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As you get closer…
…you can see that the lines are actually stamped, just like the librarian used to pound into your borrowed copies of Roald Dahl. Incredible!
Behold the awesomeness of minimalism! I wish I could tell you more about Moxy Creative House, but, in the spirit of minimalism (and their site being under construction, to be honest), let’s just ogle their awesome series of posters depicting iconic fashions (Dress the Part), eyewear (Framework), and beverages (Mixed Reviews) from movies and music (Ensemble). Very cool.
Prints are available to purchase here, plus there’s even more to browse just for the fun of it. Also, this interview with James-Alexander Mathers provides a little insight into the “Ensemble” project.
Silly me, all these years I’ve been reading books!
Over the past 30 years, Guy Laramée‘s resume has accumulated all of this: stage writing, stage directing, contemporary music writing, musical instrument design and building, singing, video, scenography, sculpture, installation, painting and literature. Dayam. So I guess sculpture + literature = awesome book carvings. Works for me. Though, I do have a particular affinity for book mutilation.
Though the artist’s statement is all about “the erosion of cultures” and “project(ing) us into this thick Cloud of Unknowing”, I like to think of it more as, “Oh the places you’ll go!” when you crack open a book. But erosion is nice too….
Ahhhh, there’s nothing I love more than discovering an awesome new artist and getting to share them with all of YOU! This week’s feature is on a fresh Brooklyn-based textile artist, Tamar Mogendorff, whose work will help you arrive at your intended happy place. From soft bird cages to glitter-horned stag heads, the whimsical nature of this work reiterates that old maxim that “age ain’t nothing but a number.” (At least that’s what my inner-child is saying right now.)
Anyone ready for a field trip to Tamar’s studio?
The fashion-based illustrations of Canadian artist, Esther Bayer, are this week’s homage to the inevitable (right?) arrival of spring. Taking inspiration from vintage magazine covers and little trifles like “. . . the colors of two lovely soft pink carnations that were sitting on my kitchen table;” how could you not fall in love with the soft colors and keen brushstrokes that are available in print form at her Etsy shop.
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