I love old signage and theater marquees. Océane Buret, a recent transport from Paris, has beautifully captured LA’s most historic and famous landmarks with just a point and shoot camera. Don’t you wish they still made them like they used to?
With a rake as his only tool, San Francisco based artist Andreas Amador creates large scale sand paintings primarily on beaches along the California coast. Andreas usually waits for a full moon to make sure the ocean’s tides are low enough for him to complete his designs before they’re permanently washed away. Honestly beautiful.
After seven years of painting 30 van portraits, Artist Kevin Cyr will be having a solo exhibition at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City from May 19 through June 16, 2012. Inspired by vintage vans spotted throughout Brooklyn and Queens, Kevin is especially partial to derelict Chevys and dinged up Fords from the 70s. The more character the van has, the more fun it is to paint!
I still can’t get over how Alberto Seveso can make something as simple as ink in water look so captivating. Each photo, in his latest series, captures duos of vibrant pigments, entwining in the most breathtaking and sensual way. Honestly, wonderful.
Can you guess what your sign is, just by looking at these stylish characters?
Honestly…WTF?! I need to stay in this half graffiti and half stark white room, created by artist Tilt, in the Au Vieux Panier in Marseille, France. Each year, the hotel commissions artists, graphic designers, and painters to redesign five rooms inside the hotel. Each artist is given full “carte blanche” to do as they please. The idea is to offer artists a three-dimensional canvas and for hotel guests to experience art first hand. I must make it there within the year, before it’s gone!