My Next Coffee Table Book – Studio Olafur Eliasson: An Encyclopedia

Sam and I saw his exhibit last October at the SF Moma – Eliasson’s work is amazing bc he uses natural elements like light and water to create art that elicits an emotional response in people. Amazon

I really want to take a trip to NY to see The Waterfalls that both Mary S and Grace (sis) had previously blogged about. “In developing ‘The New York City Waterfalls,’ I have tried to work with today’s complex notion of public spaces,” Eliasson says. “The Waterfalls appear in the midst of the dense social, environmental and political tissue that makes up the heart of New York City. They will give people the possibility to reconsider their relationship to these spectacular surroundings and I hope they will evoke experiences that are both individual and enhance a sense of collectivity.”

Beautiful pictures on Flickr by dietrich Eliasson was also one of the first blogs we posted at the Met. This is our 4th! If you have some time check this SFMOMA page out.



January 21, 2017

Fluttering Paper Birds Intricately Cut From Old Maps and Atlases

With vintage maps and aged atlases as her guides, London-based artist Claire Brewster crafts airy and ethereal avian cut-outs. Her colorful collection of paper birds play with negative space and silhouettes to illustrate the elegant aesthetic of birds in flight. Each figure features intricately carved feathers that appear to delicately flutter. With extended wings and alternating positions, the birds demonstrate the unique gestures of flying birds.

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January 20, 2017

Quirky Knit Gloves Reveal Unexpected Images When Placed Together

Istanbul-based Etsy shop Talking Gloves creates quirky knits with a picture-perfect twist. When placed side-by-side, the palms of each pair of cute gloves unexpectedly forms a single picture, putting a cozy and contemporary spin on the age-old diptych. Each pair of crafty gloves features two stitched designs: one on the left glove, and one on the right.

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