12.07.15 by Staff

Tomás Saraceno’s Air-Balloon Made out of Thousands of Plastic Bags


“Becoming Aerosolar” by Argentinian artist, Tomás Saraceno, is currently on view at the 21er Haus art museum in Vienna through August 30th. The installation is basically a giant plastic bag made up of thousands of recycled plastic bags that floats into the sky, air-balloon style, when heated by the sun. Like much of Saraceno’s work, this piece draws attention to human ingenuity as well as our ability to impact the environment and atmosphere that surrounds us. More images below!

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10.07.15 by Zach Tutor

Artist Spotlight: Jennybird Alcantara


Lovely anthropomorphic paintings by Jennybird Alcantara that encompass a beautiful dream world full of surprises.  You can see more of the wonderful work below.

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09.07.15 by Kimi Hamada

Artist Spotlight: Mike Lee


More great stuff by New York-based artist Mike Lee! Lee’s latest series is on display at Giant Robot’s GR gallery in Los Angeles until July 25th. Images below.

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09.07.15 by Jeff

Tokujin Yoshioka’s Tornado: 2 Million Straws


Tokujin Yoshioka’s first solo-exhibition in Kyushu features “Tornado”, an installation created using more than 2 million transparent straws, which sprawls across the entire gallery enveloping his other works. See more images below!

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09.07.15 by Staff

Jeff McMillan: Prigus


Here’s an entertaining series of drawings and paintings by artist Jeff McMillan in honour of the first professional Prigus Sport League. The works depict the origins of the Prigus game, as well as the players, equipment, and memorabilia. The little twist is that the sport doesn’t actually exist. More images below.

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08.07.15 by Staff

Mark McCloud: “Take It Acid Is”


“Take It Acid Is” is on display at FIFTY24SF Gallery this month. The show features the largest collection of acid blotter paper in the world, all created or obtained by artist Mark McCloud over a 50 year period. More images below!
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08.07.15 by Kimi Hamada

Philip Ob Rey’s “V” HS Project


Iceland-based multimedia artist, Philip Ob Rey, uses discarded VHS tapes to create haunting creatures that wander frozen landscapes. See more images from Ob Rey’s “V” HS Project below.

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07.07.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Michael Schall


Graphite drawings by Brooklyn, New York-based artist Michael Schall. More images below.

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