James Turrell’s Akhob
I’m updating my list of places I want to go. This installation above a Louis Vuitton store in Vegas is on it.
Geometric Digital Art
Formatted for a Samsung Frame TV. This feels like my sort of NFT because I am old fashioned. / via swiss-miss
Cor Blok’s Tolkien illustrations
Dutch artist Cor Blok passed away. His illustrations appeared in 60s Dutch editions of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Here’s a thread with examples of his work. / via @arkanjil
Some relationships have to end
Because that version of you has ended. / via wehavebecomevikings
Piotr Szyhalski / Labor Camp
Born from a daily drawing practice responding to the COVID-19 pandemic as it unfolded in real time resulting in 225 drawings created over eight months / via Creative Mornings Cincinnati
National COVID Memorial Wall
A wall of hearts representing those lost to the coronavirus pandemic in the United Kingdom
Black Art: In The Absence of Light
Excellent HBO Documentary explores two centuries of art by African-Americans, and the path they forged for contemporary Black artists. / via Brian Hill
Type exploration w/ orange peels
I always enjoy Manfred Westreicher’s explorations with type
A collection of stories and photographs about the feeling of unity and belonging from the Over-The-Rhine community in Cincinnati. Wonderful work by Asa Featherstone, IV.
Each tile is a layered set of matching art. Keep finding pairs and build up combos. Its not about perfect matches, but matching elements. Took a while, super dig now. / via Thor
Diana Beltran Herrera
Sculptures and designs with paper / via thisiscolossal
Lily Hevesh, domino artist
“Lily Topples the World” is a film debuting at SXSW. My friend @AmyMPurcell on Twitter says it’s fantastic and I’m adding it to my queue. This profile by The Washington Post provides some insight.
Enoch Ku’s Ordinary Sacramento
An ongoing project documenting the visual language of the Californian city
Gergely Gizella’s personal website
Is unlike any I have experienced. / via Belong.io
Teens on a Year That Changed Everything
There’s wonderful art throughout this feature that spans illustration, photography, video and poetry
Greyscale Prisms : Chapter 1.
A new series of black and white paintings by Matt W. Moore. Bonus? A behind the scenes video showing process.
A quarterly zine in which Rob Weychert explores algorithmic art with a focus on combinatorics.
Banksy Creates Bob Ross-Dubbed Process Video
of New Work Depicting Oscar Wilde Escaping Prison
Snow Drawings at Catamount Lake by Sonja Hinrichsen
Good art always looks good. / via Things To Click
We’re Not Really Strangers
Fascinating set of prompts to inspire deeper relationships. Invest in the video and give it a watch.
Fall Back, Spring Ahead
November 1st, shit gets darker. November 3rd, let’s make it brighter.
Roman Emperor Project
Using the neural-net tool Artbreeder, Photoshop and historical references, Daniel Voshart has created photoreal portraits of Roman Emperors. / via Mefi
ALLSHIPS | A Creative Community
“We stand for quality over quantity, substance over numbers, cohesion over conflict, opinion over algorithms, thoughtful content over snackable, sugary, viral hits. We stand together, not apart.” / via Luke Beard
Masks, Toilet Paper, and Thermometers Transform into Miniature, Outdoor Adventures
by Artist Tatsuya Tanaka
Stranger Fruit by Jon Henry
Black mothers and sons recreating the Pietà by Michelangelo. Chills
Who Gets to Call It Art?
A wild ride through the 1960s downtown New York art scene as seen through the eyes of legendary Metropolitan Museum of Art curator, Henry Geldzahler. added towatch / via Yewknee
Tomorrow’s On Fire
Powerfully good animated short by Darcy Prendergast / via WAXY
Beautiful, organic textile work / via Guy Schmidt
Mary Kate McDevitt
Lettering and Illustration (and some lovely items in her shop to boot)
Wendy says this place is great to get custom greeting cards made. Looks like they do lots of stuff!