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Photography

The embroidery of Daniel Kornrumpf

December 20, 2010

Christopher Jobson

When I started working on Colossal in earnest last August I did’t anticipate the rash of embroidery that would eventually makes its way here. This work by Daniel Kornrumpf is astounding.

 

 



Photography

Colin Doyle

December 18, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Lovely images by photographer Colin Doyle out of Austin, Texas. (via i like this blog)

 

 



Art Photography

Chris Larson

December 17, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Phenomenal work from Minnesota artist Chris Larson whose body of work is spread so thinly online it took almost 45 minutes to piece together what I have here. Above we have Shotgun House, sub-zero stills from a short film entitled Deep North, and a wooden replica of the Dukes of Hazzard ’69 Charger crash landing on a replica of unabomber Ted Kaczynski’s Montana refuge (not to mention the space ship he constructed also crashing into said refuge). Rochester Art Center has some nice words:

Chris Larson’s work examines the relationship between humans and machines – sometimes expressed through a moment of impact, sometimes through great toil and effort. His previous sculptures are large wooden constructions of collided objects: in one example, a spaceship nearly flattens a wooden barn; in another, the car from The Dukes of Hazzard TV show, recreated in wood, is smashed into the roof of a replica of Ted Kaczynski’s cabin. These works are filled with metaphors of heroic and anti-heroic acts and of the collision of good and evil in human nature.

 

 



Design Photography

Hovering Object: Serigraph Prints by Mark Brabant

December 16, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Mark Brabant mixes photography and illustration, fact and fiction, to create these wonderful screen prints. Available at his site Hovering Object. (via the poster district)

 

 



Art Photography

Make This Better

December 14, 2010

Christopher Jobson

The folks over at Broken City Lab have created this great installation that will be temporarily installed in locations around Ontario to generate conversations and awareness around areas of urban blight. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve visited local neighborhood blogs here in Chicago to read through the litany of armchair urban planners complaining about what politician or neighborhood group is responsible for fixing which square foot of what block. It’s so uplifting to see art and a little creativity being used as a tool to solve city problems.

 

 



Photography

Romain Laurent

December 13, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Delightfully surreal photos by Romain Laurent.

 

 



Food Photography

Sarah Illenberger

December 10, 2010

Christopher Jobson

A fun series of limited edition prints by German photographer Sarah Illenberger. Her portfolio is chock full of incredible imagery.