Wet dreams now has a new meaning as two photographers and fiveartists set their sights on exploring the liquid landscape that covers the majority of the planet we live on.
For humans water has a timeless fascination. Covering 2/3 the surface of our planet, water nourishes, cools, cleans, entertains, and inspires us. And no wonder, as is commonly known, 96% of our bodies is comprised of water, we are literally made of the stuff. In our embryonic state we develop while floating in a sort of inland sea, sporting the gills that suggest our own distant evolution from the enveloping oceans.
Somewhere between found art, Picasso, and industrial design is where Object Factory’s newest US based installation takes place.
Since the past several fashion photography exhibitions at The ICP, fashion seems to have spread…
There are two design events opening at the Javits Center in New York City, but will you get in?
Apparently over on at the MoMA there is what appears to be an invasion of dyslexic spiders that take joy in mashing up alphabets of all languages and creating stunning visual pieces out of them.
One of the most interesting exhibitions to date seems to take focus on one of the most mundane items in our everyday lives: tape.
A fun new exhibition at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, that opened last week, offers a look at the versatility and creative opportunities that come with working with felt.