Another great door inspiration; check this super cool street-art collab, between French street artist JR and Chinese camouflage artist Liu Bolin. Watch the video to see how these two great street artist create this fun and unique collaborative piece in … Continue reading
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Off The Deep End: For the April 2012 NY Times Style Magazine, watch New York City based America artist and balloon sculptor Jason Hackenwerth create this amazing tentacled like creature for the magazines monthly T art piece.
From the book “Haggadah Shel Pesach”; a 1923, woodcut illustration, featuring the work of Israeli artist Jacob Steinhardt. Please credit responsibly! Artwork is property of special collections at the University of Michigan. ___ If you really know me, then you … Continue reading
How amazing are these, three dimensional paper sculptures, created by English sculptor, designer, and photographer Richard Sweeney. In order shown: Motion Pleat, Fractal III, Icosahedron, and Fractal From I.
Capturing Resonance; on display at New England’s, deCordova contemporary sculpture park and museum until July, 29 2012. ___ The first collaboration between Korean born, American sculptor Soo Sunny Park, and American sound artist and composer Spencer Topel; this multi-sensory environment … Continue reading
Download these amazing “Disastro Ecologico” series underwater ink photos by Italian photographer and graphic designer Alberto Seveso. Now that’s a whole lotta SMOKIN!!! ___ Join the Bohmerian Revolution and follow me on: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin
Lip Streaks, 1967 : Model Donna Mitchell photographed by New York City born American photographer Melvin Sokolsky. Available through the Fahey/Klein gallery in LA. ___ Now that is what I call HOT LIPS!
I love the clean lined simplicity of these modern, mini plexiglass, Neritagli sculptures by Italian designer Rugggero Asnagho. The figures are imaginary animals that are mobile and can be assembled at home. Purchasing info here.
Stain, 2011. A series of paintings created with leaked printer cartridge ink, by Toronto based artist Niall McClelland. ___ These tie-dye meets kaleidoscope type images are really great, but I especially like that they have been created with ink that … Continue reading
Some random photos of things I have recently been working on and places I have been visiting. ___ If you haven’t already; feel free to follow me on: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin
Tornado : Made of inflated truck tire inner tubes, steel, and concrete, by Berlin-based, German artist and sculptor Michael Sailstorfer. Attributed to the 2011 tornado, it is a magnificent sculpture which towers over 30 feet and which will be on … Continue reading
Modern ceramic art sculptures by Danish artist and ceramicist Michael Geertsen. ___ I really love the colors, shapes, and forms of these energetic and freshly unique sculptures. Their colors are fun, their details impeccable, their silhouettes evocative, and their general form … Continue reading
Some of my recent sketches… Can you guess which works these sketches are of? Hover over images to see. If you haven’t already; feel free to follow me on: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin ___ Because we are all so … Continue reading
Cristal : A mid-century cast bronze sculpture by French born artist Jean (Hans) Arp. Originally conceived in 1938 and cast as a limited edition of 5 in 1959. ___ I love how architectural this piece is and I am paralytically … Continue reading
Untitled: A 2009 cast resin polymer sculpture by NYC based American artist Aaron Young. On auction Sep 23, 2011 at Phillips De Pury & Company. ___ This is just how I feel today. Invigorated!
1990’s colored acrylic sculptures by East Hampton based American artist and sculptor Norman Mercer. ___ Hardly is there anything more elegant than handsomely shaped towers of translucent color. Don’t you agree?
Two days later; Hurricane Irene came and went, thankfully leaving NYC intact with hardly any damages to take note of. To avoid any trouble, I had evacuated my Brooklyn apartment over the weekend and went upstate where I hoped to … Continue reading
Soundsuit dance costumes by American artist, sculptor, and dance performer Nick Cave. ___ Although I have never heard of Nick, nor have I ever come across any of his work before, I really am glad that a misspelled … Continue reading
Street Art Fun! For the concerning environmentalist, the paint spilled on this Berlin intersection was water-based and environmentally friendly.
After reading the “Bright as Neon” post from Miss Moss this morning, I couldn’t resist sharing these fun neon colored paintings from Berlin Based artist Yago Hortal. Thank you Diane for sharing!
July Fourth is just around the corner, and so in good patriotic spirit, expect several Americana themed posts for the next few days or so. ___ Tell me which one is your favorite and why. Email me at thebohmerian(at)gmail.com or … Continue reading
Accession II, a 1967 sculpture by German born American Post-minimalist Sculptor Eva Hesse. A la lata chair, a 2007 lounge chair made of recycled aluminum can tabs, designed by Colombian born industrial designer Carlos Alberto Montana Hoyos.
Gathered : A personal photo of the “Gathered” installation by Brooklyn born Photographer and artist Lorna Simpson, which is now on display at the Brooklyn Museum. ___ Of the millions of digital images that are being uploaded to the Internet … Continue reading
reOrder: An architectural environment by Situ Studio now on display at the Brooklyn Museum. ___ Soft and bright, tall and inviting, fresh and playful, those are only some of the words that would best help me describe this imaginative installation. … Continue reading