BREESE LITTLE is a contemporary art gallery on Great Sutton Street, London. We represent Clarisse d'Arcimoles, Benjamin Cohen, Tom de Freston and Jan Manski.
This is the exhibition what i need for research and inspiration. i so need to and want to visit and see. Exactly what i am looking for. So good that there is so many exhibitions, news and talks about space,moon and sky these days.
Boris Savelev, who spent his working life in the former Soviet Union as a rocket engineer, brings the same methodical eye to his photography and printing process. Color Constructions, a new exhibition of his work, represents the apex of his experimentation in printmaking.
Oh why i did not see this any earlier, so wanted to go. These iamegs are beautiful and have this nostalgic and intimate feel to them,somethign i want to achive as well. Also what is interesting is that this man used to be rocket engenieer for Soviet Union (again link to my work), so it is so fascinating to see how he sees the world through camera lense. Oh and those colours, beauty.
To accompany this week’s cover story, TIME commissioned Veasey to take X-ray images of medical supplies, including acetaminophen bottles, IV bags and syringes. Using low-dose radiation from one of his three X-ray machines, Veasey turned the supplies into pellucid still lifes.
I really like these images. As i am recently started working on my film camera skills and dream would be to use darkroom my self. Also i have experimented with film negatives a lot lately in my projects,that have similar aesthetics,so this is quite interesting for me.
German artist Edgar Lissel has been working with microorganisms to create intriguing images since 1999. He combines the light-seeking behaviour of cyanobacteria with his expertise in photographic techniques, using the exposure of light on petri dishes to influence the growth of the microorganisms in specific patterns.
THis is so interesting. So closely related to my last years project ,so i am naturally curious about this topic. Bacteria and use of it in art,design and fashion world. Inspiration for zine and t-shirt (illustration wise)
Curator Mark Turner shows us around his intimate Somerset House show about the iconic polymath
Mark Turner: I really wanted to highlight Jarman’s love of words, he approached the art of writing in such a wonderful manor. He would take to his desk with his sketchbooks and fountain pen set out before him, to create this beautiful handwriting. For him it was another ritual, an act.
Just discovered Derek Jarman, really inspired with his work,especially with his sketchbooks.. WIsh mine would look like this! Theya re so beautiful, visual feast.
Imagine how cool it would be, if you could actually 'paint' with light. We're not talking about madly dashing a sparkler around on New Years Eve and trying to quick write you're name, we're talking...
I WANT THAT DEVICE! Amazing how people come up with these ideas. Although it is still fun to do this in old fashion way, but it could be useful for different art projects. PS! It looks like i am stepping bit far from my own concept, as i plan to use quite dark, simple and clean colours, but with a hint of colour popping out now and then.
It's odd concept to grasp, but imagine being able to physically "type" out an artwork.... Well, it's not that far from reality, thanks to conceptual artist Tyree Callahan. He's the ingenious indivi...
Oh Wow, such a cool idea. I love that he took something old and classic and gave it whole new purpose. More of these please. I find that we don´t always have to create something brand new, for once in a while it is refreshing when designers,artists and scientists take something old and give it a new life! Would love to own that typewriter, this would make my project so much more fun and creative(well i would use bit darker colours, if i could ever ever have my fingers on it)
Fast forward to a cyber world of neon seapunks, whipping their blinding hair back and forth
Neon and UV is not that new in fashion,music and design world. Few years ago neon and uv found its way from rave parties to design world. For a moment it was everywhere, people were fascinated by it-why not? It is sooo much fun..I lovvve uv lights. Still i have not noticed that fashion deisgners would use that kind of approach to the use of neon/uv. Especially what i like about is that natural world and nature has been an inspiration!
If brightly coloured corals from under the sea fused with humans to make a new species and found themselves inside Cyber Dog, the cult rave and trance gear shop in Camden.
The real inspiration:
The seapunk and spacepunk movement – discovering a new world where man has not been yet but might be tangible in the future.
