“A meditation on green light – inspired by the dense horizon of lights found on the top of cityscapes. Specifically the red blinking lights for warning aircrafts which have always felt to me like some kind of living, breathing ecosystem. Continuing my fascination with geographies constructed or revealed by light during the night, I started thinking more about the “breathing” lights as rhythms.” – Gary Breslin
Enter the miniature world of Carole Epps. Sinister. Cute. Dark. Mysterious. Wabbits & Mickey Mouse. Seems like a fun and slightly scary world to live in. I wouldn’t mind staying for a while.
Attention: Toy Collectors with a bad case of paranoia – your delusions are real! Your toys really do lead a secret life when you’re not watching over them! The Secret Life of Toys is a collection of photographs that captures toys in their everyday life, when they’re not busy being played with. This particular series features Star Wars characters who have been hit hard by the recession. I hope the stimulus plan reaches the Death Star!
Rik Wielheesen is a new illustrator from Holland and is about to graduate from the Art Academy. His illustrations and sculptures are some of the coolest works seen in awhile.
Jason Levesque aka Stuntkid is having an upcoming show May 4th – May 29th at the Jfergeson Gallery in VA.
Usugrow first solo show titled, “Hasadhu in the night before a Storm,” kicked off this month in London.
Honest and inspiring work from California collaborative The Date Farmers. Artists Armando Lerma and Carlos Ramirez joined forces after meeting at an art gallery in 1998, and have been on a mission ever since. As American-born Chicanos, The Date Farmers poses unique perspectives on issues of race, wealth and cultural heritage, and much of their work examines the tenuous subject of social injustice, and the relationship between the have’s and the have nots around the world.