Belfast-born, Brooklyn-based artist Oliver Jeffers combines classical landscape and seascape paintings with technical measurements in a beautiful series. More images from Measuring Land and Sea below. Also, check out video of Jeffers discussing his wonderful Dipped Painting project over at Booooooom TV if you haven’t already!
Brooklyn-based photographer Maciek Jasik creates surreal in-camera effects while shooting wildflowers in the Death Valley desert in California. More images below.
Known for staging large-scale, site-specific architectural interventions around the world, Brooklyn-based artist Ian Strange’s latest sees him in Poland, wrapping a 600 square-metre residential building entirely in gold wallpaper.
Titled “ZŁOTY” after the Polish term for “golden”, the project took over 3 weeks to complete. And while the wallpaper will gradually deteriorate over time, that’s part of the point as the piece is intended to reflect the local history of the area and the collapse of a once booming mining industry. See more images below.
Reinterpretations of Cringeworthy Couple Portraits by Graphic Designers Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree
Brooklyn-based graphic designers Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree poke fun at cliché couple portraits in an exaggerated (yet no less loving) series of collaborations. More images below!