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Dylan Gehlken is a talented photographer and traveler currently based in Adelaide, SA, Australia. Dylan focuses on landscaping, he shoots amazing nature, mountain and nightscape photography.
Image via Shutterstock While animations previously had a notorious reputation for being too flashy—they came almost exclusively in the form of popups and ads—2017 has seen a rise of the use of animation in mobile apps.
Louw Lemmer is a multi-talented self-taught photographer and adventurous person currently based in Pretoria, South Africa.
Enough talking, let’s get into this week’s architecture round-up! You can tune in every Friday to check out our top 10 weekly picks from the world of Architecture Design.
archatlas: Anh Nguyen Anh Nguyen shares on her tumblr these stunning images of architecture from all around the world.
Riccardo Melosu is a talented self-taught photographer and artist currently based in Olbia, Sardinia, Italy.
“Some of these works I have not laid eyes on in over 7 years,” NYC-based painter and former Juxtapoz cover artist, Jenny Morgan, says, a few weeks before the opening of her first museum retrospective, Skindeep at the MCA Denver.
“An artist in his line,” (1890/1910) published by Underwood&Underwood (Public domain image) Over 50 European institutions have made their historical photography collections publicly available online to form a massive database that showcases photography from the first 100 years of the medium, from studio portraits to stereographs to landscape photography and beyond.
Kishio Suga, “Diagonal Phase” (1969/2012) wood, stones, 101.5 x 171 x 48 in. (257.8 x 434.3 x 121.9 cm) installed (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) Why things persist might be a question most relegated to the realm of philosophy, but I think it’s germane to Kishio Suga’s installations at Dia in Chelsea.
Alex Nguyen-Vo, “People Watching” (2017) from the series Colonial Beach, on view at Deli Gallery (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) Although they burst with pastel colors and showcase gleeful revelers on vacation, the beach scenes by artist Alex Nguyen-Vo unsettle more than they soothe.
Knife Show Display Jimmy DiResta uses everything from forging techniques to a CNC plasma cutter to create a knife display system for a client: Tall Bookcase, Clever Jigs Matthias Wandel builds a tall bookcase out of scraps, coming up with a variety of clever jigs and techniques along the way.
Charles Eames and Ray Eames, molded fiberglass chair with table arm for Herman Miller, Inc. (1960–61), fiberglass, fabric, metal, and plastic (courtesy LA County Museum of Art, gift of the employees of Herman Miller, Inc) Among the objects currently displayed in the Cantor Art Center’s exhibition cases are Henry Dreyfuss’s 1953 glossy black telephone model for Bell Telephone Laboratories and Charles and Ray Eames’s 1960s orange fiberglass chair with a desk arm for Herman Miller.
Ray Johnson, “Untitled (Sophia Loren)” (1975-84), ink and collage on board, 12 3/8 x 11 3/8 inches (© the Estate of Ray Johnson, courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery) What does one expect from a Ray Johnson exhibition?
After years of pretending to retire, Studio Ghibli’s OG cofounder Hayao Miyazaki – director of such classics as Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke – is coming back to create one final film.
Alexander Yakovlev is a superb talented self-taught photographer and artist currently based in Moscow, Russia.
Frank Wong with one of his dioramas in Forever, Chinatown (courtesy Good Medicine Picture Company) “I want to capture my memories, and the only way for me to capture my memories is to make them in three dimensions,” says artist Frank Wong in Forever, Chinatown. The short documentary explores his dioramas of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the 1940s and ’50s.
Located on Oahu and just minutes from Kailua Beach Memorial Day weekend kicks off the unofficial start of summer—and a bunch of great sales on home goods, to boot.
Imagine you could travel the world visiting artists' studios, spending a day or two watching them work.
Postcard by Christine Sun Kim (all images courtesy Primary Information) A new program by nonprofit art publisher Primary Information allows you to voice your concerns to your representatives while also supporting the arts.
Joe Gebbia, who co-founded home rental website Airbnb, has designed a range of adaptable, modular office furniture for American brand Bernhardt Design.