Wednesday, November 23, 2011

A History of the Sky

A History of the Sky from Ken Murphy on Vimeo.

Ken Murphy made a compilation of time-lapse videos each recorded a single day of the year from the roof of the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco.


This has been making its rounds, but it is super beautifully done... I posted videos of these wild birds before check them here swarms of birds. amazing.

Lovely BIrd


Otters holding hands

wait for it... just wanted to put some extra love out there.

Squeeze Me - Kraak & Smaak

cause you are all I want...


If I had the chance to make a commercial it would be just like this.  1 minute of YES!

Friday, November 18, 2011

Alex Da Corte

Alex DaCorte graduated with his MFA at Yale in Sculpture.  I don't like everything he does, but I adore the first image above "Modern Girl."  I love that piece! Gooey drippy saturated color! 

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Maurizio Cattelan

Maurizio Cattelan's retrospective titled "all" at the Guggenheim looks incredible.  It is a collection of his work since 1989. He really topped himself by turning his show into a piece in and of itself.  "Whoa"  was probably my first reaction to it and it still is.  Though some critics seem to be reading into it as a hanging or death to all of his work.  I find it quite humorous in the most shocking way. Either way you look at it, its a good example of a simple idea that is well executed that can drop jaws.  Wish I had the chance to see this show in person.

Friday, November 11, 2011


in Honduras...groovein' to Calle 13 con la familia!

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Yeondoo Jung

Yeondoo Jung's photography is pretty amazing.  He takes the surreal quality of any child's drawing and runs with it.  The fact that he is inspired by something that most people would look over to me is like finding unlimited hidden treasure.  The idea of encountering a spectacle and magic in the mundane while really taking advantage of composition/perspective in these photographs really makes them strong.  And because the medium is photography it is as if he's giving validity to these drawings and expressing that all that comes from a child's imagination can exist and be just as alive as they believe it to be.

Re- Imagine Childhood Drawings


I thought this was a great idea for a show...

Monday, November 7, 2011

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Polarity Song - Seventeen Evergreen

Seventeen Evergreen - Polarity Song from Lucky Number Music on Vimeo.

It's like a Nick Cave nightmare... ( the artist not the musician)

Gary Schott

Wonder Object from Mark & Angela Walley on Vimeo.

I really like Gary Schott's wonder objects! There is something hilarious about a machine being tender with you when you turn a little crank. ...very Arthur Ganson but much more on the emoter side.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

para ti.

The next song I write for you, they will accompany me...

sculpture by Robert Gligorov