. Between engagement and provocation, subversion and (auto) derision, satire and sarcasm, Desire Obtain Cherish castigates through our society through a multifaceted and rebellious work that showcases our darkest our... Lire la suite →

Psychedelic and Colorful Candy Installations By Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

Psychedelic and Colorful Candy Installations By Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz Australian artist Tanya Schultz, who works under the pseudonym Pip & Pop, creates immersive art installations using sweet materials such as candy and sugar. In addition to incorporating edible ingredients into her work, Schultz also uses everyday craft materials and found objects to create her... Lire la suite →

“Donut Rush” Jae Yong Kim’s Ceramic Donut Installation

 “Donut Rush” Jae Yong Kim's Ceramic Donut Installation South Korean artist Jae Yong Kim creates incredibly realistic donuts using clay, glitter, paint and swarovski crystals. “The faux desserts present a glossy perfection in their paint application, yet contain an irregularity in shape to trick the eye into believing they might be an edible treat. Kim chooses... Lire la suite →

Humorous Street Signs Placed Around Sydney by Michael Pederson

 Humorous Street Signs Placed Around Sydney by Michael Pederson Visitors and residents might get a little more than they bargained for if they go out and explore Sydney's parks and suburban areas thanks to artist Michael Pederson who enjoys nothing more than placing humorous and thought provoking signs that blend into their surroundings. We're so used to... Lire la suite →

Mesmerising Light Installations By JamesTurrell

Mesmerising Light Installations By JamesTurrell At Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg James Turrell is an American artist widely known for his explorations of light and space. “He began his career back in the 1960′s in California at a time when the Light and Space group of artists in Los Angeles was coming into prominence. Here’s a short description... Lire la suite →

LIGHT is TIME: The Golden Rain Installation by Citizen

 Light is Time : The Golden Rain Installation by Citizen 65,000 Watch Base-Plates Create A Magical Installation In Tokyo For more info: Renowned Japanese watch manufacturer CITIZEN recently unveiled a stunning installation called  Light is Time  at Milan Design Week. Displayed in the Triennale di Milano exhibition hall, the spectacular installation consists of 80,000 main... Lire la suite →

Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow

Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow On Facebook / Snow Art Gallery Simon Beck  creates enormous works of snow art that look like giant wintry crop circles just by walking amidst white mountaintops and cozy ski lodges. Believe it or not, the immense snow patterns are made entirely by foot—Beck... Lire la suite →

Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto

  Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto constructs intricate labyrinths, entire mountains made of salt. Salt has always held special significance in the death rituals of Japan, and following the sudden death of his younger sister, Yamamoto channelled his grief into his maze-like installations. His works are largely improvised,... Lire la suite →

Wim Delvoye – Gothic Works

   Wim Delvoye -Gothic Chapel Series Wim Delvoye is a Belgian neo-conceptual artist known for his inventive and often shocking projects. Much of his work is focused on the body. He repeatedly links the attractive with the repulsive, creating work that holds within it inherent contradictions- one does not know whether to stare, be seduced,... Lire la suite →

Andy Goldsworthy’s Ice and Snow Ephemeral Sculptures

    Andy Goldsworthy’s Ice and Snow Ephemeral Sculptures Although most of America (currently enduring one of the worst winter cold snaps in nearly two decades) would like to ignore this fact in for favor of bundled layers and heated blankets, sometimes even the dire cold, snow and ice can provide the tools and inspiration... Lire la suite →

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