Brooklyn, NY based illustrator Austin Ansbro’s work is full of humor and playful energy with images of hotdogs falling like the Titanic and astronauts exploring the final frontier of Cacti.
New York based artist Seth Wulsin’s Ánimas project explores the interior dimensions of mind and soul in the embodied physicality of space. In Spanish the word anima means soul; its root ane means to breath. By layering different parts of the face on multiple screens that all align in space Seth creates portraits that are optically real, but tactically non-existent.
I sure do love these amazing sculptures of magical figures by Salão Coboi.
Lists are one of those things that just are, things few think to improve the experience of — ever-changing content with little change to the framework. With a simple layout and clean design, Tracks of the Year is a definite format upgrade. Billing itself as a “collection from those best-of lists, minus the reading,” it’s exactly what we want from a music best-of list: less words, more sounds. Each track was selected and illustrated by Montreal-based art director Michael Hagos.
Artist Federico Pietrella was born in Rome and now lives and works in Berlin. His work gives new meaning to the term… “time-based media,” using time and date stamps (you know, the kind from libraries) to compose his artwork. Check out a good sampling after the jump.
Yasamin Keshtkar’s work is about examining the role of painting through process, material, and the nature of the two dimensional image. Each painting is part of an effort to solidify these elements into an effective/legitimate result. Personal questions about what she is doing are carried from one painting to another, underscoring this foundational dichotomy between painting and reality that she is trying to represent.
The peculiar, the beautiful, and the unusual come together in the fashion photography of Salomé Vorfas.