|07.02.13 | No Comments|
I absolutely adore these collages by Joe Webb.
|Brian Dettmer: Book Autopsies|
|06.03.09 | No Comments|
Brian Dettmer sifts through stacks of antiquated books, boxes of dusty cassette tapes, and piles of obsolete maps to uncover the perfect source and subject for his conceptual explorations and sculptural dissections. Dettmer alters pre-existing materials by selectively removing and manipulating elements as a way to allow new interpretations and ideas to emerge. With the precision of a surgeon, Dettmer uses scalpels, tweezers, and other medical instruments to carve into the surface of his found objects to reveal hidden meanings.
Skull, sculpture made from altered cassette tape cartridges by Brian Dettmer
Websters New World Dictionary altered by Brian Dettmer
|05.19.09 | No Comments|
My dad found an old drink ticket from the 80s NYC club Danceteria and scanned it for me.Â I always loved their logo and flyer designs.
front & back
|clip art animation|
|12.18.08 | No Comments|
|10.29.08 | No Comments|
|Talking Heads – Speaking In Tongues 1983 (Robert Rauschenberg Limited Edition)|
|07.09.08 | No Comments|
I really want this:
|Zach’s self portrait as Prince|
|07.02.08 | No Comments|
Brilliant Photoshop collage by my friend Zach
|06.19.08 | No Comments|
Editorial: Vogue Patterns
Magazine: Vogue Italy Dec 2007
Photographer: Steven Meisel
|Lee Bul at Lehmann Maupin Gallery NY|
|05.28.08 | No Comments|
Like a vast ship, from the years when the earth was still flat and spices were rare, Lee Bul’s gorgeous sculpture comprised of chains and beaded links took my breath away….
Photo by Seze
Detail of Lee Bul’s stunning sculpture now on view. Photo by Seze
|Goodbye to my Grandfather of Collage|
|05.13.08 | No Comments|
Robert Rauschenberg, “Solstice” 1968
|04.30.08 | No Comments|
Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan exhibit at The Philadelphia Museum of Art
photo by Seze
|Paul Villinski’s Butterflies|
|04.22.08 | No Comments|
So beautiful it makes me want to cry…
“Lumen” (detail) 2007; aluminum (found beer cans), wire, powdered pigment.