Wednesday, 26 August 2009
Tuesday, 25 August 2009
The concept of the installation is based on a single idea // The Garden // a walk through nature, while the plastic plumbing pipe tree grows into the store. The idea is a plastic tree which has grown over time and has covered the stores ceiling and walls with its branches.
Pics Here: http://www.yatzer.com/1848_nature_factory_by_makoto_tanijiri_of_suppose_design_office
Labels: Retail Design
Friday, 21 August 2009
Thursday, 13 August 2009
Wednesday, 12 August 2009
Monday, 10 August 2009
Friday, 7 August 2009
the exhibition features some sixty-nine artists from the last one hundred years, each working in very different ways, but all incorporating collage in its various forms into their practice. Historical figures including Marcel Duchamp, Joseph Cornell, Robert Motherwell, Ben Nicholson, Jacques Villeglé and Andy Warhol hang alongside contemporary practitioners such as Nora Aslan, John Evans, Ion Birladeanu, Nayland Blake, Ansuya Blom, Brice Brown, Jay Cloth, Dan Coombs, India Evans, Gilbert and George, Marcus Harvey, Susan Hiller, John Jodzio, Don Joint, Chantal Joffe, Grayson Perry, Maritta Tapanainen and Mark Wagner. For some, collage is an elemental driver in their methodology, but for others it is incidental or experimental, and has been included because it pushes at the edge of what it is that we accept the technique to be.
for more info see here
Nollywood is said to be the third largest film industry in the world, releasing onto the home video market approximately 1 000 movies each year.
Such abundance is possible since films are realized in conditions that would make most of the western independent directors cringe. Movies are produced and marketed in the space of a week: low cost equipment, very basic scripts, actors cast the day of the shooting, “real life” locations. Despite the improvised production process, they continue to fascinate audiences.
See the rest here: http://www.pieterhugo.com/selected-work/nollywood/nollywoodescort.jpg/
Thursday, 6 August 2009
These photo's are by Frederic Chaubin, the Cambodian born French-Spanish editor of Citizen K magazine. They are taken from a show, entitled “CCCP: Cosmic Communist Constructions Photographed”, focused on Chaubin’s fascination with the sort of futurist architecture that came out of Soviet Russia’s Cold-War era.
Wednesday, 5 August 2009
Two things i absolutely love: helicopters and long exposure photos. So I'm bound to love these beutiful pics from LIFE Magazine in 1949. 'Slinky' like light pattern in the blackness of moonlight sky produced by a time exposure of the light tipped rotor blades of a grounded helicopter as it takes off into the dark sky.
Seen at butdoesitfloat
The BMW Art Car was conceived in 1975, the year that French auctioneer and racecar driver Herve Poulain first entered 24 Hours of Le Mans. Searching for a link between art and motorsport, Poulain asked his friend, noted artist Alexander Calder, to commission a rolling canvas on the BMW 3.0 CSL that he would race. In the years that followed, this unique combination of motorsport and BMW design fascinated the famous artists of our time. Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol have all turned BMW racing cars into Art Cars.
More Here: http://www.cartype.com/pages/345/bmw_art_cars