New work by photographer and sculpture artist Thomas Albdorf from Vienna, Austria (click here for previous posts). Inspired by the popularity of Yosemite National Park, “General View” explores the phenomenon of traveling to a place that’s been so highly photographed it feels like you’ve already been there. See more purposefully glitchy and blurred images below or on display at Deli Gallery in New York City until March 5th.
Pictoplasma is going to be in Berlin May 10-14th! Once again hosting a slew of inspirational lectures and workshops on contemporary character design and art with leading artists, illustrators, designers and filmmakers from around the world. While the complete lineup won’t be finalized until March, you can see a selection of the speakers and their work below!
The event will also feature wider festivities open to the public, including screenings of animations and exhibitions of original character work pushing the limits of traditional storytelling, animation and gaming.
Book your tickets here! We’ve also got a pair to give away. If you can get yourself to Berlin (or already live in the area) simply hit the “Read More” button below and leave a comment telling us which of the conference speakers you’d be most excited to see! We’ll pick two winners on February 24th!
We previously posted about Vancouver-based artist Mark Ollinger to draw attention to the sculptures he’d cleverly hidden around town and through different cities around the world (click here to check them out if you haven’t already).
Like so much of Ollinger’s work, his latest project really needs to be seen from every angle in order to be fully appreciated! Find more images of “Sine” as well as some of Ollinger’s other recent projects below.