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Torafu’s Haunted Art Gallery for Kids at the Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art

August 18, 2013

Christopher Jobson

In an attempt to better engage the youngest visitors to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, Torafu Architects created a special art gallery just for kids called Haunted House. On entering the exhibition a few familiar artworks appear hung in frames around a large white cube, but something is clearly amiss as everything appears to be moving. The eyes in a portrait dart back and forth, a pair of hands emerges from Mona Lisa’s face and…

 

 



Art Design Food

A Hilltop Solarium Made with Panels of Caramelized Sugar by William Lamson

June 7, 2013

Christopher Jobson

William Lamson, Solarium, 2012. Steel, glass, sugar, plants. 10′ 10″ x 8′ 11″ x 10′ 3 3⁄8 in. (330.2 x 271.8 x 313 cm). Courtesy the artist and Pierogi Gallery. © Storm King Art Center William Lamson, Solarium, 2012. Steel, glass, sugar, plants. 10′ 10″ x 8′ 11″ x 10′ 3 3⁄8 in. (330.2 x 271.8 x 313 cm). Courtesy the artist and Pierogi Gallery. © Storm King Art Center William Lamson,…

 

 



Design

Green Box is a Private Building Designed to be Consumed by Vegetation

May 14, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Designed by Italian firm Act Romegialli Architects, Green Box is a small camouflaged garage for a private residence situated on the Raethian Alps. While the interior is organized into a gardening room, cooking area, and a small dining/hang out space, it’s the exterior that makes this contemporary hobbit home pretty remarkable. The architects created a lightweight skeleton of galvanized metal and steel wire for the sole purpose of…

 

 



Design

A Chandelier that Projects Tree Shadows

May 12, 2013

Christopher Jobson

This remarkable chandelier from Hilden & Diaz projects a 360° shadow of trees and roots onto the walls surrounding it. Titled Forms in Nature the light was partly inspired by the drawings of Ernst Haeckel, the German biologist, naturalist, and philosopher (among other things) who is perhaps most famous for discovering thousands of new animal species and mapping them to a genealogical “tree of life”. Hilden & Diaz describe…

 

 



Animation

Blown Minded: A Painted Music Video for Young Galaxy by Carine Khalife

May 10, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Montreal-based visual artist Carine Khalife produced, directed, animated this music video for the 2011 track Blown Minded, off the album Shapeshifting by Young Galaxy. The entire clip is comprised of oil paint on glass photographed above from a camera. Khalife explains her process a bit more on her site: Basically, my technique was to paint on a piece of glass fixed to a light box. I would paint on the glass with oil so that it wouldn’t dry,…

 

 



Art

The Colored Pencil Drawings of Marco Mazzoni Depict the Cycles of Nature

April 22, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Milan-based artist Marco Mazzoni works almost exclusively with colored pencils to create intricate drawings that depict the cycles of nature and worlds based heavily in Italian folklore. One of his most frequent subjects are drawings of flora and fauna who seem to be consuming or living on top of the face of a woman whose eyes we never see. The artist says he consciously does not depict the eyes so the viewer doesn’t consider the artwork…

 

 



Music

Massive Rube Goldberg Chain Reaction for A-Trak & Tommy Trash’s ‘Tuna Melt’

April 19, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Here’s a fun new music video for A-Trak & Tommy Trash’s ‘Tuna Melt‘. The Rube Goldberg device moves through almost every room of the The Ohage House in St. Paul, MN as dominoes crash, paper airplanes fly, and submarines chug along underwater. I couldn’t say for sure if it was all shot in one take, but there are some fantastic sequences regardless. The video was directed by Ryan Staake and most of the dominoes…