Thicket is like holding an evolving work of art in your hands. Lines of light dance across the screen as sounds echo and reverberate in reaction to your fingers.
Dan Witz’s current trompe l’oeil street art is shockingly unnoticeable to most of the people that may pass by. Trompe l’oeil is an art technique using realistic imagery to create the illusion that the imagery is three dimensional.
In photography, a negative image is a total inversion of an ordinary, positive one. What was once dark becomes light and vice versa. Colours are flipped completely, with reds turning to blue and blues to yellow. The results are often diverse, with many negative photos, particularly those of people, plants and animals, taking on a ghostly or unearthly quality.
Adriean Koleric (Thinkitem) creates digital artwork of beautiful worlds that are familiar and extremely foreign at once. In many of these works, an absurd, large scale conflict is underway between familiar toys, TV characters and even household appliances.
Wanting some new T-shirts, I set out to find some creative options. I have been a fan of Threadless for a while, but I wanted to see what else was out there. After some looking around I found many great options and these are 12 of my favorites. Many of these places also allow artists to sell their designs. Bonus!
On the lighter side of things I wanted to draw attention to latte art.
In case you missed it, a couple of weeks ago 5 paintings with a market value of more than $100 million were stolen from the Paris Museum of Modern Art.
The paintings include:
- Pablo Picasso’s “Le pigeon aux petits-pois” (The Pigeon with the Peas)
- Henri Matisse’s “La Pastorale” (Pastoral)
- Amadeo Modigliani’s “La femme a l’eventail” (Woman with a Fan)
- Georges Braque’s “L’olivier pres de l’Estaque” (Olive Tree near Estaque)
- Fernand Leger’s “Nature morte aux chandeliers” (Still Life with Chandeliers)