, originally uploaded by aikithereska. Check out the collection of awesome photos taken with pinhole cameras on flickr.
Libeskind (Hamilton Wing of Denver Art Museum), originally uploaded to flickr by George In Denver. Libeskind (Hamilton Wing of Denver Art Museum)
AWP 2010 Dusie Pussipo Stonecoast Femiganza Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 Location: at Packing House Center for the Arts, 835 E. 50th Ave. Denver, CO 80216 map Time: 7:00PM-10:00PM Cost: FREE! Everybody welcome! Website: http://controlgroupproductions.org/ Featuring: Bronwen Tate, Ann Bogle, Jennifer Karmin, Marthe Reed, Annie Finch, Amy King, Cara Benson, Mackenzie Carignan, Danielle Pafunda, Deborah Poe,Continue reading “Dusie Pussipo Stonecoast Femiganza”
National Poetry Month begins tomorrow, April 1st, 2010. At Writers in the Schools (WITS) we send out an email with a child’s poem every day for the month. Find out about that and other poetry offerings here. If you are truly brave and want to WRITE a poem a day this April, consider participating inContinue reading “A Poem a Day”
What if artists were asked to make chess sets that were art, i.e. original and expressive. What might happen is this: Check out this story on DesignBoom that explores this proposition. My favorite chess sets are the ones by Rachel Whiteread and Barbara Kruger. If you’re in Milan, you can see them all!
New work by Jacob Ouillette will be shown at Dean Project in Long Island City, New York from March 4th – May 8th, 2010. (via MocoLoco)
Check out this collection of photographs by Vlad Artazov, a project in the portraiture of nails….cool. (via SprayBlog)
Or perhaps, winter for minimalists. Minimal winter, originally uploaded to flickr by mark.os.
Snagged this story from the amazing Wooster Collective blog: Matt W Moore’s Crystals & Lasers exhibition is currently on view at the Since Gallery (211 rue Saint-Maur. Paris, France).
Happy Valentine’s Day, Dear Readers! Note: Each month Smashing Magazine shares a whole bunch of free desktop wallpapers to inspire creativity throughout the year. This one is designed by Davide Vicariotto from Italy.
Charles Clay makes paper into something very otherly. (via Illusion 360)
Tomorrow is Pearl’s 100th day of school, a big holiday in Kindergarten, I am realizing. She wrote a 100 word poem for the 100 Museum, and I’m going to do one too, although it won’t get to be in any museum. If you’d like join us–and I hope you will–please leave a link in theContinue reading “Open 100: The 100 Word Poem”
banksy/, originally uploaded by dannclick. Some days just can’t get rolling without a little Banksy.
slow fields blink past orchard in fall the stream moves clear slow moves in fields blink past stream fall the clear orchard slow fall moves fields blink clear past stream in the orchard orchard slow fall past moves in blink clear fields the stream fall moves clear past slow stream in fields the orchard blink the slow blink past stream clear in fall fields orchard moves pastContinue reading “Orchard in Fall by Nate Pritts”
Once again Delirious Hem brought us a marvel a day with their annual advent calendar. It is alive with pleasures. One of my very favorites is “New Year Second” by Kaia Sand. It was hard to make a choice; the whole project is a marvel.