Like to thank Chris Hayner, Cokau Lab and Khoi Nguyen for helping with the opening and closing credits. Lori Farnum with all the awesome graphic design work. As well to all my wonderful artist that challenged, inspired and motivated me to push myself to show a small glimpse of their brillance. Tip of the hat my Talent Freaks.
If you have yet to watch the web series (what the hell is wrong with you) you can view the entire first season here.
Over the past few weeks in a wooded area around Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, UK—a city known for quirky architecture and annual art festivals—three sculptures were surreptitiously carved into a number of felled trees by an unknown artist. These were not crude, amateur wood carvings, but clearly the work of an accomplished sculptor that the Daily Mail called “an anonymous Banksy-style guerrilla artist”.
I want this artist for Talent Freaks.
Re-installation of “Building 3 Steps” at MACE /// The installation “Building 3 Steps” (first presented in Lisbon in 2006/07) was re-installed within MACE – the Contemporary Art Museum in Elvas, Portugal, which houses the António Cachola Collection, where it now belongs. One of the Diorama pieces in styrofoam is also being showcased alongside it. The current display will remain there for a year in the permanent collection exhibition.
Sometimes an artist creates something so beautifully simple that it takes your breath away…. literally. (hack line – couldn’t help it) Artist Jason de Caires Taylor creates life-size cement sculptures of people and submerges them into the waters of South America. As time passes [….]
This is absolutely beautiful and such a creative idea.
This is pretty incredible
A short about what’s inside a man’s head while going thru the “process” of ideation and creation. Combining the editorial of a range of elements including RED footage, CG, Mograph, and sound design.
Incredible and accurate!