Nick Frank is a Germany based photographer and art director who photographs urban architecture in Munich. The Mira series showcases vibrant color blocking in an urban landscape environment. Here, the stunning colors and geometric structures are beautifully explored. Also check out Nick Frank’s black and white series ‘Space and Beyond’ which we featured last week!
French artist Baptiste deBombourg (of stapler fame) has added some new pieces to his Aggravures series, even more intricate and intense than the 35,000 to 450,000 staples he used before. These were unveiled for his recently launched solo exhibit Agony in the Garden at
I got a chance to visit Documenta 13 (100 days, 200 artists and 400 paintings) while in Germany, but because it is so spread out, it was impossible to see everything. I did however, get a chance to see Geoffrey Farmer‘s “Leaves of Grass” exhibit at the Neue, an amazing fete, completely engrossing, a piece which [...]
Awhile back we featured Josep Schulz’s “Sign Out” series, here is a selection of works from his “sachliches” and “formen” groups of work. In these works he photographs actual industrial architecture and edits/manipulates in order to place these buildings in a green field, to remove entrances, windows, or lettering on the factory workshops, and also [...]
Written by Guest Blogger Natalie Unterschuetz & Dominique Heiermann Dear Bike-Fetishists, please give some attention to a ride, that doesn’t only look completely wicked and gives you a great feeling when riding it, but is also high of quality. The German liquor factory ‘Partisan-Vodka from Belarus’ summoned a special competition to create two different bikes [...]
‘Taking a closer look at this may result in a passive or an active design’. Jack in the Box by 45Kilo is a tool-furniture, it allows you to create flexible and structured working conditions. It can be a lighting object, something to load mobile phones or both. Jack in the box gives all your
The work Folds by Robert Seidel for the Lindenau Museum (Altenburg, Germany) may be understood as a rapprochement with the history of the museum’s collection of plaster casts. Seidel was particularly interested in the ancient, fragmented bodies – how through the loss of limbs they became almost abstract, fragmentary sculptures and
It looks like German photographers are talented in capturing (and finding) minimalist landscapes. After featuring the awesome minimalist photographs of Berlin based Matthias Heiderich 3 times already, here is Klaus Leontjew, another German photographer with awesome colorful and geometric compositions.