Via @JuxtapozMag - Legos as album cover art by Aaron Savage. Pictured here is staff favorite - David Bowie.
In his ‘Cement Eclipses’ series, artist Isaac Cordal sculpts small figures in cement and arranges them in subtle, public scenarios within urban and desolate landscapes to be found by the watchful passerby. Cleverly playing off city architecture, natural elements and disaster locations, the figures are fashioned in military uniforms or business attire and engage in motionless activities that utilizes their chosen environments, creating an incredible miniature world that draws at times a somber yet intriguing parallel to our own.
man the shit you find if you google your name. here is some more older work i just found on the blog www.fakediamondsclothing.com i have not seen some of this in years. also as a side note. david cook that won american idol can choke on a bag of dicks. i hate every time i search myself i see his ugly ass mug. if he could never put out another record that would be awesome to.
A Yoga Sand Sculpture
Similar to a camera capturing multiple exposures in a single image, artist Katie Grinnancreated this sculptural time-lapse of her body moving through a daily yoga routine using sand, plastic, and enamel. The end result is representative of both time and form as each split second is layered onto the last creating what is both a singular figure and many. Ginnan describes this as an exploration of “peripersonal” space. “Mirage focuses on the concept of peripersonal space, the space that your body encompasses at its most extended point in every direction, which describes the body’s potential boundary.”
Bic Biro on 1920’s Egyptian envelope. sold
Once upon a time n2 110x80. mixed media on paper.