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Huge Table and Chairs by Robert Therrien

Miscellaneous 19 May 2016 0 Comments

Huge Table and Chairs by Robert Therrien

Robert Therrien is an American sculptor based out of Los Angeles, California.   He attended the University of Southern California, where he earned an MFA.  Some of his installations are very large versions of ordinary things, like the example below.  This sculpture of an enormous table and set of chairs is meant to examine the viewer’s […]

This Land by Natalie Fletcher

Miscellaneous 12 April 2016 0 Comments

This Land by Natalie Fletcher

Natalie Fletcher has a very interesting job… she paints bodies.  The About Natalie section of her website indicates that: A young Natalie realized, around the age of 5, that drawing was a lot more interesting than Math class, and so it started.  Around the age of 15 she discovered paint.  Little did she know her […]

Milking Out by Flying Mouse

Miscellaneous 27 April 2015 0 Comments

Milking Out by Flying Mouse

When I started this blog a few years ago, I was in need of some sort of header, or masthead, for the site design.  At the time, I was working on a project with a talented t-shirt designer from Malaysia and asked him if he could come up with anything for me.  Thankfully, he did!  […]

Fritz Müller Perlwein

Miscellaneous 6 April 2015 0 Comments

Fritz Müller Perlwein

Fritz Müller Perlwein is a German sparkling wine made by Jürgen Hofmann.  Their unique packaging and labels use horizontal black and white stripes, and this poster uses offsetting black and white stripes a “phantom” bottle of their product.  No bottle exists here, but you certainly cannot help but to see it. The original label and […]

DIRIMART Gallery Installation by Peter Kogler

Miscellaneous 12 March 2015 1 Comment

DIRIMART Gallery Installation by Peter Kogler

Peter Kogler decorated the walls, floor and ceiling of this section of the DIRIMART Gallery in Istanbul, Turkey in 2011.  The carefully drawn lines give the impression that the entire room is somehow warped and distorted creating an uneasy feeling for anyone entering this corridor. This photograph was taken by Atelier Kogler. (via Peter Kogler)

The Cover Up by Erik Johansson

Miscellaneous 26 February 2015 0 Comments

The Cover Up by Erik Johansson

Erik Johansson is an expert at using Adobe Photoshop to take real photographs and turn them into something magical.  The man on the ladder in the photograph below appears to not like the dark and dismal view of the landscape in the background.  So what does he do?  Well… instead of complaining about it, he […]

Comix Face

Miscellaneous,Video 5 February 2015 2 Comments

Comix Face

This striking photograph from Alexander Khokhlov’s “2D or not 2D” series looks like it could be an illustration of a woman in a comic book.  Surprisingly, it is an actual model (her name is Ekaterina Ashikhmina) with her face and hair painted by make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan.  This photographic series was selected as one of […]