“Malla Horizontal” a New Work by Jorge Pomar in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jorge Pomar was formed in the early 2000s between graffiti and rave culture. He is co-founder of the publishing house Bucle, La Baranda gallery, Hogar parties and founder of...
7 days ago - Street Art News
Shantell Martin's Signature Lines Grace a Meditative Limited-Edition Candle Collection
Photo by Eli Schmidt. All images courtesy of Shantell Martin, shared with permission The ever-optimistic artist Shantell Martin brings her meditative, joyful line drawings to a...
7 days ago - Colossal
Linda Lopez's Playful Ceramic ‘Dust Furries' Pick Up Detritus Like Pebbles and Peas in Their Colorful Coats
All images © Linda Nguyen Lopez, shared with permission Bending and swishing as if poised to wiggle right out of the room, Linda Nguyen Lopez 's playful ceramic sculptures just...
10 days ago - Colossal
Evoking Organic Growth, Toru Kurokawa's Ceramic Sculptures Stretch and Swell into Abstract Forms
“Visceral vision.” All images © Tour Kurokawa, shared with permission The natural growth process, which begins with the replication of a single cell and eventually produces...
13 days ago - Colossal
Ann Weber Elevates Discarded Cardboard Boxes and Staples to New Heights in Billowing Sculptures
“You Don't Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows” (2020), cardboard, staples, and polyurethane, 101 x 44 x 20 inches. Photo by Ray Carofano Exemplifying the...
18 days ago - Colossal
“I Want to Get Down to the Roots of Things”: Interview with Kim Utzon
Ankarspelet. Image Courtesy of Kim Utzon Arkitekter Kim Utzon started his small architectural practice, Kim Utzon Arkitekter, in Copenhagen in 1987, choosing to work primarily...
20 days ago - Arch Daily
New Blog Series on Color, Part 2: Yellow
View in browser Yellows from Gamblin Artists Colors As a plein air painter, I use yellow often-but very little of it "right out of the tube." Unless I'm painting brilliant...
22 days ago - Michael Chesley Johnson
Why are Scale Models So Appealing?
Prime Seafood Palace / Omar Gandhi Architect. Image Courtesy of Omar Gandhi Architect Ambitious and diverse, models are representative tools non-exclusive to architects...
1 month ago - Arch Daily
Mossy Figures Wander Through Woodlands and City Streets in Kim Simonsson's Flocked Ceramic Sculptures
“Mossgirl with Feathers” (2016), ceramics, nylon fiber, epoxy resin, feathers, and rope. All images © Kim Simonsson, shared with permission. Photos by Jefunne Gimpel Some of...
1 month ago - Colossal
Vibrant Coral Expresses of the Power of Nature in Courtney Mattison's Whirling Wall Relief
“Gyre I” (2022), glazed stoneware and porcelain, 75 x 75 x 11 inches. Photography by Daniel Jackson for Brandywine Museum of Art. All images © Courtney Mattison, shared with...
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The Poetic Face: Rayanne H
Pastel Portrait of Poet, Rayanne H.
Contemporary Botanical Painting “FOREST GIFT” by Florida Contemporary Artist...
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MADness 65- The Hunger Games!
If Monday's seem like a bleak and barren wasteland of tedium seeming to stretch ahead forever, then this post fits right in! It's time for another dystopian dive into the...
TBD Office / Aaaaaa
Thủ Đức, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Hiroyuki Oki Area: 240.0 m2
Boobun Pocket Café / CUP.Scale Studio
CUP.Scale Studio Location: Nakhon Sawan, Mueang Nakhon Sawan District, Nakhon Sawan, Thailand Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Chamaiphorn Lamaiphan & Santi Aramwibul Area: 40.0 m2
A Lot of Cars: 1942
July 1942. "Detroit, Michigan. Looking down on a parking lot from the rear of the Fisher Building." Photo by Arthur Siegel for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.
"Along the Shoreline" by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley
“Along the Shoreline” ©2023 Niki Gulley14" x 18” textured oil painting on canvas Early on a fall morning the sun breaks softly through leafy branches and casts early autumn's...
Cindy Williams, Star of ‘Laverne & Shirley,' Dies at 75
The show, in which Williams and Penny Marshall played roommates who worked in a Milwaukee brewery, was a spinoff of ‘Happy Days' and became a staple of 1970s television.
Barrett Strong, Whose ‘Money' Helped Launch Motown, Dies at 81
As a singer he was a one-hit wonder. But teaming with Norman Whitfield, he wrote a string of hits for others, including “I Heard It Through the Grapevine.”
Prosecutors in Chicago Will Drop Abuse Charges Against R. Kelly
The musician is already facing decades in prison after being convicted of federal charges, prompting the Cook County state's attorney to halt her case.