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Charley Harper’s Graphical Nature on View in »

Charley Harper’s Graphical Nature on View in Germany

My friend Michele Lott, who designed the mixing reality logo, introduced me to Charley Harper's iconic work.  An American modernist, Harper's influence on graphic design is profound.  Cincinnati-based,  Harper lived from August 4, 1922 - June 10, 2007, and maintained a studio there for over 40 years. Charley Harper said of his art : When [...]

Gitte Nygaard : Binchotan Jewelry Series – Been »

Gitte Nygaard : Binchotan Jewelry Series – Been There Done What

Go take a look at Gitte Nygaard's website to get a sense of her sweeping design ideas. She really has an expansive approach towards art and design, even ornament.  Her work with the concept of carbon as an element, caught our eye. She says so much, simply by utilizing this somber and sophisticated material : It’s rather thought [...]

Giles Revell’s Emphemeral Photographic Musings : »

Giles Revell’s Emphemeral Photographic Musings : Bubbles, Flora & Insects

Call it what you will, conceptual art, graphic design or photography, Giles Revell's gaze can rest on the ephemeral nature of things. According to him: Influenced by fine art and conceptualism, Giles Revell’s work is an ongoing exploration of the possibilities of graphic, ideas-based imagery and the different ways in which photographic [...]

Petrovsky & Ramone : Love, A Photo »

Petrovsky & Ramone : Love, A Photo

On a late Friday night, following the many threads that mix my reality, I see this image by Petrovsky & Ramone.  How I came upon it is another story, but my response was immediate : I must have it.  Love. via    

BGL’s Jeu en atelier or Game Workshop in »

BGL’s Jeu en atelier or Game Workshop in Reclaimed Wood

Feeling a little retro today. From Parisian Laundry, a piece by BGL from 1996 called Jeu en atelier, made of reclaimed wood. Ah, the good old days.

Daniel Hulsbergen Upcycles Two Traditions : Delft Blue »

Daniel Hulsbergen Upcycles Two Traditions : Delft Blue & Baskets

Daniel Hulsbergen is a young designer and artist we find interesting on a number of levels.  His work with patterns explores not only the beauty of well designed repetition, but seeks multi-leveled meaning in its existence. He asks us to look closely and see: Winning and losing, black and white, triumph and fear, hate and love. [...]

Michael Jackson’s Behind the Mask Mashup by Fans »

Michael Jackson’s Behind the Mask Mashup by Fans

Fans around the world created a tribute to the man behind the mask, Michael Jackson.   Just go get it, and feel the love. via Creativity

Evan Roth + The Barbarian Group = Mozilla Mark Up »

Evan Roth + The Barbarian Group = Mozilla Mark Up

Oh, the internet, the magic of graffiti mark up language (.gml), and the threat to free culture. The Barbarian Group, Mozilla (Firefox) and artist Evan Roth got together to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web.  Thus was born : Mark Up : At once both a beautifully visualized metaphor of everyone’s contributions to [...]

The Starn Twins’ Big Bambú Recycled for the »

The Starn Twins’ Big Bambú Recycled for the Venice Biennale

  Identical twins, Mike and Doug Starn rose to prominence in the 80's, when their large scale collaborations utilizing photography and scotch tape earned them a place among the art stars of New York. Their work, which has always dealt with transition and impermanence still resonates with themes of life, death, and fragility. The [...]

Kellisimone Waits ~ Fuse Gallery NYC »

Kellisimone Waits ~  Fuse Gallery NYC

I was so happy to hear Kellisimone Waits is debuting her first solo show in NYC!  Knowing her family, I would hear about "this little art gathering" for Kellisimone, in various little venues around Sonoma County when she first started showing her work around 2005.  She was always a bit shy at her openings and very humble about her talent, which [...]

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