Michael Beitz’s sculptures take everyday ideas and turn them on their head. Dining Table (pictured above) is a great example of how a simple object can be transformed into a sculpture full of character and commentary on interpersonal relationships. Make sure to also check out his sculptural street art work after the jump.
Nancy Fouts seeks out varied objects that she marries poetically, to transform each one into a surprise version of itself. Make sure to see Nancy’s upcoming show at Pertwee Anderson & Gold in New York City in August.
Poetic and haunting neon installations by Meryl Pataky. The slight shift in color in the letters in the piece above is absolutely amazing.
It’s refreshing to see fashion photography that doesn’t look like your run of the mill fashion editorial. Bela Borsodi’s massive portfolio is full of playful and experimental photographs that walk the fine line between design, fashion, and art.
Jered Specher’s layered abstractions.
I love these minimal fast food prints by illustrator Dale Edwin Murray. His minimal grid based examination of fast food makes me want to buy a print and a super sized order of fries all at once!