Eric Hibit’s work has often been described as being a breed of “New American Folk Baroque.” Hibit has a strong understanding of color and texture and this is evident in his collection of hand made and found objects. His work can be seen at the Eric Hibit: Picture Cohesion exhibit located in Washington, DC at the Curator’s Office.
Looking at French photographer Alain Delorme’s Totems is almost surreal. It is so hard to believe that a single person can manage to carry all of these formations in such large quantities by themselves and only a bike. It is almost unbelievable. Photoshop or not, the atmosphere in which this is happening in comparison to the rest of the world is art in itself.
I met Tisch Abelow a couple months back, and whenever I’m around her I can’t help but feel inspired by her levelheaded, simple and straightforward attitude. I also continually seem to find myself in a state of deep transfixion, staring deeply into the center of her colorfully precise and exacting work. Tisch can draw and paint with the best, has collaborated with a ton of great artists, and has traveled all over this great country of ours. I recently caught up with this wonderfully talented lady and asked her about making art, living life and eating lunch in the big city and beyond.
Not only does he have the COOLEST name ever, but illustrator extraordinaire Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch also happens to be one of my favorite artists. I am so inspired by his work and so excited to be blogging about him. Check out his work after the jump!
The artist’s canvas is not just where the brush meets the surface. It is also a window into the artist’s mind. When viewing Lari Pittman’s work, the flashes of bright color and chaotic landscape of wild, yet calculated brush strokes, tantalize your eyes. You’re looking through the window of a genius. It always amazes me how people conceptualize abstract works such as this. Truly remarkable.
LCD Soundsystem reminds us that robots will one day take over the world. But don’t worry all the robots will want to do is party, dance, and make out. Phew! Crisis averted!
Thomas Allen has created an extremely enticing visual display of creativity via vintage pulp paper back cut outs. I love his work. You should check him out!