Pinar Yolacan

p " I make the clothes the morning of the shoot, so the meat doesn't rot. In Bahia, I froze it beforehand, so it wouldn't get smelly, because it's really hot. It's quite domestic, really—I have to buy meat, clean up, sew. For this series, I got the fabrics in local markets, and the meat, too. I try to accentuate each woman's skin tone and expression with the clothes; I take Polaroids of them when I first meet them, then I work from those. " - Pinar Yolacan p

Gorge Coffee Table

p p p " Gorge is a coffee table with a shape of a gorge. Designing it, I strived to put it in a form so that elements composing of a table such as a top board and legs may become one element, not individual elements. The shape of a gorge folded in a V shape itself plays a structural role of supporting the top board of the table, and plays a role of holding/ keeping magazines or books as well as completing an aesthetic form of the table. " - Ramei Keum p

Eva Rothschild

p p p Eva Rothschild (born 1972) is an Irish artist based in London. Rothschild was born in Dublin, Ireland. Her work references the art movements of the 1960s and 1970s, such as Minimalism. She has used materials such as Plexiglas, leather and paper in her sculptural pieces and she also makes wall-based works and videos. In 2003 she selected EAST international with Toby Webster. Eva Rothschild is represented by Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London. via Wikipedia p

Therese Larsson

p p Therese Larsson creates some beautiful illustrations using the most popular graphics editing program... Photoshop. p

Little Wheel

little wheel Here's a nice little flash puzzle game called Little Wheel from oneclickdog. You're a robot whose task is to restore power in the main generator so the world can go about its business again. This is a tough game that took me about 25 minutes without the aid of the walkthrough. Have fun solving little wheel - Play here! little wheel2 little wheel3 little wheel4

Tea Shirts

teashirt1 Originality? Check. Play on words? Check. Absolutely brilliant? Check. Designer Soon Mo Kang came up with this creative concept for tea bags. Not only will the hanger keep your tea organized inside a mini-closet but if you twist the top of the hanger, you can let it rest on your mug. Nice.  - Via Yanko Design teashirt2 teashirt2

Jacqueline Humphries

p p p Jacqueline Humphries is an internationally reknowned painter. She was born 1960 in New Orleans, Lousiana; Lives and works in New York. p

Andreas Nicolas Fischer

p p Andreas Nicolas Fischer, born in Munich, Germany. He is a graduate of Joachim Sauter’s class at the University of the Arts Berlin. The artist lives and works in Berlin. p

Michael Dudeck

p p p " My vocation challenges the divide between human and animal, rational and emotional. It studies the intersections, where binaries bleed into one another. I work at a transdisciplinary level. I engage in migratory, nomadic procedures whereby I occupy ‘in-between’ spaces in pursuit of a turbulent vulnerability that offers the potential for transformation. My multiple works are contained within bodies : performances, videos, texts, sculptures drawings are different organs of a current body enduring dissection, constantly mutating cycles. I reveal my findings in a multitude of means. Simultaneous media hybrids exalt a fervent ambiguity. " - Michael Dudeck (photos via Pari Nadimi Gallery) p p

Ophrah Shemesh

p p ' Ophrah Shemesh's subjects are simultaneously submissive and empowered. She addresses notions of objectification, narcissism, and the male/female psychodynamic. Her figures appear with an ambiguously fixed stare ' never directed or confrontational, but always to a third party - or to oneself looking inward. These portraits could be considered eloquent depictions of either loneliness or independence. ' (via One Art World) p