Monday, November 30, 2009

N E W K N I T

I finished my scarf today!!
it is about 12 ft. long and wraps around 4-5 times

I looooove it!

Color Me Timbers

Color Me Timbers was a art/music event put on by The Great Mundane + 18andCounting in Portland OR
about 28 artists (including me!) contributed drawings that were then colored in by anyone and everyone on November 20th.

click HERE to see a list of artists that participated
and if you're facebooking, go HERE to see photos from the event and some of the colored drawings, which are all really great.

before:
after:

Sunday, November 29, 2009

braided

pretty pretty braids and pretty pretty scarves
and one headband



DAN FUNDERBURGH

Wallpaper by DAN FUNDERBURGH
see his website HERE
awsome amazing stuff



Friday, November 27, 2009

N E W -- complex geometries

oh! oh! oh!
Complex Geometries spring/summer 10



bigfoot-mold-making: Part 1


Weekly Artist 11/30 -- Ryan McGinley



check out his website H E R E
and click on the images to view the full size version



Thanksgiving

I spent thanksgiving in Loomis this year, and this is what it looked like:


Sunday, November 22, 2009

Weekly Artist 11/22 -- Gelitin


this week: G E L I T I N
website --> here 
it just doesn't get much better than giant rabbits...



Friday, November 20, 2009

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Monday, November 16, 2009

Weekly Artist 11/16 -- Scott Hewicker


Scott Hewicker was also in the group show at David Cunningham Projects.
Check out his website H E R E




Sonja Nilsson

Last week I saw this piece by Sonja Nilsson in the group show, JIGSAWMENTALLAMA at David Cunningham Projects , and it blew my mind.
If you are in San Francisco GO SEE IT!

the show is up until 12/19/09
1928 Folsom st.
thursday - saturday
noon - 6


Here is a description of the installation (in a different show) from on the artist's website:
In the exhibition Rotes Haus there was a hole smashed into the wall. If you were about to put your head into the hole, you would see a copy from the room from the scene in "The Silence of the Lambs" built in a dollhouse size. In the space between the walls in the middle of the dollhouse room there was a video sequence of me where I danced as the serial killer Buffalo Bill is doing in the scene. The way, in which it was built, the room and the video sequence looked completely three-dimensional. After about a half-minute, you became heavily blinded by a flash. Afterwards you had a still picture of me on your retina that stayed with you in about 10 minutes. The picture didn’t go away even when you closed your eyes.

video

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Pregnant Doll

Sean sent me a link to this website, where I found this amazing thing:


Thursday, November 12, 2009

Tiger Eyed

I've got a new blog!
its called TIGER EYED

The plan is for it to become a blog about all things text based, and intended to go sort of hand in hand with this blog, which has become so visual.
its brand new! so go check it out!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

weekly artist's Weekly Artist

Something a little surreal but totally inevitable happened today, I got an e-mail from a previous weekly artist, Rhys Coren! (Check out the blog post HERE, or go right to his website HERE)
He was nice enough to tell me his favorite artist of the week: Chris Poolman (website HERE(if anything you should check out the "Pizza Apple Color Wheel" its pretty great)

I am quite fond of the "Jeff Koons Car Boot Sale"


Thanks Rhys!

Kacie Lees

Kacie is in California!
and because I get to see her face, you should get to see her art.
go to her website H E R E to see more!



Sunday, November 8, 2009

BONUS Weekly Artist -- Heather Goodchild



This artist's work is somewhat similar to the other artist this week so I thought I would just give them both to you all at once.
See more of Heather's work H E R E