By Isaac Salazar
This is a stop motion video about the tale of a vacuum that cares for the house.
Yumiko Matsui, the papercraft artist extraordinaire who created the Neatobot papercraft, has new series of artwork inspired by New York City. My favorite is the Coney Island papercraft, which involves a fantastically intricate roller coaster: SOURCE
Nowhere Near Here' is a stop motion animation that uses a combination of light with stencils and long exposure photography to tell the story of a dog running around the city at night, doing whatever a dog does
"Age Maps" by Bobby Neel Adams. Two photographs of the same person, from different periods of time(child and adult) are spliced together. In this fusion a jump-of time is established at the tear. [nggallery id=29]
Inspired by a TED talk by Stefan Sagmeister we packed up a Canon 5D and travelled through South America, Europe, and New Zealand. Music by Max Richter.
Limited edition of 200 posters, screen printed with oil from the Gulf of Mexico disaster. The oil was picked up on the beaches of Grand Isle, Louisiana. The posters were printed at Purple Monkey Design in New Orleans, Louisiana. A project by Happiness Brussels, designed by Anthony Burrill. All benefits go to the non-profit organisation [...]
Shout out to my homie John Shotti.. Check out his latest work at the Cherry Cola Exhibit. New York, New York – October 25, 2010 – As Shotti looks down at three of his newly wrapped, custom framed, prints, he enters the darkening sidewalk straight towards the bright City lights, ambitiously awaiting his debut at [...]
Life-size monopoly house by An Te Liu. "An Te Liu is 1967 in Tainan, Taiwan to the world. Prior to his artistic career, he studied architecture and art history. Today he lives and works in Toronto, Canada. His installations and sculptures are concerned mostly with the themes of cleanness, safety and functionality. They are often [...]
This illusion uses the tape from cassette tapes to create an anamorphic image of a ghetto blaster. The top parts of the radio were the easiest to work on. All we had to do was spread the tape semi-evenly. When viewed from a low angle is basically looks like a solid piece. The closer we [...]