Tim Noble and Sue Webster -> Shadow Sculptures

It’s astonishing that such a seemingly scattered mess of random objects, when precisely assembled, have the ability to throw such an accurate human silhouette. You absolutely must click through the link below to view these impressive works of art. (via thisismarvelous.com)

More images -> thisismarvelous.com

Visit -> timnobleandsuewebster.com

Jonathan Levine Gallery -> Delusional

Delusional: The Story of the Jonathan LeVine Gallery from weholden on Vimeo.

This is one book I’ll be excited to add to my reading list this Spring. Srsly, can’t wait to read it…

Notes from Vimeo:

“Widely revered as the “artists’ gallerist,” Jonathan LeVine has nourished a much needed alternative viewpoint within the stilted New York art market. […]

21 Helmets Art Show -> Portland, Oregon

21 artists come together to show off their amazing helmet designs at a Portland art gallery, all supported by classic motorcycle helmet company BELL. Love to see a company take notice and place a spotlight on their customer’s passions. Makes for an entertaining view.

Visit -> http://www.bellsports.com

Senseless Drawing BOT -> So Kanno + Takahiro Yamaguchi

Sometimes senseless, random scribbles on a wall can be a ‘thing of beauty’. Especially, when applied by a free-roaming gallery robot. Pretty amazing, would love to see it in person. Check out the video below.

Visit -> yang02.org

Visit -> kannoso.org

 

 

Unseen Photography -> Photo Fair

The super clean, well designed type design, promotional materials and web site for the Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam are a fine example of event branding. The Amsterdam based festival is a gathering of photography galleries displaying unseen works. Worth checking out.

Visit -> http://unseenamsterdam.com/

Art Project -> Powered by Google

Google’s Art Project allows us to: “explore museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels, and even create and share your own collection of masterpieces.” I really enjoy the clean interface that allows you to focus on the subject and not have to fumble around with the navigation. […]

Inspiration Source -> Custom Facebook Pages

Following a similar model to my long time favorite flash experience gallery FWA, this grid-based site called ‘Customfacebookpage.com’ surfaces and displays interactive experiences that are designed specifically for facebook. Often called hubs, group pages or sitelets the pages are designed to net the fish that travel daily through facebook waters and intended to act as […]

London Police -> L.A. Gallery Exhibition

The amazing urban artists known as ‘the London Police’ have an upcoming solo show opening on September 10th at the Carmichael Gallery in Los Angeles. If you’re lucky enough to live in L.A. or be traveling there, this show is definitely one to drop in on.

UPDATE -> here is a link to some photos from […]

Frank Plant -> Wire Drawings

I first took notice of Berlin based artist Frank Plant’s work the other day on Colectiva.com and was pretty intrigued by the amount of detail he is able to pull off considering his complex process. He starts with hand drawings of figures and then moves on to creating each figure with sheets of metal that […]

NYC Invader Exhibition -> “Rubikcubism” Preview

TOP 10 by extermitent

I suppose the best word to describe the above video -> “Rubikcubism“. This is a preview teaser video for the artist known as ‘Invader’ and his upcoming solo show called ‘Invader’s TOP 10’ (coming Later This Month To NYC’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery). ‘Invader’ creates images by assembling multiple Rubik’s Cubes together, very […]

DALEK in PARIS -> Magda Danysz Exhibition

Artist “Dalek” (James Marshall) creator of the now iconic “Space Monkey” is interviewed while in Paris at Magda Danysz gallery. He explains his work’s evolution, how it ties into tattoo art, reveals some of his production process and walks us through some of Mike GIANT’s work. Being a fan of his work for some time […]