Omo – Oversized from LOAF on Vimeo. For some reason I tend to not watch much video work on the internet, I guess I just get distracted or move on while it loads or something. Apparently my eyeballs are antsy for instant gratification when it comes to blogs. But this cute & quirky little number… Read more »
Month: August 2009
Guys, I think I’m finally owning up to a nascent obsession with bikes. This bicycle by Vanmoof is lightweight aluminum, with solar powered LED lights built right inside its frame, one in the front and one in the back. I mean…good god, this is staggeringly beautiful, a real feat of engineering. And though it’s priced… Read more »
Show alert! Pardon me, I am just not feeling like myself today is a group show with works by Ben Speckmann, Brian Yates, Timothy Pigott, and Tony Francesconi. It explores our primitive tendencies to violence, isolation, selfishness and fear and those times when we seem to embody the beast side of the man/beast continuum. I… Read more »
I little while back I was at the Public Works opening at the Andrew Rafacz Gallery but happened to wander into next door to the Kavi Gupta Gallery only to spend the next half hour absorbing Clare Rojas’ work. She’s got this interesting folk-art vibe that I think is really hot. Image credits: Kavi Gupta… Read more »
Incredible reclaimed & rehabbed light fixtures from UK-based SkinFlint Design. Many pieces date back to pre-war & industrial era factories, mental institutions & hospitals, cloisters, etc. Very very cool! And here’s more good news, SkinFlint ships internationally as well.