Written by Guest Blogger Madeline Rudin Every so often, animal activists disregard a controversial deer head mounted on the wall, or look past a lady with a fox fur coat. “Orson, I’m Home” a limited edition 5-part series of taxidermy tables by Armin Blasbichler, makes turning a blind eye nearly impossible.
Who are we? What happens next? I’m sure we’ve all asked ourselves these questions at some point, and the answer…well, I can’t say I’ve figured that out yet. Artist Hollis Brown Thornton has taken these questions into serious consideration and uses his work as a way to explore life’s uncertainties. The main themes used include [...]
Is contrast the greatest teacher? Artist Olivia Steele seems to think so, and her lyrical neon sculptures certainly do bring one into a moment of enlightenment. Steele is a conceptual artist working to question modern culture and our innate perceptions. By placing provocative neon statements in
There’s no better source of inspiration than one’s own world. Glenn Martens broke into the fashion world with his debut collection for A/W 2012-2013 by doing just that: dissecting his personal preferations and settling down the codes he wished to follow for all the future seasons. As he states to Trendland,
Much like watching an indie film at Cannes or Sundance, this picturesque dream-like sequence of images brings you into the moment; their moment. An overwhelming feeling of love met, love chased, and love missed leaves a permanent imprint in one’s mind. Grainy images of still life and characters of anonymity fused with an ambient soundtrack [...]