Happy to announce that is Friday again and as usual I got a rock solid top 10 list for you to explore.
Hope You Like.
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Kevin Cyr was born in Edmundston, NB, Canada, in 1976 and grew up in the paper mill town of Madawaska, Maine. Cyr received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. His work has been included in numerous group exhibitions both nationally and internationally and also featured in New American Paintings.
He has always been interested in the industrial landscape and vehicles that have defined America. For the past couple of years, Cyr's work has been focused on vehicles he has encountered on the streets of his neighborhood as well as places he has traveled within the US and abroad. While the car remains an iconic status symbol in contemporary culture, Cyr finds beauty in derelict and unkempt vehicles, in particular, those often associated with working-class society.
Check out more work by Kevin HERE
Mark Khaisman, a native of Kiev, Ukraine, is now living in Philadelphia area. He holds masters degree in architecture from Moscow State Academy of Architecture (1981), the leading Russian architectural school. Since his student’s years Mark was occupied with conceptual art and architecture. He participated in conceptual architecture exhibitions in Milan, Frankfurt-on-Main, and Paris and was featured in various international publications, including “Architectural Design” London, 1989. He took part in a number of national and international art shows while living in Russia. Mark worked as an architect, an art director in seven animation films, and a stained glass designer. In 2005 Mark’s fine art works were featured in Fleisher Ollman Gallery and was called “the remarkable and unlike anything I have ever seen” by Edith Newhall in Philadelphia Inquirer Review.
Check out More of Mark's tape art HERE
Join Runar for some odd goings-on in the new video for 'This Must Be It' courtesy of Filip and Andreas Nilsson. The single is out on November 2nd.
Think this is the third time Andrea Nilsson been on this blog, so guess he is one of my favourite directors at the moment.
Check out more of Andreas HERE
(Cheers to Kendal Kendrick for passing on this video)
Patrick Hoelck’s photography resonates because his darkness does not hide, pervert, destroy, or malign. Instead, it emboldens, signifies, nurtures, resurrects an individual for who they are: sexuality and celebrity status are consequential of being human—of being a man or woman, actor or actress, singer or musician, model or cult personality; glamour and attitude are consequential of one’s pride and self-respect.
See more work by Patrick Hoelck HERE
Light: Art work commissioned by Mr Lance Clark for the Clark Shoes Art collection. It is the first phase of two, of the art work situated in the communal court yard in the heart of Clark office building.
The installation itself was developed from a single observation - light is only seen when reflected. A light beam coming through a window is only visible because light is reflected in the millions of dust particles floating in the air.
Check out more work by Roso HERE
ALEX Trochut's illustrations, designs and typography take the modern notion of minimalism and flip it on its side. Trochut's work philosophy is "More is more." It is rich with elegant, brilliantly detailed executions that simultaneously convey indulgence and careful, restrained control. Trochut is driven by a desire to constantly evolve which can be seen in his eclectic body of work.
RENOWNED for his technically exquisite type creations and designs, Trochut attributes his special connection with typography to his grandfather Joan Trochut - a typographer and the creator of a modular typographic and ornament system built in the 40s. Alex Trochut's client's include Nike, The Rolling Stones, Nixon, British Airways, Coca-Cola, The Guardian, Non Format, Wieden + Kennedy, Saatchi and Saatchi, BBH, Fallon, and Beuatiful Decay.
TROCHUT is based in Barcelona.
Check out more work by Alex HERE
How do you keep track of what’s happening online at all times? Simple. You create widgets that do it for you. With the new Nokia N97 you can stay online as it happens at all times. To show this, we created a site that let’s you create your own widgets.
Check out Farfar's new site for Nokia HERE
Check out Farfar's new site for Nokia HERE