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Heike Weber’s Permanent Marker Installations Cover Everything!

 

Heike Weber‘s installations transform a space in a surprisingly simple (albeit painstaking) medium.  Her installations are actually drawn directly on the floor, walls, and ceiling of these locations.  The surface is first primed in acrylic paint and patiently drawn over in permanent marker.The drawings are highly detailed abstract line-forms.  Each endless series of waves nearly seem to undulate around the room.  At other times, the installations resemble an enormous and fantastic topographical map projected directly onto the space.

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Bigert & Bergström

Bigert & Bergström are Swedish artists who have been collaborating on installation and video work since 1990.  They twist photographs into spheres lit from the inside, creating galaxies of glowing globe worlds.  Their work is on display in the coming months in Sweden and Germany.

Check out their website for more works as well as after the jump.

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Jim Gaylord opens tonight @ Gregory Lind

Jim Gaylord will be exhibiting new work at Gregory Lind gallery, opening Sat. Feb 5th and running til March 14th. Building on his past work as a filmmaker, Gaylord’s work cultivates and abstracts imagery from special effects and action sequences in the movies. With titles like “Study (Braveheart + Jackass: the Movie + Cloverfield + Last of the Mohicans + Home Alone 2), 2009,” Gaylord reveals the humor behind popular culture through the lens of movies.

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Errors In Production

 

 

 

 

Errors In Production is an ongoing collection of a variety of products with individual manufacturing errors compiled by Berlin based Heike Bollig.  These products range from a simple upside down beer bottle label to a marble that is squished into an asymmetrical sphere that will never have the joy of rolling straight. Although Heike actively seeks out these objects friends and sales clerks pass them on as well. Have you found your own error of production? Contact Heike and contribute to the archive! (via strange attractor)

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Daniel Aristizába’s Surreal Dream-Like Digital Pop Art

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Daniel Aristizábal is a graphic designer and illustrator who creates incredible digital works of art that are surreal and transport the viewers to a topsy-turvy Rube Goldberg-esque world. His Huevos series is playfully inspired by Dali’s “Eggs on the Plate without the Plate,” showing colorful variations on the common egg. 

In some of Aristizabal’s work, the 3D elements pop out, almost like digital sculptures. Other works, such as his “Glitched Cubism” piece, utilizes the 2D GIF format to play with the dimensions and perspective of cubism. In an interview with Instagram, he says that his work is a “retro, colorful, geometric bonanza.” His art seems to draw on a palette that is by turns neon and sherbet but always whimsical.
Aristizabal continues to say:
 
“My main sources of inspiration are random thoughts that pop in my mind, like memories of dreams and places that I used to imagine when I was a child. I think the term ‘pop surrealism’ works well for me. My work is full of simplicity and organic shapes. It is nostalgic in its essence.”
 

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Somebody’s printing up a storm. Smell it? Hot prints, fresh out of the oven. Mmm. My moms prints used to taste like this.

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Whimsical Colorful Artwork Created Out Of Gifs, Intagram videos, Foil, Chewing Gum And More!

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Ibon Mainar uses visual multimedia to create whimsical and colorful work. Whether he is creating gifs, torn cardboard designs, Instagram videos, video projections onto foil and tinsel, or sculpting gum and popcorn, Mainar’s aesthetic is contemporary and playful. His interjections into Edward Hopper’s paintings create a curious juxtaposition of modern and contemporary aesthetics. With simplicity and humor, Mainar develops a visual language across various media that feels novel and universal. Mainar lives in San Sebastian, Spain.

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David Mascha

David Mascha’s got some great typography and digital illustration work on his portfolio site.

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