Hungover stuffed animals at the carnival by Jack Griffin. Haha. Looove it! : )
Gerry Judah created a 32 metre-high sculpture for Audi at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex, England. Stunning!
Aurea is a stylish, ingeniously space saving dish rack. Aurea won the Maison & Objets and Elle DÃ©corâ€™s “les DÃ©couvertes” award and was first featured in “Elle Ã table” magazine before catching the editorsâ€™ eye at Wallpaper* and Dwell. Designer: Ernest Perera Add to cart.
Robert The <-- Born Carmel California, 1961. Studied philosophy and mathematics, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1979 - 1984. Institute of Lettering and Design, Chicago 1986-88. Began making book pieces in 1991. Currently lives in Kingston, New York.
Kate Bernauer is a photographic and video artist and cinematic designer who lives and works in Brisbane, Australia. Her work is embedded with implied narratives that are inspired by dreams, myths and tall stories.
Murat SÃ¼yÃ¼r is a conceptual artist/graphic designer based in Istanbul, Turkey. He’s got some nice work over there at Deviantart. Check it out!
‘ Xiaohui Liu works exclusively using the forms of painting and drawing. He has unwavering faith in the power of these styles. His artistic practice is grounded in a comprehensive art education that has run from his early days of school to his current MA study at CAFA, China’s top art institute. Xiaohui does not use stereotyped images of ‘Chinese contemporary art’ in his works. Instead they show his genuine feelings and shed a fresh light on contemporary China and the cultural differences that exist with the west. ‘ Thank you Mengzhuo for the email! Cheers!
‘ Beverly Kedziorâ€™s work displays the constructs of an invented space, as perceived through intensified and fictionalized colors. Her assembled and layered paintings include subtle references to structures from botanical and medical text books, as well as cartoons and advertising. Through a process of deconstruction and reinvention, the organic structures amass, combining and overlapping to become a place located within the realm of an imaginary inner landscape. In contrast to Serpickâ€™s soft/hard but somehow clean dichotomy, Kedziorâ€™s pieces are heavily worked. Her painting process is emphasized by the use of traditional and non-traditional tools and printing techniques. There are heavy impastos as well as crackled surfaces. Paint has been dragged, sprayed, splattered and applied with instruments, including rollers, trowels, scrapers, adhesive applicators and cake decorating tools among others. The final paintings create new atmospheres that are the hybrids of science, memory and pop culture. Kedzior studied at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago. ‘ (via Artnet)