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Julianne Ahn
Julianne Ahn

Love these unfunctional table ceramics by Object & Totem.
Comments (0) Art 16.05.2016
Still Standing
Still Standing

Enjoy these stills by Irish painter Conor Walton.
Comments (0) Art 29.02.2016
Ricardo Bofill

It's like falling in love again... Ricardo Bofill

Comments (0) Art 24.09.2014
Kris Kremo


Gravity is for loosers. Not for Kris Kremo.
Comments (0) Art 01.03.2014
Signers Koffer


This still is one of my favourite artists, Roman Signer.
Comments (1) Art 26.06.2013
Monsieur René Magritte
Comments (0) Art 23.04.2013
Nathalie Du Pasquier
Nathalie Du Pasquier

Paintings by Nathalie Du Pasquier.
Comments (0) Art 15.02.2013
Escape Vehicle No. 6


An oldie, but goody. Simon Faithfull's chair in space (2004)
Comments (0) Art 21.12.2012
Frank Stella
Frank Stella

Black Series II (1967)
Comments (0) Art 04.10.2012
Josef Albers
Josef Albers

Variant/Adobe (1948) by Josef Albers, oil on masonite
Comments (0) Art 12.06.2012
Ruth Asawa
Ruth Asawa

Ruth Asawa in her home with sculptures, 1954. Photo by Nat Farbman.

Ruth Asawa did these beautiful wire sculptures. She lived in San Francisco.
Comments (0) Art 18.03.2012
Andrea Heller
Andrea Heller

Schneegrenze (2011), watercolour on paper.

I just went to see an exhibition by Swiss artist Andrea Heller, it was surprisingly... good.
Comments (0) Art 25.01.2012
Jerry's Map


Via Rob.
Comments (0) Art 04.01.2012
Peter Kogler
Peter Kogler

Good work by Peter Kogler.
Comments (0) Art 24.11.2011
Daniel Arsham
Daniel Arsham

North America's Daniel Arsham makes ping pong balls clouds.
Comments (0) Art 11.07.2011
Janet Echelman


Janet Echelman uses real craft, new materials and engineering to create these huge wind sculptures.
Comments (0) Art 14.06.2011
The Masterpiece (or The Mysteries of the Horizon)
The Masterpiece (or The Mysteries of the Horizon)

Rene Magritte, 1955.
Comments (0) Art 06.06.2011
Paul Harrison and John Wood
Comments (0) Art 11.03.2011
Sea Hyun Lee
Sea Hyun Lee

Between Red-39, 2008. Oil painting by Seol's Sea Hyun Lee (born 1967).
Comments (0) Art 20.01.2011
Jung Yeon Min
Jung Yeon Min

Love the work of Jung Yeon Min, South Korean painter, born 1979 in Gwangju, lives and works in France now. Here is a nice collection of her work.
Comments (0) Art 17.12.2010
The Infinite Library
The Infinite Library

The Infinite Library is an ongoing project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda. It is primarily an expanding archive of books, each created out of pages of one or more found books and bound anew.
Comments (0) Art 26.10.2010
Robert Hughes


I couldn't agree more with Robert Hughes's comments about how money, fame and the media is transforming the art world. Make sure to see the whole movie.
Comments (0) Art 10.09.2010
Rufus Corporation
Rufus Corporation

The work of Rufus Corporation.
Comments (0) Art 07.09.2010
Olafur Elisasson


Olafur Elisasson (born 1967 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish-Icelandic artist. In 1995 he established Studio Olafur Eliasson in Berlin, a laboratory for spatial research.
Comments (0) Art 03.09.2010
Jan van der Veer
Jan van der Veer

Een lek in het zwijgen (boot, dekzijl, glas, continu geluid van een neuriënde man) and Boekenkast (bibliotheek met 60 m omgekeerde boeken) by Jan van der Veer.
Comments (0) Art 18.06.2010
Peter Root
Peter Root



Ephemicropolis by Peter Root. 100,000 staples, approx. floor area 600 x 300 cm. Stacks of staples were broken into varying sizes from full stacks about 12cm high down to single staples. These stacks were then stood up and arranged over a period of 40 hours.



