Category: Art

Yuri Suzuki

I need to apologize to you for not posting any of this guy’s work sooner! I swore that I did but when I was looking for the backlinks I realized I did not 🙁 Yuri Suzuki has done some of my favorite installation works that I’ve seen maybe ever. He is a very multi-disciplined creator


WOW! This is essentially an interface that requires only a computer, a webcam, a printer and a lot of ideas. The D-Touch sequencer and drum machine are available for FREE (both Mac and PC versions). Just watch the video and definitely go to their site. Simply amazing.

Serpentine Pavillion 2009

This year’s pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery is one of the best pieces of architecture constructed this year. Designed by the team SANAA, this structure is meant to reflect on the natural environment of the park both figuratively and literally. The amoeba-like form seems to naturally flow as if it were water or a cloud.

Video Game Hell/Heaven

Interesting piece by German studio Muscle Beaver. I guess with a name like that you need to be dope…really, dope! Which they happen to be. Really good quality work on all fronts and a good range of styles.

Warped space

I’m really feeling this project. I’ve seen similar methods of using an optical illusion to transform architectural space and have wanted to explore that stuff myself. This is just one of the best landscaping solutions I’ve ever seen for a tight space. Great work by Faulders Studio from Berkley, CA.

Lou Beach

I think this guy is a modern incarnation of Hieronymus Bosch. Seriously, this guys stuff is just weird, fun, witty, deep and layered with meaning and interpretation. Lou Beach’s work is no secret though and new pieces are published on a consistent basis the same as they have been for over 30 years. Beach’s illustrations

Terry Rodgers

I love these guys work. Mostly because his paintings are like snapshots from my personal life as an international player…Ok, the secret’s out! Don’t be you can see, it’s just a bunch of sexy people lounging around naked, drinking champagne and smoking cigarettes. I don’t even like cigarettes! “Rodgers’ current work focuses on portraying

New and Old songs of tomorrow

Just want to post a couple goodies real quick. First up is a killer version of the Eagles’ classic “I Can’t Tell You Why” by none other than Chromeo!!?? Next is one of my favorite songs by the late great Sun Ra. After going to see King Britt & crew do their amazing “Saturn Never