An ambiguous animation painted on public walls
Six days ago Blu posted Muto on Vimeo and since then it has been watched a quarter of a million times. Personally, I would love to know more about the process.
YOUNGME – NOWME
then…now. Colorwars 2008 is having a photo competition called youngmenowme. There is something very touching about this simple concept.
This is a great community art project!
I tied a disposable camera to a bench with a sign that read:
I attached this camera to the bench so you could take pictures. Seriously. So have fun. I’ll be back later this evening to pick it up.
Love, Jay / The Plug
When I retrieved the camera that night, I was happy to find that the entire roll of film had been shot. Below are the photos that were taken.
The Plug – Stranger Photos Have Happened
NYC is Pretty
I was image google-ing NYC maps the other day and I came across this beautiful map of our city.
The blog it’s from, strange maps, has lots of other interesting (yet not as beautiful) content.
Stephan G. Bucher’s book, 100 Days of Monsters, came out this month. His work is fun and surprising. You can watch videos of his monster making process; definitely more fun then youtube. You can get all other sorts of goodies at his Store 344.
Oded Ezra knows how to have fun with type. These are from a series called “Biotypography.” I also love his “Tortured Letters” series; check it out.
A LIRR Conductor demonstrated an innovative and artful practice inspired by his occupation. Very Cute.
Harper, Charley Harper.
The extraordinary wildlife artist, Charley Harper, recently passed away at age 84. His legacy of minimalistic, geometrically-intricate, depictions of nature have recently been compiled by Todd Oldham.