These Speech Bubble Mini Dishes by Martha Rich make me so happy.
OMG! I want to ride EJ Hill’s Bubblegum Pink Roller Coaster Through a Mass MoCA Gallery. Says the woman who doesn’t like roller coasters.
Whoa! The RGB Colorspace Atlas by New York-based artist Tauba Auerbach is a massive tome containing digital offset prints of every variation of RGB color possible.
From Kino Lorber Films comes a documentary on the Swedish abstract painter, Hilma af Klint. Not familiar with Hilma’s work? Read this.
(via Open Culture)
This is by far the weirdest website I have come across in a while. Delightfully weird! Click through to see why.
That feeling when you see an object so beautiful, yet so simple, it makes you gasp? Yep, Laura Fischer’s Rock Objects did that to me last weekend.
Happy to see 20×200 is still a thing. Love that they made art buying affordable. A few pieces that caught my eye. (Each piece is linked)
I appreciate Ariel Adkins and her Instagram account. So simple. So delightful. I am into it.
What a joy to see a simple line drawing/sketch by someone as renowned as: Albrecht Dürer.
I chuckled upon discovering these colorful patches by Macon & Lesquoy at the tradeshow this last weekend.
Doris Mitsch’s Locked Down Looking Up series is pure delight. It started as a series of images made over time from a fixed point—outside her front door—during the San Francisco Bay Area’s lockdown to slow the spread of Covid-19. Multiple shots were combined to show the flight trails of birds, insects, and bats. While most everything in her life came to a standstill, up in the air, there was still a lot going on. Later, when she started to be able to move around a little more, she began to explore other locations. Click through here to see these images larger.