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The artworks of Kalos&Klio

The artworks of Kalos&Klio emerge from a delirium of digital virtual appropriation, an addictive compulsive procedure of a systematic order of actions. They call this process ‘Digital Tank Appropriation’. They embark in a time-machine journey and surf the search engines of the Net between the trivial and the precious, the obscene and the remarkable, the essential and the random, retrieving, collecting and manipulating large parts of diverse virtual elements that float and sink in the Read more […]

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Stop Motion Woolen Puppets Wrestle the Stuffing Out of Each Other

Fight! from Marc James Roels on Vimeo. I love everything about these portly characters beating the stuffing out of each other in this animated short from Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels. Titled Fight!, the stop motion project was selected as the trailer for the National Animation Festival 2013 in Bruz, France. If you liked this also check out a preview for another short, Oh Willy. (via It’s Nice That) Read more […]

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Expansive New Geometric Drawings Trampled in Snow and Sand by Simon Beck

Driven by super-human forces and undaunted by the powers of nature, artist Simon Beck trudges across sand or through knee-high snow to create massive geometric drawings left behind in his footprints. From sandy expanses on the shore of New Zealand to frigid outlooks in the Swiss Alps, any pristine surface that stretches for hundreds of meters can work as a suitable canvas for Beck’s designs. Each site-specific piece is planned well in advance on a computer and carefully mapped out on-site Read more […]

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The Alternative Human Anatomy of Marwane Pallas

Marwane Pallas‘ work mostly consists of self-portraits. His photographs explore the human anatomy in unconventional and exciting ways. Focusing on the way the nude body interacts with its surroundings and itself, Pallas experiments with optical illusions through the use of objects and photo altering. In his series Doctrine of Signatures, fruits and vegetables take the shape of several human body parts and organs, creating fun photographic illusions that play with the viewer’s eye. Drawing Read more […]

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Max Zorn interview on Design Boom

Max Zorn interview on Design Boom   DB: please can you tell us a bit about your background and what you do for a living? MZ: I make art with packing tape, the same kind you might use on boxes when you’re sending a package in the mail or moving home. it may sound weird to start my resume with a sentence like that, but that’s what I do for a living. yet, it was a coincidence that I ended up as an artist at all. it all started with the idea to use street lamps as an urban gallery for street Read more […]

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