Slovakian artist Terézia Krnáčová produced a series of toast slices called "Everyday Bread," in which each slice is embroidered in a different pattern.
My concept is expression of my personal relationship with textil. I love textil art and I can‘t live a day without it. I made a composition of seven, as there are days in week, dry slides of bread, six of them processing by textil techniques and the seventh is just a slide of bread as Sunday, which is a day of relaxation.
As part of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ “Edward Hopper and the American Hotel” exhibition, the curators have created a brilliant installation and visitor experience that’s seemingly made for Instagram. They built a physical version of Hopper’s above painting “Western Hotel” (1957) and offered overnight stays inside the artwork. The overnight packages sold out […]
Portal Icosahedron is a sculpture by Anthony James, “famous for setting fire to a Ferrari in a birch forest.” Created with steel, glass and LED lights, the mirrors within generate an incredible repeating view of its own structure without including the observer or the exterior. It reminded me at one of William Chyr’s new game, […]
A light box is an excellent tool for illustrators. It allows you to place a sheet of paper with a sketch on it, then place another piece of paper on top of it, and trace the original drawing. A lot of artists do a pencil sketch on a sheet of paper, then use a nicer […]
Things break, and even in this disposable world, there’s a need to fix them. Up until recently, that’s been the crusty bottle of glue in your junk drawer, which is just as liable to coat your fingers as the thing you actually want to repair. Looks like there’s finally a Star Trek-level solution on the […]
Paying for things is all too easy online these days, and that’s why managing your money has gotten so hard. We’ve all done it: You sign up for a streaming subscription or gym membership, blow past the free trial date, and it becomes a part of your monthly expenses. Some of us juggle so many […]
We all know those gifts we get “for the kids,” the ones that parents are secretly more excited to open. Drones are a perfect example, but there’s a model out there that really doubles down on that appeal. Introducing the Space Fighter Building Block Drones, a series of space fighter drones that are a blast […]