Archive for March, 2012
Magnus Gjoen‘s prints examines how to change peoples relationship and preconceived notions of objects. Something which is potentially extremely destructive can be made into beautiful yet fragile objects of art. It’s this misconception of beauty which Magnus Gjoen wants us to see in a different light, being it weapons, animals or the human race itself. [...]
(via My Modern Metropolis)
“This is a one of a kind, upcycled teapot featuring my homage to Mr. T. I pity the fool who does not remember this character from the A Team, a great television show from the 1980s. ”
On sale here.
Commercial photographer, graphic designer and art director, the work of Juan Gatti includes anatomy drawings of the human body in combination with the taxonomy of plants and exotic animals.
Carpe That Fucking Diem, a t-shirt by Wordbonerstore.
“This lamp is made with the tail fins of a 100-lb bomb from the Korean War. Paint and corrosion are removed to expose gleaming steel, interrupted by rough machinists marks from the factory. The interior of the fins retains the original turquoise paint, for a subtle wink of color. Finished with a polished nickel socket, elegant cloth-wrapped cord, and a natural linen shade.” On sale here.
Amazing works by Thomas-R: ”Exploring the role of Artistic Provocateur, attacking the boundaries between graphic design & fine art by subverting and re-contextualising imagery with dramatic visual interventions. Confronting and critically re-appraising imagery in a visually saturated world.”