07.09.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Jeff Soto


Our friend, California-based artist Jeff Soto offers new interpretations of his iconic characters in “The Sotofish Society”. Check out more images from his latest exhibit below and at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC starting September 10th!

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07.09.16 by Jeff

Mike Winkelmann Has Created a New Artwork Every Day for 3,416 Consecutive Days (Nearly 10 Years)


Artist Mike Winkelmann, perhaps better known as Beeple, has been making a piece of art every day (from start to finish) for the past 3,416 days! That’s nearly ten years of consecutive days spent being creative! His motion work has garnered him a slew of Vimeo Staff picks, and artists like Flying Lotus, Skrillex, Amon Tobin, and many others have used his live visuals in their shows. I’ve seen so much of his work floating around the net but had no idea it was all being created by one guy.

Have a look below at a bunch more of his “Everydays” as he calls them, and then do yourself a favour and check out his videos on Vimeo.

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06.09.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Fabian Oefner


An experimental series of photographs exploring the simple yet magical phenomenon of iridescence by Switzerland-based artist Fabian Oefner. Captured after adding small drops of oil onto the surface of a black, water-filled reservoir, more images from “Oil Spill” below.

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06.09.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Ben Bauchau


Drawings by artist Benjamin Bauchau. More images below.

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06.09.16 by Staff

Unique Musical Inventions by Artist Koka Nikoladze


Norway-based artist, composer and technology developer Koka Nikoladze creates intricate contraptions that produce different kinds of musical beats and sound effects. Check out his video demonstrations of the “Stepper Miniature” and “Beat Machine No. 2” below!

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05.09.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Juan Travieso


A selection of work by Miami and New York-based artist Juan Travieso. More images below.

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03.09.16 by Staff

Elaborate Artwork Made From Hand-Cut Lettering Copied From Found Notes


Playing with the relationship between public art and private correspondence, Oakland-based artist Annie Vought’s labyrinth-like patterns of hand-cut letters are based on actual pieces of writing she’s stumbled upon. If you look closely enough she even adheres to the penmanship, word choice and spelling of the original authors. More images below!

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02.09.16 by Staff

Artist Wilfred Wood Captures the ‘Beauties and Oddities’ of the Rio Olympics


London-based artist Wilfrid Wood teams up with It’s Nice That for a series of expressive plasticine sculptures. Focusing less on the achievements and more on the unique characters the games brought to our attention, the off-beat project is the perfect way to commemorate the 2016 Olympics! See the series of sculptures below.

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