Category Archives: art

+ Robert Longo – Charcoal Drawings & more

We found these amazing charcoal drawings by Robert Longo (currently residing in Brooklyn, NY with his family) via Bauldoff a great blog by designer Joe Bauldoff. These drawings are truely amazing and would love to see them in real life

+ Robert Longo – Charcoal Drawings & more

We found these amazing charcoal drawings by Robert Longo (currently residing in Brooklyn, NY with his family) via Bauldoff a great blog by designer Joe Bauldoff. These drawings are truely amazing and would love to see them in real life

+ Desiree Dolron Photography

Xteriors VIII (2001-2008) Xteriors II (2001-2008) Xteriors VII (2001-2008) Xteriors XIII (2001-2008) A while back I created this post but never actually posted it online. Desiree Dolron is a fantastic photographer from The Netherlands, born in 1963 in Haarlem. She

+ Desiree Dolron Photography

Xteriors VIII (2001-2008) Xteriors II (2001-2008) Xteriors VII (2001-2008) Xteriors XIII (2001-2008) A while back I created this post but never actually posted it online. Desiree Dolron is a fantastic photographer from The Netherlands, born in 1963 in Haarlem. She

+ Yang Maoyuan

We saw Yang Maoyuan’s work for the first time last year in Berlin at the Alexander Ochs Galleries, which is located both in Berlin and Bejing. They represent Yang Maoyuan’s work. Yang was born in Dalian, Liaoning Province in China

+ Yang Maoyuan

We saw Yang Maoyuan’s work for the first time last year in Berlin at the Alexander Ochs Galleries, which is located both in Berlin and Bejing. They represent Yang Maoyuan’s work. Yang was born in Dalian, Liaoning Province in China

+ Thorsten Brinkmann

  The work of Thorsten Brinkmann was featured in the latest issue of Damn Magazine I believe. Thorsten was born in Stuttgart Germany. He is represented by Kunstagenten based in Berlin. I wasn’t familiar with his work until this week, and

+ Thorsten Brinkmann

  The work of Thorsten Brinkmann was featured in the latest issue of Damn Magazine I believe. Thorsten was born in Stuttgart Germany. He is represented by Kunstagenten based in Berlin. I wasn’t familiar with his work until this week, and

+ – Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s “Triumph of the Sign”

  Paradise Row presents Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s  first solo show”Triumph of the Sign”  from 3 Apr – 2 May 2009. Throughout his ground breaking career as a fashion designer, Castelbajac has employed a strategy of ‘cultural hijacking’- the appropriation, recycling and synthesis of images, signs,

+ – Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s “Triumph of the Sign”

  Paradise Row presents Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s  first solo show”Triumph of the Sign”  from 3 Apr – 2 May 2009. Throughout his ground breaking career as a fashion designer, Castelbajac has employed a strategy of ‘cultural hijacking’- the appropriation, recycling and synthesis of images, signs,

+ Henrique Oliveira’s – Found Wood Sculptures

Tapumes, 2006, Rio de Janeiro Just found this work by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s first solo show in the US opens at Houston’s Rice Gallery on 26 March. Oliveira uses wood collected from the streets of São Paulo to create

+ Henrique Oliveira’s – Found Wood Sculptures

Tapumes, 2006, Rio de Janeiro Just found this work by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s first solo show in the US opens at Houston’s Rice Gallery on 26 March. Oliveira uses wood collected from the streets of São Paulo to create

+ Motoi Yamamoto Salt Sculptures

Amazing labyrinths of salt made by Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto What makes some of these pieces even more spectacular in my opinion are the broken walls of salt and the piles of salt behind the labyrinths. It just gives us

+ Motoi Yamamoto Salt Sculptures

Amazing labyrinths of salt made by Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto What makes some of these pieces even more spectacular in my opinion are the broken walls of salt and the piles of salt behind the labyrinths. It just gives us