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washingtonpoststyle:

Phil Kennicott: “How smart was Andy Warhol? Smarter than he looked, smarter than he claimed to be, and smart enough to remain fascinating, frustrating and even infuriating almost a quarter-century after his death.”
Read more on two new Warhol exhibitions in D.C.

washingtonpoststyle:

Phil Kennicott: “How smart was Andy Warhol? Smarter than he looked, smarter than he claimed to be, and smart enough to remain fascinating, frustrating and even infuriating almost a quarter-century after his death.”

Read more on two new Warhol exhibitions in D.C.


dressupvamp:

Sculpture on Barcelona Beach by Rebecca Horn in Barcelona, Spain

dressupvamp:

Sculpture on Barcelona Beach by Rebecca Horn in Barcelona, Spain

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marrypotter:

Navid Baraty Photography

marrypotter:

Navid Baraty Photography


ssdmmfr:

Pontiac “Ghost Car”

“Unveiled at the General Motors Highways and Horizons pavilion at the 1939-40 World’s Fair in New York, the Pontiac ‘Ghost Car’ was buit on the chassis of a 1939 Pontiac Deluxe Six. In collaboration with Rohm & Haas, a chemical company that had recently developed Plexiglass, the concept for a transparent car was conceived and it was the first one ever built in America.”

Photograph by AARON SUMMERFIELD for RM AUCTIONS

More Photos at:

http://twistedsifter.com/2011/06/1939-pontiac-plexiglass-ghost-car/

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tmagazine:

Speak Louder: Nick Cave is an artist who makes costumes for sculpture. Actually, the costumes are the sculptures.

tmagazine:

Speak Louder: Nick Cave is an artist who makes costumes for sculpture. Actually, the costumes are the sculptures.


shinyslingback:

www.dietrichwegner.com
Dietrich Wegner -
Playhouse -
 Polyfil, wood, rope, steel
2008 - 
240 “ x  96 “  x 96 “ 

shinyslingback:

www.dietrichwegner.com

Dietrich Wegner -

Playhouse -

 Polyfil, wood, rope, steel

2008 - 

240 “ x  96 “  x 96 “ 


marysoul:


New York City, Yellow Cabs
by Thomas Richter

marysoul:

New York City, Yellow Cabs

by Thomas Richter


brockdavis:

Art for Esquire magazine.
Piece for Esquire’s Grooming Spectacular: The Ramifications of a bold new haircut - in the October 2011 issue. My good friend Amy Meyer did a fantastic job creating the stallion hairpiece. Model is my friend Gabe. ¡El magnífico semental!

brockdavis:

Art for Esquire magazine.

Piece for Esquire’s Grooming Spectacular: The Ramifications of a bold new haircut - in the October 2011 issue. My good friend Amy Meyer did a fantastic job creating the stallion hairpiece. Model is my friend Gabe. ¡El magnífico semental!


slowlydrifting:

 Svein Nordrum Latern

slowlydrifting:


Svein Nordrum 
Latern


mistermourao:

daily sketch #113

A bit longer this one. Another private commission.



letmypeopleshow:

Where your iPhone ends up:
In his series Permanent Error,now on view at Yossi Milo Gallery, Pieter Hugo photographed people scrounging for e-waste in Agbogbloshie, a massive dump in Ghana with mountains of out-moded computers, computer games, and mobile phones shipped from the West. The locals burn down the components to salvage copper, brass, aluminum and zinc for resale.
Pieter Hugo, Yakubu Al Hasan, Agbogbloshie Market, Accra, Ghana, 2009.©Pieter Hugo, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, and Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town

letmypeopleshow:

Where your iPhone ends up:

In his series Permanent Error,now on view at Yossi Milo GalleryPieter Hugo photographed people scrounging for e-waste in Agbogbloshie, a massive dump in Ghana with mountains of out-moded computers, computer games, and mobile phones shipped from the West. The locals burn down the components to salvage copper, brass, aluminum and zinc for resale.

Pieter Hugo, Yakubu Al Hasan, Agbogbloshie Market, Accra, Ghana, 2009.
©Pieter Hugo, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, and Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town


fyeahwomenartists:

Lesley Dill
Hinged Poem Dress, 1991
M/M on metal arm

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