Tag: art

Haring’s Journal

If you grew up in the 80′s and early 90′s, like me, then Keith Haring was probably a large part of your early art education. He was the artist, our Warhol, and then he was gone. That’s how I remember it anyway. The Brooklyn Museum is putting on a great exhibition of the artist’s early [...]

June 08 / 2012
Author John
Category Illustration
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Simon Harsnet

The title of Simon Harnet’s project, Melt: Portrait of an Iceberg, can be a little misleading. While it is certainly a descriptive title, it might also project global warming as the primary cause. Icebergs are certainly the first thing we think of whenever global warming is the topic, however, it is impossible to know if [...]

May 01 / 2012
Author John
Category Photography
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Shadow Art by Fred Eerdekens

Had to feature the work I saw today on typetoken by Belgian artist Fred Eerdekens. Dubbed “shadow images,” Eerdekens bends and twists metal, cuts shapes out of cardboard and found objects, then strategically places all of his materials in such a way that will create typographic messages when lit a certain way. Much like the [...]

March 16 / 2012
Author John
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