Cloch’Art Pop-Up exhibition. One exhibition , one night, one chance. A dialogue between Low- and High Art.
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Posterserie ‘Wanted Witches - Witches Wanted’ by Various & Gould presented at Druck Berlin Print Festival 2013. Very strong concept!
Puzzle Facade brings the experience of solving a Rubik’s cube to the urban space. It transforms the Ars Electronica’s media facade, into a giant Rubik’s cube, inviting passers-by to engage with an interactive experience that takes place in the city of Linz (Austria).
The smallest printing company: miniature printing presses for a mobile printing studio.
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Daniel Eatock’s Felt-Tip Prints. London-based designer Daniel Eatock set about upending a complete set of Pantone Tria II Marker pens and then, after he’d set them up perfectly, he carefully placed a piece of A1 sized 200gsm smooth uncoated white paper on top of the exposed pen nibs. A colourful set of Felt-tip Pen Prints.In this particular video, the artist lets us into his simply brilliant graphic mind as he discusses the work in process, exhibited as part of Walker Art Center’s Graphic Design
‘txtBomber’ by Felix Vorreiter. A one-hand-guerillia-tool not bigger than a pressing iron. Has seven build-in pens to print the letters on any flat surface.
The Lego calendar is a wall mounted time planner invented by Vitamins studio. It’s made entirely of Lego, but if you take a photo of it with a smartphone all of the events and timings will be magically synchronised to an online, digital calendar. I love it, what a great idea!
Lego Calendar by Vitamins
Suburban. A multifaceted photography, film, installation exhibition and film project created by New York-based Australian artist Ian Strange. Since 2011 Strange worked with a film crew and volunteers in Ohio, Detroit, Alabama, New Jersey, New York and New Hampshire to create, photograph and film seven site specific interventions incorporating suburban homes. The recording of these interventions through film and photographic documentation forms the basis of this new body of work.
Suburban will premier in a solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia in late July 2013
Ian Strange | Kid Zoom
Eyes on the Sky is a process-based investigation into generative design and the weather. Jed Carter linked 64 public-access web cameras across Europe, recording the colour of the sky, at each point, at regular intervals and produced a book that collects a week of paintings where cameras paint the weather, once every hour. ”I believe that most people respond more intuitively to simple colours than to the complex units of data found in weather reports and downloadable apps.”Eyes on the Sky is a self-initiated project for Jed’s end-of-year show at Kingston University London – 3rd year