Monthly Archives: October 2011

In The Room Where You Sleep

via youtube.com Happy Halloween! Pretty much anyone who has ever met me will know that Halloween is my favourite day of the year. I mean whats not to love? There is candy, costumes, and scary movies – amazeballs. So given … Continue reading

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EAMES: The Architect and The Painter

via youtube.com I can’t wait to see the film Eames: The Architect and the Painter. The film goes inside the lives of famous creative couple Charles and Ray Eames, telling their personal story through interviews with family members and design … Continue reading

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Visualising 20 Hz

via vimeo.com This video is absolutely brilliant! Created by UK artists Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt, otherwise known as Semiconductor Films; the hypnotic work visualises 20 hz audio data courtesy of CARISMA, operated but the University of Alberta and funded … Continue reading

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The Google Vase

While it may not be the most aesthetically pleasing vase…. it is easily one of the most interesting works I have seen in a while. Especially in terms of the impact of technical advancements on art. Artist, Daniel Michel created … Continue reading

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London Brick

Beautiful brick bookends by Max Lamb, part of Object Abuse @ KK Outlet, London

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Just another day in the woods…

.via society6.com A friend recently pointed me in the direction of Jamie Mitchell’s incredible pencil illustrations. While he obviously puts a great deal of emphasis on detail, I love that he still manages to give many of his images a … Continue reading

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Photography by Andrew B. Myers

While I was in Toronto last week, a friend introduced me to the work of local photographer Andrew B. Myers. His work is often characterised by its use of colour and composition, as well as its references to pop culture, … Continue reading

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