Tag Archive: ART
‘All of us engage in irrational behavior from time to time, and have no idea why we feel the way we do about certain things because we’ve forgotten the experience that makes those certain things resonate with in. but it really doesn’t matter
this is a collection of things created
sometimes things with friends.
none of it is real, but then again, none of it is fake .
the only way to do it is wrong. things to look at. things to buy. things to like + things to dislike. some insight on things you may be thinking about. maybe not. the idea is to think about it for yourself. & try to comprehend why you are here. at this website. on this device.
times have changed.
eat more candy’
Stan Gaz is a photographer and a sculptor from California. His work xplores themes of loss, memory, transition, and transformation. To see more of his work, you can visit his website here.
“The ways loss can be a transition-and the presence of memory has been a common thread throughout this work. Currently, I’m interested all the various forms that landscape can take, and, simply, it’s presence.” S.G. (more…)
We are very happy to have met Nico and Pip from Anothersidewalk Studio. They are super creative and talented. Check out their work and our interview with Nico Stinghe below, and definitely pay a visit to their cool website anothersidewalk.tv to find out more. (more…)
EAT YOUR ART FOR BREAKFAST
Hong-kong-based designer Marta Grossi’s project, Banana Graffiti customizes a banana every night that she will eat for breakfast the next morning. Also, you should know that all these photos have been taken by her using her iPhone 5.
Correction: The Neon God. And his own junkyard.
We’ve been obsessed with Chris Bracey‘s work for a while now. His neon signs are not just bright but blindingly brilliant. His slogans are genius; the way he decides to put them together is even more powerful. Recently Bracey moved to his new space in Walthamstow, because the old one was getting knocked down by the council. This old Victorian factory looks like a piece of heaven.
Meet Morgan, collage artist (all physical cut & tape) and musician in Bushwick/Brooklyn, NY.
Everyone has their own take on art. For some, the work should be very detailed, to prove that a lot of time was spent on it. For others, it is just a red square that makes you think and analyse further. For us, it could be anything that makes you want to look closer. For example, at other people’s lives and their emotions or the environment that surrounds them. What we absolutely love about Tristan Pigott’s paintings is that they kind of document “the now”. Today’s youth, today’s life, today’s mood. The painting look as if they could be some photographs on a blog or pages from a brand’s lookbook. They’re about what really is happening now. We love the use of known objects such as Ikea pillows and mirrors or magazines that we actually read NOW. The technique and colours are inspirational. These paintings build up a spirit, a culture.