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Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Spanish street artist Pejac (previously) just stopped by Istanbul where he painted three new trompe-l’œil pieces in the district of Uskudar titled Lock, Poster and Shutters.
Galleries come in all sizes, even in a really, really tiny scale. Swedish graphic designer and illustrator Henrik Franklin has created an installation that’s something you’d be more likely to see in a dollhouse than anywhere else.
Tom Fruin made his solo debut at Mike Weiss Gallery with quilts made of drug baggies. 11 years later, his sculptures maintain reference to that mosaic, but have taken on a different form as colourful plexiglass architecture.
Maternity photography is a beautiful way to capture this unique period of time in parents’ lives, and the variety of tools and ways to approach it seems endless.
“This is how the world was to me when I was young,” says Toronto-based photographer Thomas Dagg of his series Star Wars, an arresting homage to his own childhood.
Scene from Andrew Jeffrey Wright’s Bananazz comic strip This weekend, Twitter raged over an investigative article that wondered why a documentary film on Jeff Koons wasn’t included in the artist’s Whitney retrospective.
Stanley Lewis, “Study for Big Painting” (2013), oil on masonite, 10 1/4 x 14 inches (All images Courtesy of Betty Cuningham Gallery).
Kerry James Marshall just opened a new exhibit, Look See, at David Zwirner in London, which "examines notions of observing, witnessing and exhibiting."
Installed earlier this month on the western coastline of New Providence in Nassau, Bahamas, “Ocean Atlas,” is the lastest underwater sculpture by artist Jason deCaires Taylor (previously), known for his pioneering effort to build submerged sculpture parks in oceans around the world.
Noah Fram-Schwartz Greenwich, Connecticut, USA Jumping Spider Eyes Reflected Light 20X Mr. Jens H. Petersen MycoKey Ebeltoft, Denmark Anagallis arvensis (scarlet pimpernel) Macroscopy 80X Dr.
“Erbgericht”, photos by Andrea Gruetzner. More below. View the whole post: Andrea Gruetzner over on BOOOOOOOM!
Jim Hodges' exhibit, Give More Than You Take, at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles is definitely worth a visit.
Photos by Dortmund, Germany-based Sebastian Forkarth. More below. View the whole post: Sebastian Forkarth over on BOOOOOOOM!
Figure showing primary occupation self-reported by those with undergraduate degrees in the arts. (image via Arts Report Back, BFAMFAPhD, 2014, p.
“Raised by Rats”, photos by Carlos Jaramillo. More below. View the whole post: Carlos Jaramillo over on BOOOOOOOM!
These bizarre bipedal terrariums were designed by Matteo Cibic, “a multi-threat creative director for architecture, design and ad brands.” The Milan-based designer’s DOMSAI terrariums let plants stand tall on their own two legs, some of which are even covered in colorful socks.
Vandals ran wild this weekend, tagging the walls at a Jeff Koons exhibit and deflating Paul McCarthy's butt plug sculpture.
Leos Ng Okita is a digital artist / illustrator situated on the tiny island of Singapore. His client list includes names like Applibot, Games-Workshop, Legend of 5 Rings, Privateer Press or Sony Online Entertainment.
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In a world that is increasingly urban-focused, photographer Ricardo Cases documents the niche experience of city-dwellers traveling to the countryside for a holiday full of “real” rural living.