Black Hole Sun, originally uploaded by BrianKG.
Write to Noguchi 2
NYC Isamu Noguchi’s Cube 1000, originally uploaded to flickr by njsnowdog.
Write to Noguchi 1
Through the Looking Glass, originally uploaded to flickr by slackley.
Death by Kiting
Death by kiting, originally uploaded by nakedgremlin. I love this love this love this. Here are a few thoughts from the photographer, David Chien: I’m enveloped in Jacob Hashimoto’s Superabundant Atmosphere. The entire installation was made up of thousands of handmade kites hanging at different lengths from the ceiling. In person, the piece was incredibly… Continue reading Death by Kiting
This Posy Is For You–Street Art of Rio
[via The Wooster Collective]
Four Inderminate Lines Illuminated by Bernard Venet
Four Inderminate Lines Illuminated shows a sculpture currently at Hermann Park in Houston, was originally uploaded to flickr by wyojones.
Art Car Parade, Houston, Texas
ac 7039-7040 halo copy, originally uploaded by Cuong T Tran Photography. Great photo by Cuong T Tran of the annual art car parade.
the menil, originally uploaded by eschipul. Here’s another so-great photo by Ed Schipul. It’s The Menil Collection, an amazing art museum in Houston. Architecture by Renzo Piano.
AWP Denver, Anyone?
Libeskind (Hamilton Wing of Denver Art Museum), originally uploaded to flickr by George In Denver. Libeskind (Hamilton Wing of Denver Art Museum)
Sinuous alignment, originally uploaded by tanetahi (now busy with uni project).
Have a Happy
Spring Break Moleskine Monday. by Mariana Deloto via flickr
The Art of Chess
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!
Once Was Desert
This is land art in the desert created by Jim Denevan. It was done in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. Visit his site for more gorgeous work in landscape. Photo credit: Peter Hinson/Jim Denevan
Or perhaps, winter for minimalists. Minimal winter, originally uploaded to flickr by mark.os.
Reading Birds by Meghan Brinson
On the long drive across town, a sudden burst of black darts against the reddened horizon—later the blush of taillights in the thickening traffic— above your bed, a poster to remind you of home, the sand dunes that have grown dirty. Bright arrows of gulls move above the great fresh lake as though they spiral… Continue reading Reading Birds by Meghan Brinson