Las abstractas y orgánicas esculturas digitales de David McLeod.
The first Internet Age Media Weekend connects the future of niche communication in Barcelona. IAM is part of a series of initiatives lead by the iF /imperfect FUTURE/ to discover, inspire and connect people, companies and institutions building better futures in the creative economy.
Drew Leshko is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based artist. By carving, cutting, and layering varieties of paper and wood, Leshko creates documentary studies of architecture from his neighborhood in an attempt to create a three dimensional archive of buildings that are in transitional periods. The work examines gentrification and history, how historical relevance is determined, and most importantly, what is worth preserving.
Vermibus lives and work in Berlin where he regularly collects advertising posters from the streets, using them in his studio as the base material for his work. There, a process of transformation begins. Using white spirits, he brushes away the faces and flesh of the models appearing in the posters as well as brand logos. Once the transformation is complete, he then reintroduces the adverts back into their original context, hijacking the publicity, and its purpose.
Ken Currie is one of Scotland’s most influential artists. His work deals with how the human body is affected by illness, ageing and injury, as well as with social, political and philosophical issues.
A collection of paper cut-out models representing brutalist architecture of London from 1960s-1970s. The series features various buildings scattered around the districts of Camden, Southwark and Tower Hamlet. The “raw concrete” London tour begins with iconic tower blocks (Balfron Tower and Space House), leads through council estates doomed to premature demolition (Robin Hood Gardens and Aylesbury Estate) and concludes with a classic prefab panel block (Ledbury Estate).
Off the record is a dialogue of opinions with topics that are aimed directly to the design and visual arts field. Directed, produced, filmed & edited by Laura Sans.
Topografías hechas alfombras, alfombras hechas puro arte por Alexandra Kehayoglou.
Portraits are 360° degrees views of humans social. Humans that share their own face, face that in Portrait360° is conceived with an unusual rotation of the face.
Welsh’s work is focused on delusion surrounding false realities and the paradises that we strive to find. He uses collage and various photographic mediums to convey these concepts.
Un hipnótico viaje en formato de animación para la canción “New Topia” del grupo de música This Will Destroy You.
El trazo de los tatuajes que hace Andrey Svetov sigue sorprendiéndonos día a día, como si “dibujar” sobre la piel con este nivel de detalle fuera la cosa más sencilla del mundo.
Shih Yung-Chun parece que retrate su propio día a día pero con algunos detalles que consiguen que su obra te llegue a descolocar de esa supuesta normalidad pseudo-cotidiana.
Los artistas Rubenimichi nos presentarán su nueva exposición “Sol Negro” el 20 de Febrero en la galería La Fresh Gallery (Madrid). Obligado ir!
Faust aprovecha las nevadas de estos días para lucirse con un lettering callejero precioso.
Titus Kaphar cuts, bends, sculpts and mixes the work of Classic and Renaissance painters, creating formal games and new tales between fiction and quotation.
The collection revolves around the ‘Fingertips’. Each piece concentrates on highlighting the significance of the body part by challenging the sensation, the movement or the function. Some designs enhance them while the other entrap them.
“One NPC’s struggle with a vindictive creator.” by Milo Targett
De las locuras en formato animación más bestiales que verás hoy. Gráficamente y concepto genial.
Chinatown is a Chinese translation of the trademarks in a graphical way. It’s a carefully arranged series of artworks by Mehmet Gözetlik showcasing 20 well-known western brand logos with maintained visual and narrative continuity.
This film drawn by Michael Frei with my index finger using the integrated touchpad of a laptop is about anthropoid creatures with plugs in place of heads are up to mischief. Instead of abandoning oneself to the dictates of the raised finger, they soon submit to themselves. But the fingers also finger around. Is it love?
As a continuation of the experimental project “Animal Growth” and edited by Spanish brand PCM, the Tropical and Polar animal families are a series of eight toys defined by the outline of their shape by Moisés Hernández. The simplicity of their shape, their texture and the high quality of the fabric make them suitable for babies and children from all ages.