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Clark Goolsby

March 15, 2011

Christopher Jobson

New work from artist Clark Goolsby for his solo show Strange/Love, at POVevolving Gallery in Los Angeles last month. Here’s a short video showing how he installed the larger piece, Dead Man.

 

 



Vinyl LP Birds

March 15, 2011

Christopher Jobson

New York artist Paul Villinski is seemingly obsessed with flight. It has driven him to personally man the cockpits of paragliders and sailplanes and it permeates his artwork which ranges from elegant installations of butterflies made from recycled beer cans and wheelchairs converted to airplanes. The above images are from a 2010 installation called Diaspora in which he crafted dozens of vinyl LP records into a flock of dispersing birds. (via domestica)

 

 



Ian Burns

March 14, 2011

Christopher Jobson

A new installation by Ian Burns from the Armory Show. Light skewed through magnifying glasses to create letters. (via fecal face)

 

 



Broken Skateboard Deck Skulls

March 11, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Oh heck yes. Skulls cut from broken skateboard decks by Beto Janz. (via designspiration)

 

 



Interactive Video Projection Mapping on Sculptures

March 10, 2011

Christopher Jobson

I’ve tried to lay low on the abundance of video projection mapping projects that have flooded art and design blogs the past year or so, and I think I surrendered only once to Macula’s Prague clock. And then this awesome project appeared in my inbox this morning. A collaboration between Sober Industries and Studio Rewind who decided to point the video projectors elsewhere, onto customized wood-paneled sculptures of animals.

Both sculptures were projected with mapped visuals. New in this project was the interactive part. The spectators were able to control the visuals projected by a custom made cubicle with motion sensors and buttons. By tilting the cubicle the color of the visuals changed and the buttons were used to skip through the visuals and to create other effects like blending and scratching. The sculptures are made entirely out of wood and can be disassembled to smaller pieces which are more easy to transport.

Awesome work. (thnx, Tim!)

 

 



Daniel Arsham

March 9, 2011

Christopher Jobson

New work from artist Daniel Arsham (previously) that was on display at the Armory Show. Photos courtesy Fecal Face and bendvalentine.

 

 



London 2012 sculpture made from 31,010 coins

March 9, 2011

Christopher Jobson

UK agency PrettyGreen made this awesome sign for Cadbury’s Race Season, a challenge to find the world’s fastest racers including the world’s fastest coin stacker. The work required the expertise of several 2D and 3D artists and took five days to construct utilizing 31,010 coins. Check out the making of video to see how they did it. (thnx, andy!)

 

 

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