Friday, December 4, 2015

Painting of Children’s Imagination by Craig DavisonCraig Davison...

Painting of Children’s Imagination by Craig Davison

Craig Davison is an artist from England whose imagination overflows onto his canvas.  He says, “Everywhere I look images and ideas are lining up to be used” via. He paints children at play and in the background their imagination comes to life. In this series he paints children playing as Star Wars characters.  To purchase Craig Davison’s art visit Washington Green Fine Art. Thanks to Hidden Art!

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Light Installations by Bruce Munro Bruce Munro (see previous...

Light Installations by Bruce Munro

Bruce Munro (see previous post) born 1959 in London, is an English installation artist. Bruce and his team, based in his Wiltshire studio, together make his ideas come to life in the form of large scale light installations and individual bespoke luminaires. Artist is currently exhibiting at his work in Scottsdale Arizona at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Public Art, Lisa Sette Gallery and at the Desert Botanical Garden. Follow him on Facebook.

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Warning: May cause epileptic seizure!Trippy Gifs Art: Bill...

Warning: May cause epileptic seizure!

Trippy Gifs Art: Bill Tavis

A small sample of Bill Travis designs - another awesome GIF animator on Tumblr. 

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really-shit: Nakagin Tower (Japan)“NT is one of those rather...


Nakagin Tower (Japan)

“NT is one of those rather rare examples of buildings where the exterior perfectly matches the interior. The compact minimalism you can observe from outside, permeates into the rooms and hallways creating a much fuller, more impactful experience. The sounds that the windows made when you adjusted them utterly surpassed any horrific sound in existence. Those blades had to be oiled often but tenants sometimes decided against that.”

Shot by Damjan Cvetkov Dimitrov and Nina Geometrieva

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Collages by Peter Horvath Peter Horvath aka...

Collages by Peter Horvath

Peter Horvath aka @lushhungarian builds surreal collage images using created and found materials since 1995.

Peter, born into a lineage of photographers, began taking pictures when he was 6. After spending his formative years inhaling darkroom fumes, he discovered computers in 1995 when a friend gave him a Macintosh Plus computer, and subsequently began his love affair with collage.  

Client list includes: The Economist’s Intelligent Life Magazine, The Washington Post, The Atlantic Monthly, Wired Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, The Village Voice, Scientific American Mind Magazine, The L.A. Times and L.A Weekly among others.

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'Brick Midget House' it's only habitable if you are shorter than three-and-half-feet tall (13 Pics)

When Anna Jones and her husband, Matt, bought their property on Queen Anne Road in Brick, NJ in 2000, they didn’t realize they were inheriting a community landmark. The couple who originally owned the property built a special playhouse for their grandchildren behind the main house. This tiny structure, which cannot comfortably accommodate anyone taller than 3½ feet, has turned Jones into somewhat of a local celebrity.

The property is available for sale, but at the time of this publication there is no asking price; Jones is open to offers. “We haven’t really come up with a concrete number yet. I listed it on one of those garage sale auction sites and set the starting bid at $10,000. But people have to understand that to excavate it and move it is not going to be cheap. Water lines have to be capped, because there is running water to it. I’m not an engineer, so I’m not sure of all that that would entail.”

So what’s so special about this playhouse?

This 1960’s playhouse is a fully-functioning house that’s sized for children!