Archive for May, 2009
Sam Rosen of The Post Family is having his Bday/1st solo show next week! He says, “my show involves a thousand picture frames each containing my photos—candid moments, street shots, and landscapes that have pretty well represent me. You are welcome to buy work straight off the wall and behind each picture is a solid square of pigment—in fact, the average color of each corresponding photo, determined by a computer algorithm. Removing the pictures begs the question: The idea being without any sort of reminder, how potent can we expect memories to be?” Neat, huh? The hidden surprise color inside the frame is a nice touch too, art with in art. Also, super-pro photographer Paul Elledge will be there with a custom photo booth as well to document the party fun-times. Go Sammy go!
Here’s some more tabs I’ve had open for awhile. I really really love Yellena James’ work for example. The whole botanical/cellular feel of her work is great & she uses such lovely colors too. Check her blog and Etsy as well. Lots to see & buy! Via Booooooooom.
His Illustrations are so pretty, but I’m also drawn to the woodcut work by Maxwell Holyoke-Hirsch. (No idea how I found him though, alas!)
Pretty Bummed & Sad
Monsieur Liam Devowski has some pretty rad work.
Today’s tab is the most amazing New Work Magazine, issue #3. Every time I unearth this one I gasp because I forget how beautiful it is.
- Best Of
- Fine Art
- Friday Links
- good people:
- Howdy Do It
- Package Design
- Web design