Oil painting by Duarte Vitoria. Untitled, 2005.
Via: Saatchi Art
Not Only When The Moon Shines is an exhibition by Helen and Colin David featuring works from Living Quarters – Kyoto, Japan.
One of the images from a Sweet folklore shoot for Papier Mache magazine by Melanie Rodriguez.
I love this exhibition by Canismo. The idea behind Canismo’s colourful slow-mo video is ‘an artistic movement created by a group of dogs’ which aims to help with the support and adoption of shelter animals. But there’s a little bit of meaning behind this cool video, too.
Great cover for Scientific American (April 1961) by Mary Russell.
A rather splendid Belgium ad promoting ‘Alzheimers Day’
Behold! One of my favourite illustrators, James Jean, has published a cloth covered casebound book collecting paintings, drawings, digital works, and preliminary sketches of work created between 2010 and 2014.
Guatape is a small town of northern Colombia that has a very unique landmark. It’s home to a rather large rock, and this rock attracts scores of visitors each year because once you get to the very top of this rock, the views you get of the countryside are priceless.
The Rock of Guatape (El Peñón de Guatapé) has an elevation of 2,135 metres and provides steps for visitors to climb – all 659 of them. Back in 1954 when stairs weren’t in place, it took three men five whole days to get to the top of this enormous granite dome, and since then a small area on the top has been dedicated for visitors to collect postcards and souvenirs.
If you can stomach the height, once on top of the rock, you’ll be blown away by the views below.
Via: Lost at E Minor
A wonderful selection of posters from artists including Picasso, Henri Matisse, Yves Klein and Le Corbusier have been drawn together for a London exhibition showcasing lithographic posters from the archive of Galeri Mourlot, which originated in Paris but now calls New York its home.