Something from London… I read about this show on the Wooster Collective blog. Artists Al and Tim are making the transition from public space to gallery space this week. Read more about it here.
This is an ad for the Anagram Bookshop in Prague by kaspen. I found it on a great blog called word and image by Sigrid Jones.
Mosaico de ventanas en Muestra tu México Originally uploaded by Lucy Nieto a composition of photos by Lucy Nieto using Mosaic Maker on flickr
via http://www.deceptivemedia.co.uk This is new work by British photographer Andy Bell from his beyond-awesome photoblog, Deceptive Media. The location is called The Needles, and the cliffs are made of chalk.
Takashi Murakami’s next solo show opens in Paris on October 19. Could be a happy time. title = Cosmic Flowers
London in yellow. On White: Sunset by V A L E N C I A [Large] London in yellow.
In Paris, even the graffiti is swell! This simple dandelion by Ludo seems so perfect for this wall. With one deep breath…. [from Wooster Collective, of course]
In the beginning, it was graffiti. Then, light graffiti. But now, with the work of Light Art Performance Photography of Bremen, Germany, light graffiti has evolved into something new. Jan Wöllert and Jörg Miedza create these scenes and photograph them. Read the whole story in the Daily Mail. The LAPP site is incredible. HereContinue reading “Light Graffiti – The Third Dimension”
I found these photographs taken by mammaoca2008 on flickr. They document earth art done on the beach by people who may or may not be artists. You can become a part of the movement known as The World Beach too. Read more about it here.
How does this garden grow? Straight up! Botanist Patrick Blanc created this eight-story garden at the Athenaeum hotel in London. This living installation features 12,000 carefully selected plants and a custom irrigation system. See the full story here. (via wired)
Friday Fearing bronchitis I slept through the alarm and didn’t get out until 9:15. From the courtyard sparrows whistled on either side. The day felt complete, a little tiring even. A police officer propped against a red door frowned when my glance made him self-conscious. It turns out the building east of mine’s a correctionsContinue reading “from 60 Morning Walks by Andy Fitch”
The funnel wall at the Kunsthofpassage in Neustadt, Germany, changes rain into symphony. (via Make Magazine)
Banksy–lately he's everyone's favorite graffiti artist. I must admit, I love him too.
This month I'm featuring a number of my favorite Houston artists and art exhibits. These paintings are by Wendy Wagner. The first one is called "They're Always Watching," and the second is "Ice Island."
[via The Wooster Collective]