What could go better than monsters and art? The Idea Generation Gallery in London is set to unveil a collection of brand new monster illustrations by various artists from April 8th to May 4th, 2009. The Monsters Inked show will explore the development of monster drawings from the deepest, darkest depths of an artist’s imagination, on to the sketchpad and finishing on the gallery wall – in an incredible exhibition of more than… Continue
Added by Eugene on March 24, 2009 at 7:00am —
Meet Ko Raya, a five-day-old female Asian elephant that made her big debut a few days ago at the Berlin Zoo. She's the third offspring of her 22-year-old mother, Pang Pha. Ko Raya is named after an island in Thailand and weighed a whopping 370 pounds at birth!…
Light streams is the effect moving light and other objects create when shot with a long or extended exposure time. In this set of photos, we see colorful light turned into art - where our reality is turned inside out as we see light as never before.… Continue
San Francisco based artist Alex Pardee (Cardboard City, Zerofriends) missed his friend Shia LaBeouf's birthday last year so to make it up, Alex sneaks in to surprise Shia with a mural. Or so you think.
I know this is a joke (as YouTubers pointed out you can see Shia at 1:18) and the guy in the back was kind of a "dead" giveaway but I liked thinking it was real (for a second). Shia's a pretty good actor, isn't he? What did you think?
With every picture, photographer Clark Little captures a moment most of us would often times miss. Growing up on the North Shore of Oahu, Little surfed the monstrous waves of Waimea Bay, where he learned to see the waves like none of us could. He took that inspiration even further as he started to photograph "crystal waves that resemble hand-blown glass" and… Continue
Try as you may, you'll never find baby pictures as cute as these! Photographer Tracy Raver describes her style as simple and casual. With quiet observation she captures images that will make you smile and remember those little details so easily forgotten.
Indeed, Tracy does a great job capturing still, silent moments.…
One of the things I love seeing is an adult's opinion of what a modern day monster would look like. Monsters are a part of our childhood, they're what we feared was under our bed at night or lurking around a dark corner, ready to grab one of our limbs and tear us… Continue
Added by alice on March 23, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Displaying DNA is no longer an art form perfected by Monica Lewinsky. With DNA 11, you can have your DNA displayed on your walls or even on your desk
These DNA portraits come in various colors and make great gifts to that one person in your life that has everything already. You'll have to sneak in a swab of their cheek cells while they're sleeping if you want to surprise them with one of these portraits. Prices… Continue
Fred Flare is one of those stores where you can find modern design accessories that are fun and entertaining. Their products range from the cute to the slightly crazy. In fact, they have everything from bacon wallets to… Continue
What happens when you take the the artworld’s most powerful figure (by ArtReview) and have him display his art for the world? You get a rare chance to see François Pinault's collection. Called the most important show of contemporary art ever seen, it is currently being held in Moscow at the Garage Center for… Continue
Welcome to a new week. Hope you had a nice relaxing weekend. In my first post, I bring you the most creative shopping bags I've ever seen. These bags goes to show that with a little creativity and imagination, you can turn a plain old shopping bag into a shockingly funny statement.…
Over the course of his 30-year career, Art Wolfe has worked on every continent and in hundreds of locations. His stunning images interpret and record the world's fast-disappearing wildlife and act as a lasting inspiration to those who seek to preserve the very subjects recorded in his images. Art's photographs are recognized throughout the world for their mastery of… Continue
If you happen to find yourself in New York City anytime soon, you should check this out. Located on 7th Avenue, just north of Times Square, the new NYC Information Center opened its doors to the public on January 21st. Designed by WXY architecture+urban design and Local Projects, the new center transforms a storefront into an "information space", seamlessly integrating… Continue
Added by Eugene on March 23, 2009 at 6:00am —
Crowded. Cheap. Whatever. I didn't think the food was particulary tasty, but the sake bombs were. I took a lot of photos but the next day, saw that most were blurry and I think it might be because I was pretty close to having alcohol poisoning by the time I left.
I don't know why I drank so much, but it might be because I was with annoying people from USC. And the only way they're tolerable is if I'm drunk. Plus, I wanted to show…
Ok, got back from Kyoto last night. While it was definitely cool, things got a little hectic. A few must sees were hit. Friday morning we got out to Fushimi Inari (the hike with the red gates), saw another temple (can't recall the name right now), and saw the Gion district at night.
Saturday we took the express to Osaka to meet up with a friend since we couldn't get out to Himeji. I (Phil) thought going to Osaka for a day was a waste of… Continue
You don't have to love your Mac or iPod or iPhone to enjoy this retro Apple logo fruit salad by Richard Thomas on Flickr. A self-professed apple geek, Richard is a student studying primary teaching at Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln. It was made to commemorate… Continue
In the Madagascar movies, if there is one set of animals that consistently steals the show, it's got to be the penguins! Thanks to Dreamworks partnership with Nickelodeon, we're not going to have to wait till the next Madagascar movie, we'll be able to watch our tuxedo wearing friends in the cartoon, The Penguins of Madagascar. The animation is said to… Continue