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Stained Glass Windows Made from Stacked Laser-Cut Paper by Eric Standley

August 6, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Virginia-based artist Eric Standley (previously) brings a whole new meaning to the term "cutting edge" with his methodical stained glass windows created entirely from laser-cut paper. Standley stacks well over 100 sheets for many of his pieces which involve months of planning, drawing, and assembly. The artist says his inspiration comes from the geometry found in Gothic and Islamic architectural ornamentation which he somewhat jokingly calls "folk math." Standley currently has work as part of "Fold, Paper, Scissors" at the Mesa Arts Center in Arizona, and is an included artist…

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History Photography

Eerie Photos of North Brother Island, the Last Unknown Place in New York City

May 23, 2014

Johnny Waldman

How does an island in New York City’s East River go from being notoriously feared, almost 100 years ago, to being completely forgotten about today? That’s the story behind North Brother Island, the subject of photographer Christopher Payne’s new photo book. A 10-minute boat ride from the Bronx’s Barretto Point Park, North Brother Island originally housed Riverside Hospital between the 1880s and 1930s. While in operation, the hospital served hundreds of patients who suffered from extremely communicable diseases, including smallpox, typhus, scarlet fever and even leprosy. It was also where "Typhoid Mary" was quarantined, and where she eventually died. In…

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Photography

Mysterious Landscapes of People Exploring the World by Nicolas Bouvier

June 24, 2014

Christopher Jobson

To explore the photography of French art director and concept designer Nicolas Bouvier is to become lost in strange new world, the inhabitants of which are dwarfed by the towering silhouettes of tree and mountains, or swallowed completely by eerie fog and haze. Though these landscapes are indeed real, shot in locations mostly in the Pacific Northwestern U.S., it may not be surprising that Bouvier's day job is pure science fiction: he creates stunning concept art and illustrations for video games like Halo and Assassin's Creed. While his concept art has gathered wide acclaim (he's currently publishing a third book…

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Art

Chicago Artist Mends Potholes with Mosaics

May 30, 2014

Christopher Jobson

After one of the most brutal winters in over 30 years, Chicago's streets are pockmarked with an estimated 600,000 gaping potholes, making some streets almost impassable and raising the ire of residents citywide. The issue is so prevalent that the city even created a dedicated Pothole Tracker that shows potholes patched by the Department of Transportation over the last seven days. But some Chicagoans are more proactive and aren't content to wait for help. One such person is artist Jim Bachor who has taken to filling potholes with original tile mosaics. Inspired in part by trips to view ancient art…

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Illustration

Randomly Generated Polygonal Insects by ‘Istvan’ for NeonMob

December 18, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Created by designer 'Istvan' of Chaotic Atmosphere, these geometric insects are a beautiful exercise in fictional biology, code, and digital illustration. The collection of nearly 100 organisms with day/night variations is titled Biotop from Polygonia was made in Cinema 4D using random values within parameters designed by Istvan. You can see the full series over on NeonMob, a digital platform for discovering, collecting, and trading art online. (via Laughing Squid)

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