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Category Archives: Art Projects

Wondering Around

Hey there. I had funded this project through Kickstarter and am glad that it will be happening.

YK Love Forever

A and I finally got to see the Yayoi Kusama exhibition at the Whitney Museum yesterday. It was really great to get reacquainted with her work again since I’ve been such a fan for a long time. I also bought her autobiography Infinity Net (pictured above) which is already proving to be such an inspiring […]

the art of conversation

The art of conversation is an online exhibition of 20 design studios either based in London and Berlin showing their exchange of ideas and work. The participants include: Hort, Siggi Eggertson, and Multistorey.

Sign Painter the Movie

I’m excited for the upcoming documentary called the Sign Painter movie.

Esther Mahlangu

Esther Mahlangu (Born in 1935) is a South African artist. This strong traditional art of Esther Mahlangu amazed me and I found an interesting article about her and her art work: “In the tradition of the Ndebele,Esther  Mahlangu was taught how to paint by her grandmother and mother at the age of 10… Though grounded […]

Modernist Dollhouses

The NY Times came out with an article about charming modernist houses miniature size. There are times I would like be able to shrink my stuff to this size.

this is los angeles

This Los Angeles is having their first art opening tonight. It’s a group show that includes our friends Maya Hayuk and Florencio Zavala. Wish I could be there!

3-D illustrator

Sight Unseen has a nice post about Berlin-based 3-D illustrator Sarah Illenberger. She talks about her process and her use of tactile materials.

slash

If you live in New York, I highly recommend going to see the exhibition slash paper under the knife, which is up at MAD until April 2010. Above is some wonderful work by Béatrice Coron and the second one I’m not sure of. The love, care and fragility of these objects will leave you in awe.

origami fun

Want a little break from the computer? Found this link on different kinds of origami you can make (link found through DesignSponge).