What would you dooo for a Klondike bar? I wouldn’t do anything, not my kind of dessert. For french macrons though, I was ready to hear the challenge. Since I’ve been slacking off on my illustrations, a friend decided that it would do me some good to get back into it. So I have to create an illustration each day of the work week in order to receive 24 macrons for each one posted.
My latest obsession are shoes so a week of shoe-worthy performances are ahead. An a very full and happy belly is something I get to look forward to. Don’t worry I won’t eat all 24 macrons in one day, but for those who know me, I’m quite capable of it.
At first glance this imitation of the famous Rubiks Cube looks easy enough, The Cube Fontaine by artist Claire Fontaine is all blue no mater how you turn it. The beauty of art, keep looking and there is more to see. ” The 6 sides of the cube shows views of the surface of the sea. Manipulating it gives unique and contradictory images. This poetic object mixes the solid of the cube and the liquid of water while discreetly evoking ecological disasters that surround us.”
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“From a simple idea in 2005 to a record-setting exhibition in 2009, The Vader Project features 100 of the best underground artists and designers working today.” A dream project for many artists, only the chosen 100 of best underground artists and designers like Tim Biskup, Marc Ecko, Michelle Valigura and Amanda Visell each “customized a 1:1 scale authentic prop replica of the Darth Vader helmet featured in the STAR WARS™” After touring the world, The Vader Project will be auctioned off at Freeman’s Auction House in Philadelphia on July 10th.
The last time you can see the entire collection in person would be from July 5-9. Can’t make it to Philly, buy the Vader Project Catalog.
I figure the helmet that gets sold for the most amount should be the daddy, having a legend like Luke Skywalker to support is not getting cheaper, doesn’t matter how old he gets.
Came across these series of images from artist Craig Redman. His cartoon character Darcel of Darcel Disappoints made an appearance at the newly opened Louis Vuitton London Maison, and gave us his personal commentary. Actions speak louder than words with D.D.
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The Clash Of The Titans are being played out within these clouds. The photographer behind the series of shots is George Benson. With a degree in fine art film and 3D computer graphics, designing and art directing work for clients Audi, The Streets, BBC, Gnarls Barkley and Renaissance recordings, it’s better to call Mr. Benson a Photographic Artist.
Check out the photography projects G.Benson has worked on.
A great new book to have in your fashion library, Emilio Pucci by Vanessa Friedman and Armando Chitolina. If not for inspiration, but just to look at the pretty colors over and over again! Can’t wait to get mine next month.