Sunday, August 12, 2012
Currently digging these playful pieces from New York based artist, RAE. Photos are taken by Brooklynite Gallery from spots throughout Chicago. My favorite piece is the second one, which combines sculptural elements from recycled material. It is pretty much taking a modern day version of cubism into the streets. Great choice in colors and very poppy. However, the mural is such a great piece: the Chicago Cubs roller skates and the integration of the tree? Quite a witty piece.
Artist: RAE | Source: Vandalog
Friday, August 10, 2012
Looks like Lollapalooza was not the only one keeping busy preparing for the summer. While ROA participated in the creation of Lollapalooza's anniversary goodies (i.e. 2012 commemorative posters), his thirst for creative work did not end there. The excitement, just got bigger as soon as he surprised us with the wall he worked on discretely. He works at such a fast pace, yet the attention to details are not at all neglected. They are pretty intense and badass.
Keep it coming!
Artist: ROA | Source: Juxtapoz
Bringing it back old school. Came across a huge selection of J C Leyendecker's work on a Pinterest board that I follow.
Joseph Christian Leyendecker (1874-1951) was a prolific, master illustrator/artist of the American Golden Age. He is eminent for his presence in the media and lifestyle magazines of the period, summoning a 322 Saturday Evening Post covers.
His lovely depictions of sophisticated men and women has graced the lives of many enthusiasts and most importantly, artists from the next era such as Alice Cooper and Alex Ross to name a few.
Artist: J C Leyendecker
Monday, August 6, 2012
At the end, we are all helpless beings and we give in to the beauty of the wilderness. Litovsky's photographic series, Whiteout, is a reminder that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.
Artist: Dina Litovsky
Saturday, August 4, 2012
*Lee Zhuoquan, Two Headed Snake*
*Lee Sook Kyung, Translated Vase - The Moon*
*Philip Beesley, Sybil*
*Monika Grzymala, The River*
*Tiffany Singh, Knock on the Sky, Listen to The Sound*
*Li Hongbo, Ocean of Flowers*
*Peter Robinson, Snow Ball Blind Time*
*Lee Mingwei, The Mending Project*
*Pinaree Sanpitak, Anything Can Break*
For more information, visit Sydney Biennale 2012.
* Roxy Paine , Façade/Billboard , 2010 * WANÅS 2010 May 16 – October 31, 2010 OPENING TODAY Sunday, May 16 at 2 pm During 2010 the Wanås...
*Lee Zhuoquan, Two Headed Snake * *Lee Sook Kyung, Translated Vase - The Moon * *Philip Beesley, Sybil * *...
Bringing it back old school. Came across a huge selection of J C Leyendecker's work on a Pinterest board that I follow. ...
Artist: Francois-Marie Banier Represented by: Gagosian Gallery | Galerie Hussenot
Exploring the computer as a new medium of artistic expression, painter Jacqueline Portielje and Huub Schilte, an architect by traini...
Linder Sterling, born Linda Mulvey studied art at Manchester Polytechnic from 1974-1977. Linder is a radical feminist and well-known fig...
I thought I should include these pictures from my visit to the Park Avenue Armory during the opening week of Tom Sachs' "Space ...
The drooping nature of Onishi Yasuaki's installation somehow reminds me of the weeping willow tree. The heaviness and power of gravit...
Artist Chiharu Shiota teams up with Gego in a current exhibition up at Goff + Rosenthal New York. The complex web of thought, the interw...
A great collection of Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's fascinating collage work. A blend of appropriation and reconstruction. I have to hand it t...