It took Le Mindu months in darkness to perfect the blindingly bright neon hues that got the audience oooh-ing and aaah-ing at every model. They glow both under UV light and in the light of day.
Exclusive: A disarming psychedelic trip in the Toronto band's new video, directed by M. Blash
Neon green,mutant like, self-mutilation,freaky,weird-what is not to love here. Weird things make everything more interasting. It’s disturbed as all hell.LOVE IT! Really want to add certain weirdness and absurd to my zine as well.
Flaps in this clothing open up to reveal solar panels, enabling the wearer to become a walking mobile phone charger.
Ooo i like! These kind of new i love to find.. Mixing fashion/design with technology. Love that designer are working on new ideas how to make things better and give back. Also and hey, the actual design of the dress is not bad at all. I would wear that dress, no more problems with empty battery(i am famous for it)
The Her director and music-video legend reminds us we might die tomorrow
Spike Jonze, always liked his work, especially Being John Malkovich!! His new movie Her considers whether romance with a computer might be an ideal state of affairs. It is an interesting take on sci-fi and tech! Need to see the movie, will post about it after i have seen it.
A new book and exhibition from the German photographer showcases his use of color on appropriated NASA images.
These images are amazing,exactly what i have in mind. Clean shapes and lines, bright colours mixed with white and black. I liek the way the gallery is set up as well,some b&w and greay images and then bright colours popping out. IDea for zinee and t-shirts.My favorite one is with a lonely spaceman.
Selfridges are holding a Festival of Imagination. So many interesting lectures and happenings. Def. will go to few of them. I am most interested in Suzanne Lee´s BioCulture lecture (as once again,she was my main focus point on Trend Forecasting and it would be great experience to see her talking about her ideas and project live.) Where to go and what to see:
SUPER/COLLIDER - GROWING THE FUTURE: CRYSTAL CITY 'THE NEW REALITY' WITH DEZEEN'S MARCUS FAIRS
Let's face it railroad underpasses aren't the most creative of spaces, the darkened corridors providing the perfect perfect environment for muggings and dangerous assault. But you won't find anythi...
Hired by the city of Birmingham in Alabama, FitzGibbon was tasked with injecting a sense of fun, creativity and colour into an area people would rather avoid. Now locals willing enter the 1931 Art Deco underpass to experience his complex network of LED lights that constantly create countless patterns of colour and light.
WIsh i could go and see his work. It is another create example how collaborations between old,vintage and new match and bring one antoher to a life. Beautiful! Inspiration for my own project, where i tend to mix and match old and new.
Look out Instagram, there's a new kid in town.... Visual artist Rainer Kohlberger has created a compelling new photo app called Pxl - but what truly makes it different from the other hundreds of ph...
This pretty cool app, although i am not big fan of pixl art, maybe if it is a part of something bigger? If i ever going to get a smartphonei would download the Pxl App and have some fun with it. All in all another nice creative app!
The London menswear designer – and creative director of Damon Albarn's first ever solo album – on creating a visual system for the visionary musician
Perhaps the most interesting credit, however, is the project's creative director: Aitor Throup. One of London menswear's most distinctive and conceptual new designers, he's been taken on to oversee the "visual system" for Everyday Robots. As the video for the record's title track drops (watch it below!), Dazed premieres a video interview with Aitor, in which he discusses the link between Damon, ancient rituals and facial reconstruction techniques, and an exclusive look at Aitor's sketch for the project.
This is how creative people work! Take inspiration and learn and reflect! Ancient,connected to nature, ancient rituals, but in the same time always respected new technology,using it and collaborating with people in tech world. EXACTLY WHAT I WANT TO DO!!!
Exclusive: Sexless bodies morph and mutate in sync to Jesse Kanda's latest Arca video for Canadian boutique SSENSE
Sexless bodies, androgyny,third gender etc... This is really inspirational video, would love to be able to create something like this,it is amazing. Best moments 1.02 and 1.11.. Black and white, Black and Red! LEt´s keep it simple yet stricking! Also love the organic shapes, that are mixed with today´s tech.
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