Designer Greg Barth developed an effective technique for his installation for Chromatic 2015 at La cite Mode et Design, in Paris. First he froze the action of swinging a ping pong paddle, and broke it up into a series of objects hanging in space, then he brought the action to life using a projector mapped to each object.
Watch the video below.
Brooklyn-based artist Tara Donovan uses everyday objects like tape, straws, buttons, and cups to create large-scale installations and sculptures. Lots more images below.
These paintings by Judith Eisler are representations of film stills where real life abstractions, resulting from technological interference, take on a life of their own. The images create a loss of clarity while still allowing figurative aspects of the subjects to be derived by the viewer. To me, this gives these works of art a sense of motion that I thoroughly enjoy. Continue below to see even more.
Artist James Jean opened up the pre-sale on his new book XENOGRAPH yesterday and the art edition and box edition both immediately sold out. The first edition of the book is still available but will likely sell out as well. His previous book REBUS is one of my favourite books to look at so I had to order myself a copy of this one as well. If you wanna grab a copy jump over to James Jean’s store.