We Go to the Gallery is a hilarious parody book created by artist and comedy writer Miriam Elia, - The book pokes fun at the art world using the visual language of the classic Ladybird books - Thanks to @Shaunwoods for the shout.
We’ve just updated our design store Editions of 100 with some new prints - Ace / Quartz / Berg - Produced using opaque metallic silver and matt black inks these limited editions prints are available at www.editionsof100.com
If you love street art then you’ll have to visit the Howard Griffin Gallery in Shoreditch - The gallery is hosting a solo exhibition by prominent street muralist Phlegm - Like his other work the exhibition (called ‘The Bestiary’) provides a complete sense of magical escapism whilst juxtaposed in an everyday context. Thanks to Nick Towers for the shout and images.
Nice New York cinemagraphs by Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg. Via @AA13
Dejan Dukic - Storage Painting Nr.14, 200 cm x 169 cm, Wood, Canvas, Acryl, Fluid Pigment and Oil, 2012
(Source: nodoer, via wowgreat)
Walking into a gif
Found these amazing 1950s vacation postcards from the United States - love the saturated colours and poses
Love these Escheresque studies by Evan Robarts of three dimensional forms rendered in vibrant colour - very nice indeed
Cube no.1-5, 2011
Marker, gloss medium on paper
24” x 36”
Beautifully delicate floating sculptures by Japanese artist Yasuaki Onishi - These suspended inverse mountainscapes are fabricated forms created using plastic sheeting and hot-glue which has been dyed black - the process of creating this beautiful installation has been captured here (thanks to Kirsten Macdonald for the shout)
Two worlds collide
Really like this / subtle shape, colour and texture - beautiful
(Source: hagiharatakuya, via escapismtothemaximum)
Everything is possible. The impossible just takes longer.
Dan Brown, Digital Fortress (via observando)
(Source: jamiederooij, via weird-oh---spit)
Robert Hooke’s ‘Micrographia’ : or, ‘Some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses. With observations and inquiries thereupon.’
Printed by J. Martyn and J. Allestry, London, England (1665)
Amazingly intricate biological studies
(Source: nlm.nih.gov, via magictransistor)
Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.
George Bernard Shaw (via observando)