Tuesday, August 31, 2010


So unbelievably stunning...

Wilderness Downtown.

Chris Milk has created an interactive video, The Wilderness Downtown, that uses Google Maps technology to coordinate the video with where you live. While the video is going about a million mini screens pop up and disappear while the Arcade Fire's 'We Used to Wait' is playing. It's not perfect, but worth trying out.

Fabian Seiz.

Fabian Seiz is an Austrian artist based in Vienna (my dream destination, sigh) who uses found objects to create his sculptures. My particular favorites are these two typographic ones.


Forestbound uses found and salvaged materials to create their one of a kind utilitarian tote bags. Totally in love with these!

Ky Anderson.

A few of my favorite paintings by Ky Anderson. Her work is on display at Dolphin in Kansas City until September 4th!

Monday, August 30, 2010

Romain Lenancker.

Some of the amazing paper creations by French Art/Set Director Romain Lenancker. Simply stunning work...

Laura Belém.

Laura Belém's installation for Liverpool's 2010 Biennial, entitled 'The Temple of a Thousand Bells' is located inside the Oratory beside Liverpool Cathedral in St. James Cemetery. The work consists of a thousand hand-blown glass bells and an accompanying polyphonic soundtrack. The installation will be up until September 17th!

Music Monday. Week 3.

Sonia Ri.

A few of the works of Russian illustrator Sonia Ri. Most of her subjects are full of female basis paired with soft pastel colors.

Song Dong.

The installation is the work of Chinese artist Song Dong, in which he exposes the contents of his mother's home acquired over 50 years, "during which the concept of wu jin qi yong, or “waste not,” was a prerequisite for survival.” Waste Not” is Dong’s first solo museum show in the U.S.

Joshua Scott.

New York based photographer, Joshua Scott, created a collection inspired by the Marc Jacobs perfume 'Lola'. It must be some perfume for this sort of treatment!

Thomas Dabner.

Look what I found this morning? A reminder of all the troubling times I endured with the printers of my life! I think this is a pretty nice idea, but it's also frustrating to look at. Too many late nights in the Fishbowl!

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Karen O'Leary.

Here are some of the most intricate paper-cut designs I have ever seen. Hand cut maps from cities all over the U.S. by Karen O'Leary - Is she insane??? Talk about conquering the x-acto!

Mark Bradford.

Mark Bradford takes found objects from the street, mostly the neighborhood he lives in in South Central Los Angeles and creates some of the most beautiful wall-sized collage murals.

Beaver Street Reprise.

Beaver Street Reprise home in San Francisco consisting of 4-stories all devoted to an element of living: park-live-work-play. Why didn't I think of that?

Alfa Romeo 8C.

Okay, I'll be completely honest, I don't know a thing about cars other then what I think looks cool and what's comfortable. And this looks cool and comfortable and way out of my league. So if there are any car junkies reading this, here is a once in a lifetime treat from me, enjoy!