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Watch as a 17th Century Portrait Emerges From 200 Years of Discolored Varnish

November 7, 2017

Kate Sierzputowski

…varnish 1/2 pic.twitter.com/yBGNGDcNd7 — Philip Mould (@philipmould) November 6, 2017 The only details known about the mysterious lady in red is from an inscription on the painting that notes she was 36 when the work was completed in 1618. You can watch Mould remove the last bits of varnish from the subject’s face in the short clip below, and follow more of his painting adventures on Twitter. (via Twisted Sifter) A last smear from the chin removed. I will post an image of the completed picture as soon as it is ready. pic.twitter.com/K7TSl2XdqE — Philip Mould (@philipmould) November 6, 2017…

 

 



Art

Colossal x Cinta Vidal Print Release: Urban Evening

October 24, 2017

Laura Staugaitis

…expert printing team at iolabs in Rhode Island as well as with the artist to ensure the quality and integrity of the print edition. Vidal traditionally paints on wood panels, the texture of which has been captured here in exacting detail. And each print replicates the full 55cm-square size of the original painting, with an additional white border for framing. You can purchase Urban Evening here and view the full series of paintings below. Urban Evening, print detail Urban Evening, print detail Container Industry Rock Cardboard Cats Urban Night Sleeping Room Industry Rock Outskirts Abandoned Industry Urban Stuff Industry Sunset…

 

 



Design

This Heat-Sensitive Edition of Fahrenheit 451 Can Only Be Read by Flame

October 19, 2017

Kate Sierzputowski

This week the Anne Petronille Nypels Lab at Van Eyck Academie in the Netherlands shared a video of an edition of Ray Bradbury’s classic Fahrenheit 451 being held up to a flame. The video was not an ironic twist on the book’s overt message of censorship, but rather a demonstration of the experimental work’s hidden capabilities. The book was screen printed by French graphic design collective Super Terrain using heat sensitive ink, which conceals the book’s text behind a layer of black when at room temperature. You can see more of the collective’s experiments with printed matter on their website…

 

 



Art Science

An 80-Foot Steel Kraken Will Create an Artificial Coral Reef Near the British Virgin Islands

October 18, 2017

Kate Sierzputowski

…the YO-44, was discovered by British photographer Owen Buggy approximately two and a half years ago on the island of Tortola. Instead of letting the historic vessel get picked apart for scrap metal, Buggy approached former boss Sir Richard Branson about collaborating on a restorative art installation. Together with nonprofit Unite B.V.I., artist group Secret Samurai Productions, social justice entrepreneurial group Maverick1000, and ocean education nonprofit Beneath the Waves, the project was established as both an eco-friendly art installation, and a philanthropic measure to rehabilitate native marine species. “It’s envisioned that within just a short space of time the ship…

 

 



Design

An Optical Illusion Tile System Designed by Casa Ceramica

October 12, 2017

Christopher Jobson

British tile company Casa Ceramica have designed a novel optical illusion flooring system that uses real tiles to create a vertigo-inducing warped floor. The skewed checkerboard floor functions as the entryway to their showroom in Manchester, lending an Alice in Wonderland atmosphere to a generally traditional medium. You can see a couple more photos on their Instagram. (via Laughing Squid) They are actual tiles pic.twitter.com/7HvTqz9jHP — Casa Ceramica (@casaceramica) September 22, 2017 A post shared by Casa Ceramica Tile Company (@casaceramicatiles) on May 8, 2017 at 9:46am PDT…

 

 



Craft

Incredibly Lifelike Insects Crafted out of Bamboo by Noriyuki Saitoh

October 7, 2017

Laura Staugaitis

…to crawl or fly off the page, Saitoh engages a thoughtful process of paring down each bug to its essential forms that give the impression of life. As the artist writes on his website, “Since we are not preparing specimens and replicas, we strictly measure the [overall] dimensions and prioritize the appearance, impressions, features, and senses rather than proportions being created exactly…reality as a work is born if you thin out the elements and leave room to imagine.” Saitoh is active on Twitter and Facebook where you can follow more of his creations and see works in progress. (via Lustik)…

 

 

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