Que Houxo, Garden In May (2009)
Houxo Que aka Questa is an artist based in Tokyo. He started his career as a painter in 1999 with a background in graffiti and has been worksing on canvases, live-paintings, murals since. His main series of works, which frequently references flowers, titled “Day and night” are luminous installations using florescent paints and black lights.
How It’s Made, Decorative Candles.
holy fuck, that is beautiful. how is she that good?
i’m so mesmerized
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3D tape drawing by Monika Grzymala.
Matthew Cox embroiders x-rays into beautiful artwork
Tomohide Ikeya - Wave (2009)
“Stillness and movement happen by the boundary line between the ocean and the land.”
Annie Leibovitz - Pilgrimage (2011) - Leibovitz’s documentation of the homes and traces of some of her favorite historical figures
1. Elvis Presley’s TV (Memphis, Tennessee)
2. Georgia O’Keeffe’s Pastels (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
3. The Gloves Worn by Abraham Lincoln on the Night of his Assassination (Springfield, Illinois)
4. Skeleton of a Pigeon Studied by Charles Darwin (Hertfordshire, England)
5. Ansel Adams’s Darkroom (Carmel, California)
6. Virginia Woolf’s Bedroom (Charleston, England)
7. Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
One of the best exhibits I’ve ever been to. She’s fucking incredible.
Swiss photographer and artist Fabian Oefner’s passion is to recreate natural phenomena and capture them in a way that is visually impactful. For his series titled Black Hole, he poured acrylic paint over a metal rod that was attached to an electric drill; once the drill was powered on, the paint started to move away from the rod, and it is this action that Oefner captures in his images.