Raised Fist

Raised Fist, by Børge Bredenbekk

Jon Burgerman

Watch Jon Burgerman’s talk and agree with me that he is a super talented illustrator with a lovely sense of humor. Lucky me, I get to bump into him in the hallways, as both of our workspaces are part of The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn. Also, his Tattly designs are my kids’ favorites!

Scented Herb Set by Tattly

Yesterday team Tattly launched these herb scented temporary tattoos by water color artist Vincent Jeannerot. A perfect gift for all my cooking obsessed friends.

Flower Collages

Beautiful flower paper collages by Holland based artist Anne ten Donkelaar.

Erase Your Own History

The only way to walk forward is to erase your own history, by Juan Arata. Beautiful.

Immersive, Completely Silent “Desert”

An immersive, completely silent “desert” has been installed at the Guggenheim. Can’t wait to experience this!

Nima Chaichi

These soft, layered photographs made me look. They are by Iranian born, NYC based photographer Nima Chaichi. What an eye!

Running Lady

This naked wooden running lady made me chuckle.

Hills Print

What a beautiful print.

Museum of Broken Relationships

When Croatian artists Olinka Vistina and Drazen Grubisic separated, their reluctance to part with the sentimental reminders of their fizzled love inspired them to open the Museum of Broken Relationships, so that the items could remain together.

Figure C

Figure C. Ink on Paper by Kyle Steed.

Muller Van Severen Trivets

I have never liked coasters trivets, until I saw these by Muller Van Severen. These coasters are like sculptures that adapt to a functional role and change in configuration and appearance with use. YES!

(via Ignant)

First Impressions

First Impressions by Javier Jaén.

Filling Spaces

As a visual person that loves piano music this photo this 3D render by graphic designer Frederico Picci made me look.

Art

“You can either think of art as a pipe that you shout down, or as a way to make something happen in the world.”
– Brian Eno

Blooming Sketchbooks

I just fell in love with Eva Magill-Oliver’s sketchbooks .

Forest of Numbers

This art piece, titled forest of numbers, by Emmanuelle Moureaux is stunning. If you’re in Tokyo, make sure to experience it at the National Art Center.

Kaleidoscope Glasses

Do you think these Kaleidoscope glasses will make everything better?

That Red Thing

A solid aluminum bar, painted a striking red-orange, and bearing the text “TO PLACE AMONG OTHER COLORS AND FORMS.” Made me look.

Dada

This got me very excited: Open Culture shared a link where you can Download All 8 Issues of Dada, the Arts Journal That Publicized the Avant-Garde Movement a Century Ago (1917-21)

Remember:

It’s Going To Be OK poster by Ladyfingers Letterpress. Also available as a card.

(I posted it before, but simply had to repost, you know why…)

Batsheva Dance Company

I just got back from enjoying a performance by the Batsheva Dance Company. What a beautiful experience!

I know absolutely *nothing* about contemporary dance and was sitting there with eyes wide open. I was intrigued. I was surprised. I was thrown off. So many feels. The above video is by the same ensemble but not what they performed tonight. If you have a chance to see them, please do.

Pancakes for Breakfast

Breakfast is ready. Photo by Alena Zhandarova.

Man Ray Revolving Doors handkerchief

Man Ray Revolving Doors handkerchief made by Third Drawer Down Studio using collage artworks created in New York from 1916-1917.