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‘Joy of Reading’: A New Book of Illustrations by Christoph Niemann Promotes Free Press

 Illustration #books #news December 9, 2019 Grace Ebert Illustrator Christoph Niemann (previously) has released The Paper, a book celebrating what he calls “the joy of reading magazines and newspapers.” The wordless book totals 194 pages and features pink, black, and white illustrations that depict people engrossed in magazines and newspapers. One couple lays with …

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Geometric Volumes and Humanoid Figures Shape-Shift in a New Animation by Guldies

 Animation #abstract #faces #stop motion December 9, 2019 Laura Staugaitis [embedded content] Malleable sculptures formed from plasticine topple, bounce, and shape-shift between geometric volumes and humanoid figures in UTOPIA, a new stop motion animation. The minimalist short film is set on a plain aqua-toned background with a restricted clay color palette of white, pink, …

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Figures From Classical Paintings Experience Contemporary Life in Collages by Alexey Kondakov

 Art #art history #collage #humor December 7, 2019 Andrew LaSane Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov (previously) lifts figures out of classical paintings and drops them into modern-day photographs. Elegantly posed in dynamic lighting, his figures commute on public transit, dance in nightclubs, and peek around corners in otherwise mundane digital collages. The juxtaposition of the …

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Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

 Art #installation #landscapes #nature #plants #sculpture December 6, 2019 Grace Ebert Max Hooper Schneider‘s formal training in marine biology and landscape architecture is apparent in his recent installation titled “Hammer Projects.” Schneider’s work features rich landscapes overflowing with colorful natural elements that are interspersed with human objects, like a container of cheese balls, a …

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Fantastical Worlds Created with Dappled Brush Strokes by Illustrator James R. Eads

 Animation Art Illustration #colors #drawing #landscapes #painting #virtual reality December 6, 2019 Laura Staugaitis Illustrator James R. Eads (previously) incorporates elements of Impressionism and fantasy in his colorful landscapes. The Los Angeles-based artist builds imagined worlds with vibrant, short brush strokes, often featuring exotic birds, half-sunken boats, and swirling star-filled skies. Eads shares with …

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Intricate Battleships by Atsushi Adachi are Constructed from Vintage Newspaper

 Craft Design #memory #newspapers #sculpture December 6, 2019 Johnny Waldman All photographs (c) Atsushi Adachi, shared with permission The Japanese visual artist Atsushi Adachi creates miniature replicas of objects from the past using old newspaper clippings and articles sourced from the same period. Artifacts from history like battleships and Neil Armstrong’s space suit come alive …

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Colored Micrographs Magnify Pollen Seeds, Plant Cells, and Leaf Structures in Photographs by Rob Kesseler

 Photography Science #climate change #leaves #nature #plants #seeds December 5, 2019 Grace Ebert All photographs (c) Rob Kesseler, shared with permission Using scanning electron microscopy and a mix of microscopic, scientific, digital, and manual processes, artist Rob Kesseler develops colored micrographs of the intricate patterns within pollen and seed grains, plant cells, and leaf …