Let Underware wrap you up in type! This pan-European design collective creates sophisticated, versatile font collections and delivers them with a hints of tounge-in-cheek (check out their blackletter titled Fakir!) This group exceeds the definition of type-designers by pursuing new venues for educating others about the fabulous world of fonts; you can listen in to their typeradio broadcasts and catch up on the latest and greatest from Underware’s ongoing type workshops from around the globe.
I love the work of Laura Splan. She uses a combined knowledge of biological sciences and fine art to re-invent patterns and forms created by the human body. Because her work is closely linked to the biology of the human condition, it evokes an inherent discomfort. For me, this is most prevalent in “Purse #1″, a delicate evening bag constructed with remnant facial peels from her breast.
C E R A S O L I gallery is pleased to present a pair of exhibitions by two artists producing graphically bold works that blur the distinctions between the natural and synthetic worlds: David O’Brien: ‘Explosions in a Mental Sky’ in Gallery One and Tofer Chin: ‘Double Dip’ in Gallery Two.
Opens March 14, 2009, and remains on view through April 15, 2009. Opening reception is Saturday, March 14, from 6 – 9pm.