Monthly Archives: December 2012

Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano

American artist Jonathan Latiano created the Points of Contention installation at the School 33 Art Center in Baltimore, Maryland. The artist’s statement: As the plastics, resins and polymers that we stockpile on a daily basis increase exponentially, how are we changing the long-term geological landscapes of the world around us? Driven by the exploration of time, motion and the physics of the natural world, Jonathan Latiano presents Points of Contention, a site-specific installation sculpture Read more […]

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Funny mathematical interventions on streets

Found this series of mathematical artistic interventions on This is Colossal. The artist is  Aakash Nihalani who is widely known for his observational street art involving neon-colored tape in various geometric forms. Nihalani opens a solo show starting January 12th, 2013 at Jonathan LeVine. Read more […]

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Shipping Container House by studio H:T

This project questions the need for excessive space and challenges occupants to be efficient. Two shipping containers saddlebag a taller common space that connects local rock outcroppings to the expansive mountain ridge views. The containers house sleeping and work functions while the center space provides entry, dining, living and a loft above. The loft deck invites easy camping as the platform bed rolls between interior and exterior. The project is planned to be off-the-grid using solar orientation, Read more […]

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Amazing Color Pencil Portrait by Amy Robins

Based on a photograph from Benoit Paille, artist Amy Robins drew this impressive portrait using little more than colored pencils, cartridge paper, and quite a bit of talent. Via this is Colossal Read more […]

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2012, year in pictures, by Boston Globe

“Another year has come and gone and with it hundreds of thousands of images have recorded the world’s evolving history; moments in individual lives; the weather and it’s affects on the planet; acts of humanity and tragedies brought by man and by nature”. Warning: Some images contains graphic or objectionable content. Via the National Traveller   Read more […]

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