So what would the dictionary look like if the definition for each word was replaced with the first image result from Google? Felix Heyes and Ben West find out in their latest project, Google.
Abigail Reynolds is an artist based in London and has been exhibiting her artwork around the world since Y2K, remember that mess? Anyway, Reynolds latest work is constructed from primarily from found book images to construct a new composition. I really enjoy the way she plays with color and composition as she allows her work to break free from the confines of the square or rectangle.
20 Most Read Posts from 2011
As 2011 ends and we begin 2012, I want to reflect on the most read post of the last year. Here is a collection of the 20 most read posts written in 2011.
Mosaic Works by Richard Pearse
Richard Pearse is a New Zealand artist who currently lives in a shed in Patea, South Taranaki and he has some wonderful wooden mosaic works.
Artist Tributes to the Victims of the 9/11 Tragedy
Over the weekend, many different outlets shared views of the September 11 tragedy. Artists have also expressed their feelings over the years and Googling for artist 9/11 tributes will return thousands of works.
The “Remarkable” Art of Bill Talsma
Bill Talsma’s most recent artwork comments on rewards we receive for insignificant or trivial things that we do. These pieces question what is truly remarkable or worthy of an award.
Mixed Media Artwork by Wil Murrary
Wil Murray’s mixed media artwork blurs the lines between disciplines as well as genres. These pieces have an identify complex that I love.
Illustration by Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo
Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo has some of the most amazing illustration that I have seen in a while. These illustrations deliver vivid color and gorgeous textures with a touch of dark “They Live” quirkiness.
Featured Artwork by Whitney Lynn
Whitney Lynn works in various mediums, often including an element of performance. Lynn’s artwork can be seen in an upcoming exhibition, God Only Knows Who the Audience Is: Performance, Video, and Television Through the Lens of La Mamelle / ART COM.