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Interesting findings in art

mymodernmet:

Studio Allergutendinge designed the Soul Box, a mobile wooden shelter that can be transported anywhere. The minimalist, two-story building features a kitchen and bed on the lower floor, with a viewing platform on the upper one.

Embroideries Using Hair by Artist Sula Fay
Jeff, booooooom.com
“Hair Embroideries” by artist Sula Fay, found via our July Submissions. She says this about the work:“As an adolescent, I struggled with my hair. Being of half African and Puerto Rican descent I inherited very naturally curly hair.…

Embroideries Using Hair by Artist Sula Fay
Jeff, booooooom.com

“Hair Embroideries” by artist Sula Fay, found via our July Submissions. She says this about the work:“As an adolescent, I struggled with my hair. Being of half African and Puerto Rican descent I inherited very naturally curly hair.…

moma:

Gustav Klimt, born today in 1862, is primarily known for his paintings of figures, but he also painted landscapes throughout his career. 
[Gustav Klimt. The Park. 1910 or earlier.]

moma:

Gustav Klimt, born today in 1862, is primarily known for his paintings of figures, but he also painted landscapes throughout his career. 

[Gustav Klimt. The Park. 1910 or earlier.]

(via slowartday)

The Creative Class with Stefan Sagmeister
info@hypebeast.com (Staff), hypebeast.com
WeTrans­fer’s unex­pect­ed­ly good “The Cre­ative Class” series unveils its final episode, con­clud­ing with a brief look into the life of Ste­fan Sag­meis­ter. While the name itself might not be rec­og­niz­able, Sag­meis­ter, along­side his part­…

The Creative Class with Stefan Sagmeister
info@hypebeast.com (Staff), hypebeast.com

WeTrans­fer’s unex­pect­ed­ly good “The Cre­ative Class” series unveils its final episode, con­clud­ing with a brief look into the life of Ste­fan Sag­meis­ter. While the name itself might not be rec­og­niz­able, Sag­meis­ter, along­side his part­…

philmcandrew:

HELLO, HOW ARE YOU?
This is part of a book proposal I’ve been noodling with for a while now, this particular bit being inspired by something I wrote last year about drawing horses and how nothing bad happens when you make a bad drawing. Nobody will die if your horse drawing looks stupid. The worst thing that happens is you get a little better at drawing horses. Just put your fun hat on and draw that dang horse or motorcycle or whatever it is you’re afraid to draw.
Speaking of horses, I made some books and they exist and you can and should purchase them and read them and distribute them to your friends.

philmcandrew:

HELLO, HOW ARE YOU?

This is part of a book proposal I’ve been noodling with for a while now, this particular bit being inspired by something I wrote last year about drawing horses and how nothing bad happens when you make a bad drawing. Nobody will die if your horse drawing looks stupid. The worst thing that happens is you get a little better at drawing horses. Just put your fun hat on and draw that dang horse or motorcycle or whatever it is you’re afraid to draw.

Speaking of horses, I made some books and they exist and you can and should purchase them and read them and distribute them to your friends.

cross-connect:

Maciek Jasik is a photographer living in Brooklyn, NY. He uses color and movement as methods of creating surreal parallel worlds and instilling emotionality.

(via hifructosemag)