The extremely talented and funny Andy Smith has an amazing show up at Soma Gallery in Bristol. I wish I could see it in person, but the internet will have to do. See more after the jump or on Andy’s blog.
Posts Tagged ‘painting’
Rod Luff’s work makes me want to burn my sketchbooks with fire. Some absolutely breathtaking work. If you are in the San Francisco area, make sure to check out this series – titled The Moleskine Project – while it’s still on exhibit at Spoke Art Gallery.
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These Japanese prints from the 1970s-80s are insane! Artist Sadamas Motonaga has been producing work for over half a century. The shapes and colors in his work are the key element that intrigues me.
Paulo Arraian‘s work is speaking to me. I can’t get enough of his style, it’s stunning in its boldness and complexity. I originally saw the pieces he did for Nike on ffffound and after further inspection I realized that Paulo was no one hit wonder. His entire body of work is on par with or better than his pieces for Nike. Much more to see after the jump…
I can’t get enough of photorealistic paintings. Especially paintings of americana. Karla Murray‘s Small American Towns series is based on photographs taken by other people, as many projects like this are. Regardless of inspiration though, I find them to be beautiful.
Let’s jump rope!
The internet, it’s open.
Not your typical Walgreen’s pharmacy.
It’s called the spoon prank, and it is hilarious.
Brine Icicles don’t mess around. They’re killer.
Would you ride a giant spoke-less ferris wheel?
Stop annoying your neighbors with these cheap soundproofing techniques.
One used time traveling DeLorean for sale. $600,000 OBO.
How good at Kerning are you? Why not test yourself?
It’s October, so why not celebrate with some Dia De Los Modernists posters?
While we’re talkin’ food, how about a pencil sharpener that dispenses parmesan pencil shavings? Yum!
Need to peel an entire head of garlic in under 10 seconds? Do it with two bowls.
This is the kinda Garden Gnome that lets people know you mean business.
Darth Vader blows some hot air.
You really need to be following Adam Garcia’s sketchbook blog.
That’s a really cool fountain. I want that in my yard.
Hey Portland! Cheat Local!
Marty McFly and Doc Brown have a backstory finally.
It’s the cartoon color wheel.
What if Charles Schulz wrote Jaws?
If there’s anything you learn from this, it’s that you shouldn’t get a discount taxidermist.
Not that you don’t already, but keep in mind that chain emails are bad.