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The World by Paula Scher

December 11, 2010

Christopher Jobson

The World is a new painting by Paula Scher that is available as a 16-panel set or as a full image over at 20×200.

The World is a painting about information overload. It depicts the world as swirling information that is always changing, often inaccurate, while somewhat illuminating. It is expressionistic information.

You can purchase the full set of 16 prints, or order single panels that will be selected at random and shipped to you. A full one-third of the proceeds will benefit Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum.

 

 



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Pascal Mohlmann’s Gallery of Idiots

December 4, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Over the past several years Pascal Mohlmann has been speed painting friends and colleagues in Zurich for his Gallery of Idiots. The sessions last no longer than 30-60 minutes while Pascal works as quickly as possible on each portrait. The rest of his work is incredible albeit NSFW. (via marieaunet)

 

 



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Floppy Disk Portraits by Nick Gentry

November 9, 2010

Christopher Jobson

New work by London-based artist Nick Gentry who paints on recycled floppy disks.

 

 



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The Maniacal Grins of Yue Minjun

November 1, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Was delighted to stumble upon the works of Yue Minjun, who paints and sculpts himself in various settings frozen in laughter. Minjun’s painting Execution is the most expensive work sold by a Chinese contemporary artist.

 

 



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Portrait Artist Alexandre Farto Finds Human Faces in Walls

October 12, 2010

Christopher Jobson

UK artist Alexandre Farto using a subtractive technique to expose images in walls. (via today and tomorrow)