An other project by Peter Root is called Digital Detritus: Part of an on-going series of virtual installations situated in Google Earth. Sound track created using recordings made on location in Istanbul.
Comments (0) Art 05.05.2010
Natalie Dionne
Natalie Dionne

The Maison en U in Montréal by Archidect Natalie Dionne wins the prize for Exellence in Archidecture.
Comments (0) Art 28.03.2010
John Powers
John Powers

John Powers is an artist based in New York doing sculptures. Like this one by thousands of anodized aluminum-plated Styrofoam blocks.
Comments (0) Art 14.02.2010
Jorge Lopez Navarrete


Jorge lets different people perform the same conversation over and over.
Comments (0) Art 01.02.2010
Uiui
Uiui

Gregor Kuschmirz and Moritz Schmidt developed this pixaresque bagging robot. Cute.
Comments (0) Art 01.02.2010
Travis Louie
Travis Louie

Wedding.

Like the art of Travis Louie.
Comments (0) Art 08.01.2010
Erwin Wurm
Erwin Wurm

This lovely single family home was placed on the MUMOK museum in Vienna by well-known Austrian artist Erwin Wurm.
Comments (0) Art 22.12.2009
Lernert Engelberts & Sander Plug


How to explain my parents is a nine episode documentary in which artists of abstract work explain to their parents where its all about. Sometimes it's actually good to use the parent test, if they don't get it you might have to think it over again.
Made by by the dutch ovens Lernert & Sander.
Comments (0) Art 24.11.2009
Ralf Bäcker
Ralf Bäcker

Was born 1977 in Germany and made this installation called The Conversation. It consists of 99 solenoides mounted in a circle. Together they carry three rubberbands in the center of the circle. Each magnet works autonomously and tries to adapt to the forces in the network. The aim of the system is to keep a balance of forces.
The concept is good, but even more beautiful is the machine it self.
Comments (0) Art 12.11.2009
Softlab
Softlab

This is nice. An object by made out of plywood, inspired by a video.
Comments (0) Art 28.10.2009
Zimoun & Pe Lang


The Switzerland based artists Zimoun and Pe Lang did a few wonderful pieces experimenting with sound waves.

Via today and tomorrow
Comments (0) Art 15.10.2009
John Stezaker
John Stezaker

Mask LXV (2007) by John Stezaker.
Comments (0) Art 08.06.2009
Black Whole Conference
Black Whole Conference

72 Chairs, 400cm in diameter, by Michel de Broin 2006.
Via anygivenname
Comments (1) Art 19.10.2008
Signers Koffer


Just recently talked about this, then seen on Swiss Miss: "Signers Koffer", by Roman Signer. For non-swiss people it might be a bit strange, but if you're Swiss, this is really heart-touching. The revolution against the old Swiss establishment and its values, done in a very precise Swiss way.
Comments (0) Art 21.07.2008
Dipping Duck Orchestra


Eight dipping ducks and their drinking glasses are wired up to the eight notes of a modified keyboard. Each time a duck tips down and touches the water to drink, the circuit is completed and a sound is produced. By Kitty Clarc via Vvork.
Comments (0) Art 20.07.2008
Tim Prentice
Tim Prentice

You have to see his work, absolutely beautiful.
Comments (0) Art 25.06.2008
Arthur Ganson


I was posting about this guy's work already earlier. Now I came across his talk at the TED conference, and his other work blew me again away. Just beautiful.
Comments (0) Art 11.06.2008
Yellow Chair


Another great post by the Fabrica blog.
Comments (0) Art 03.06.2008
Theo Jansen
Theo Jansen

Image by Loek van der Klis.

Theo Jansen, a Dutch Engineer, something like a hero of combining art and engineering. He came into the public's focus through a South African BMW commercial. After that, he has been invited to all major intellectual conferences, explaining his work.
And it's truly impressive. Using simple plastic tubes, he has been developing mobile kinetic constructions. Through using the principals of evolution, Theo Jansen was able to find the perfect proportions to allow his creations to walk, powered by wind only.
Comments (0) Art 26.01.2008
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