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Preview: Julian Callos’s “Cosmos” at WWA Gallery- Now on Hifructose.com

#projectgrandsf Day15 at Grand Hyatt Union Square. FINALLY, the hotel unveiled the white one today, and it's "open to the public" now. for those who have sent prayers and heart energy, THANK YOU so much for all your love and supports, and I'm sending back my hugs to you. David said that he would come back to the hotel to update the white one soon. yup! it's a never ending story :)

Take a look at some behind-the-scenes photos from AJ Fosik's studio before his solo show, "Against the Infinite," opens at Jonathan LeVine Gallery this weekend: http://hifructose.com/2013/11/21/inside-the-studio-of-aj-fosik/

Illustrator AJ Frena

6 Animals Portrayed Incorrectly in Early Taxonomic Drawings

In the early days of exploration, scientists and species seekers had to rely on illustrations—often drawn from written descriptions or based on dead …

Taxonomy

The Negative Space of a House

Artist Olafur Eliasson imagined this limited edition artist’s book called “Your House”. With a 908-page books designed by Michael Heimann and Claudia …

27 – September – 2013 – Fubiz Media

Marbelous Wood

Snedker Studio offers us a very clever use of modern suminagashi, Japanese practice considered the ancestor of marbling to paint pieces wood with …

About - Zilla online magazine

<b>Who we are</b><br>Zilla is an online magazine dedicated to design, trends and inspiration. Its mission is to fuel your creativity and inspire you on a daily …

Trends

Victor Napreyenko Photography

Victor Napreyenko is a native of Latvia photographer. Fascinated by nature, the artist offers us a series of photographs in black and white that …

Phone Book Sculptures

The Italian artist Gemis Luciani which includes sculptures starting with amazing items such as books, various magazines and flyers. Original to …

Tree with Haircuts

The English illustrator Jonny Glover created with his series “Tree with Haircuts” what some trees look like they were in the hands of stylists . To …

Newspaper Pages Cut Like Embroidered Lace by Myriam Dion | Colossal

<p>Armed with a scalpel and latest edition of <i>Le Devoir</i> or the <i>International Harold Tribune</i>, Canadian artist Myriam Dion cuts rich textural patterns …

Singular Agitations and a Common Vertigo — but does it float

Vertigo

The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick | Colossal

<p>Anytime you dump gobs of colorful paint on toys and add liberal amounts of centrifugal force, I’m in. Such is the case with these high speed images …

you must first let forms, colors, words and tones grow and afterwards explain them — but does it float

Drawing

Only where the state ends, there begins the human being who is not superfluous

Paintings by Madeline von Foerster

Paintings by Madeline von Foerster<p>Surrealistic paintings infused with symbolism. For technique, Madeline uses a mix of oil and egg tempera invented …

Tugboat Printshop Carves and Prints “The Moon” | Colossal

<p>Back in December Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth over at Tugboat Printshop shared a tantalizing peek at their largest hand-carved relief print ever, …

20 DIY Rugs to Brighten Up Your Space

A few weeks ago, we shared 25 of the prettiest rugs you can buy online, and now we’re here to say, “Why buy when you can DIY?” If you’ve got a Saturday bookmarked for crafting in the near future, any of these 20 tutorials is a great way to add a little pep to your space, whether for the office or …

15 Unconventional Summer Salads

Who says salads need to be all about greens? While we love us a huge bowl of arugula dressed in lemon, olive oil, salt, pepper, and parmesan, there’s a whole rainbow of creative and colorful salad recipes out there. Here are 15 of our favorites. Happy summer salad-ing!<p>1. Cuban Avocado, Watercress, …

Dog Photo Stand

Turn plastic dogs into cute and functional photo holders! You’re not limited to dogs- try cats, dinosaurs, or any other animal you like. These make a …

Cute

Science Weekly podcast: chemistry and politics of rare earth metals

This week <b>Alok Jha</b> meets <b>Professor Andrea Sella</b> ahead of his event at the Royal Institution in London on 31 May. Andrea, who is a professor of …

Unsettling childhood memories

Digital illustrations of glamorous and fantastic figures inspired by the paintings of Jean-Antoine Watteau. The images are created using 3D modeling software and are Ray Caesar‘s manifestations of unsettling childhood memories.

These Incredible Maps Were Made with Thousands of Photographs

Japanese photographer Sohei Nishino created these wonderful pieces of art by actually using individual pictures of landmarks and locations to map out …

We're loving Denver-based artist Kevin Sloan's limited edition printmaking "Consequences of Hypnosis" ($175) http://saatol.us/XLlfrk. (1 of 75 has been sold. Please email support@saatchionline.com if you are interested in purchasing an edition.) Explore more originals in our collection of art for $500 & under: http://saatol.us/Zqov6I

"Engaged in Metamorphosis" ($4,000), a colored-pencil drawing by Los Angeles artist Art Venti, is part of this week's featured collection, Beyond The Pale. Discover more muted but powerful work in Beyond The Pale: http://saatol.us/YuOkp3

We're transfixed by the subtlety of Los Angeles artist Barbara Kerwin's "I Know Where I'm Going," which is composed of individually-painted triangles (oil in high-melt wax) joined together on a 37x37" canvas. Widely exhibited and recently featured in LUXE Interiors + Design, this piece is now available on Saatchi Online: http://saatol.us/1alx5sx