These colourful mosaics by Canadian artist Chris Dorosz don’t consist of pieces of tile. In the close-up you can see the acrylic gels used to fill in spaces between industrial staples. I cannot imagine how painstaking this must have been to create.
We might have to brave the Seattle turkey-sale traffic this weekend if we can’t sell our Seahawks tickets. Luckily this print is helping me feel ok about it.
|| Unveiled @ Albie Designs
I am head over heels for Claire Morgan’s installations, even if I am a little scared of taxidermy birds.
Inspired by the solo Sticker art pieces by Brooklyn-based Flat Vernacular. En masse these motifs are placed on unique wallpaper. Incredible.
|| Inspected @ bltd
Just because I don’t have any tattoos myself doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate the amazing pieces of personal art they can be. Vancouver illustrator/tattoo artist Nomi Chi creates such inspiring pieces.
|| Encountered @ Nomi Chi
New pieces by ceramic artist Keiko Matsui. These beautiful shapes look so perfect with their imperfections and I feel are quite aptly titled ‘Torn’.
Happy coincidence. Just stumbled across the marvelous artworks of Daisaku Kawada and then discovered he’s showing while I’m in Berlin.
There’s something so calming about this that I needed today. Anyone know who it’s by?
Musee d’Art Moderne, Paris.
There’s more talent in the Canadian prairies than you’d think. Amazing realism by Christopher Stott.
|| Noticed @ Anthology Mag
Examined @ Emmanuel Polanco
Beheld @ My Love For You
Noted @ The Jealous Curator