Wonderful drawings by Toronto-based artist Luke Painter, heavily influenced by his interest in historical trends in interior design and architecture. (Big thanks to Charles Bierk for the recommendation). Check out more of Painter’s work below!
One of my favourite video channels is the New York Times series Anatomy of a Scene, in which directors narrate a sequence of their film. In this episode director Alejandro G. Inarritu discusses making the viewers feel trapped. Watch it over on Booooooom TV.
When I look at the incredible work of artist Toshihiko Mitsuya I can’t help but be reminded of that kid with no money who made action figures out of twist ties. Mitsuya’s sculptures are created out of aluminum foil, not twist ties, but there’s the same sense of child-like wonder in his work. Lots of images below.
Hard to believe this is real life (especially the part at :45 seconds). Watch the video over on Booooooom TV.