32 seconds of symmetrical bliss courtesy of 2veinte. Watch the full video after the jump.
Exquisite photography of the bizarre, funny, and grotesque by London based design studio The Operators.
The slick and shiny paintings by Kasia Domanska of dreamy summertime beach fun makes me want to play hookie and run off to Malibu for the day.
I have a soft side for artists and designers who emerge from the punk rock/DIY scene. It’s probably because I grew up going to punk shows, making zines, and not fitting in with my own boring suburban surroundings . So when I opened my inbox and saw the work of Wasted Rita I immediately was drawn into her world of teen angst and brutal honesty. It reminded me of the same energy my friends and I had when we first started Beautiful/Decay. Thanks for keeping the dream alive Rita!
Evan DeSpelder’s paintings are an exploration of the formal and conceptual possibilities of the digitally mediated painting.Using painting as a vehicle to fundamentally question the way our realities are constructed, Evan’s work is an expression of modern ambivalence, a representation of the world in which we live, where truth and the human mind are malleable, manipulated, and history is leveled by an unprecedented access to information.
Kotama Bouabane’s melting word series says everything you’re thinking in you’re head but are afraid to say out loud with the help of some water and a bit of cold air.
I’ve never met Jill Sylvia but I know that she must be a very patient individual to make such meticulous work. Using found ledger papers Jill cuts geometric patterns into the papers grid lines creating delicately powerful geometric abstractions that fall somewhere between the lines of drawings and sculptures.