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Can you handle this lingerie?

Posted in visual art on June 23, 2010 by inge08

Ron Mueck is ‘playing it big’

Posted in visual art on December 28, 2009 by inge08

Ron Mueck is an Australian hyperrealist sculptor. his career started as a model maker and puppeteer for children’s television and films. Labyrinth, one of my childhood absolute favorite movie was one of them.

his recent work in realistic sculptures, which look perfect from all angles, is outstanding. despite their size they reproduce every single detail of human body.

Noma Bar

Posted in visual art on December 6, 2009 by inge08

amazing collection of illustration/graphic design by an israeli artist Noma Bar. each and every of his images has an equally interesting optical illusion. impressive and smart. one of the best things i’ve seen in a long time.

Mr. Alan Clarke

Posted in visual art on November 27, 2009 by inge08

artist & person as stated on his website

i enter into another dimension when i’m discovering work like this. it just takes me somewhere where i feel i need to whisper. it’s so subtle, you have to whisper … and it’s sweet and tender like sugar foam…and you can eat it as much as you want without getting sick.


what do you say…

Posted in visual art on November 27, 2009 by inge08



    if there was less of this …      


and more of this?


Installations by Martin Creed

Rebecca Dautremer

Posted in visual art on November 27, 2009 by inge08

i was browsing through one of the bookstores and i came across this children book with amazing illustrations. Rebecca Dautremer is a french illustrator on the rise. her work reminds me a little of Nicoletta Ceccoli’s illustrations, but with a sharper twist. truly inspirational.


Obey Giant – taking propaganda to the next level

Posted in visual art on September 11, 2009 by inge08

Obey Giant is a street art campaign based on a design by Shepard Fairey. at the beginning stickers were distributed by the skater community and were slowly emerging all over the U.S.A.

Shepard’s campaign can be seen as an experiment in Phenomenology, which aim is to reawaken a sense of wonder about one’s environment. with the campaing he wanted to stimulate curiosity and bring people to question, provoke thought and possible frustration – what is going on?

’till now the artwork has been reused in many variations and has become world known, following in the footsteps of World War II icon “Kilroy Was Here”.

Everyone knows Shepard from the 2008 U.S. presidential election for which he created  Barack Obama “HOPE” poster. i hope, there is hope…

expo-shepard-fairey   shepard-fairey-say-yes