Monthly Archives: March 2014

Breathtaking Artworks by Jonathan Day

Bach In Heaven Raised in Alaska, Jonathan Day is a presently over-educated wild man with white beard, full-time artist. All his artworks are full of life and magical colours, soothing and dreamlike. “My art is about some of the things that make … Continue reading

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The Uncomfortable by kkstudio

KK decided to create and design for all the wrong reasons. Vindictive and nasty? Or a helpful study of everyday objects? The goal is to re- design useful objects making them uncomfortable but usable and maintain the semiotics of the … Continue reading

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Time Lapse of Slow Marine Animal Movement by Daniel Stoupin

Filmmaker Daniel Stoupin presents his last amazing work: – “Slow” marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time … Continue reading

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Alchemy by DZO Olivier

The medieval alchemy is a theme that leads us to think differently. Art is a kind of alchemy that invites to mix different ingredients, cross different styles, utilize our various skills and tools, constantly renew our achievements … Making new with … Continue reading

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Poem of the Day: Erasing Amyloo by Russell Edson

A father with a huge eraser erases his daughter. When he finishes there’s only a red smudge on the wall. His wife says, where is Amyloo? She’s a mistake, I erased her. What about all her lovely things? asks his … Continue reading

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Screw:) by Studio Yumakano

The Screw:) is more than just an ordinary screw, it is a product that can bring a smile. “This is a collaborative project with Komuro Seisakusho, a screw factory in East Osaka, Japan. Ever since its invention, the screw hasn’t changed … Continue reading

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Surreal Paintings by Fuco Ueda

Japanese artist Fuco Ueda is renowned for her surreal narrative paintings of slight girls surrounded by all manner of lush hyper-colored flora and fauna. Her first solo exhibition is Kioku No Hana – Flower of Memory (the first four pictures) starting on March … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Sliver by Nirvana

“Sliver” is a song by American grunge band Nirvana. It was originally released as a non-album single in 1990 by Sub Pop. DGC re-released the song to radio to support the release of the rarities compilation album Incesticide in 1992. Lyrics: Mom and dad went to … Continue reading

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Light bulb Vase by Yuma Kuno

“These days, LED bulbs are replacing incandescent light bulbs. In November 2007, the Ministry of the Environment of Japan requested that electronics manufacturers no longer produce or sell incandescent light bulbs as they consume large amounts of electricity. It is … Continue reading

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Selected Portraits by Hsiao-Ron Cheng

Vivi / fashion illustration – 2014 These beautiful subtleties are by a 1986-born Taiwanese illustrator Hsiao-Ron Cheng . She started to work as a freelance illustrator in 2012 and soon get international attention. Since then she has shown her work in exhibitions from Europe to … Continue reading

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