I saw project as this before but d thing that I like here more then d others is that here d artist use green fluorescent color for d contoures/ outlines. “Fill In 2” by Aakash Nihalani is piece of art that reinvent d environment, give to d old one new look.
:what do u think? it’s playful, interesting for d eyes and make this old wall more funny. I don’t think that they need to fix this wall anymore. it looks bit digital, d texture is amazing, makes u optical illusion as this wall is part of some video game, d bricks are moving if u trip in it few seconds.
:This are also pictures, collection that I collect few months already. I decide that today is d day when I’m gonna share hyuro works. he is really master on d streets, he made street art wider then before. Now we can see even more often then before illustrations on d streets. Based in Spain we can see his masterpieces online cause yes, he is sharing mostly everything what is new from him.
:Falling Clock  by Daniel Arsham is very inspiring, minimalistic project that is like metaphor about where is the ship in which the seconds play atoms of water.. even more poetry comes to my mind when I see this clock that like in a dream float in d whiteness..
:in d sheet all d dreams are swimmin’, typing d ripple of absence .. modern, clean, pure, cold, tragic, sad.. lot’s of . .. u can leave ur comments below or on:d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page
.OK, let start a beautiful Monday here. :d white blog have plan today, u’ll be able to catch with d latest news in contemporary, conceptual art. I was on few trips and not able to share but be sure that I follow d news. thee are a lot of projects that go daily, some of them even pretty attractive they stay in d stream less then 48 hours. I decide that is time for selection, d first project by Igor Eskinja is just a little breeze for d projects that u’ll be able to see here in d next few hours.
Igor Eskinja constructs his architectonics of perception as ensembles of modesty and elegance. The artist “performs” the objects and situations, catching them in their intimate and silent transition from two-dimensional to three-dimensional formal appearance. Using simple, inexpensive materials, such as adhesive tape or electric cables and unraveling them with extreme precision and mathematical exactitude within strict spatial parameters, Eskinja defines another quality that goes beyond physical aspects and enters the registers of the imaginative and the imperceptible. The simplicity of form is an aesthetic quality that opens up a possibility for manipulating a meaning. It derives, as the artist states, from the need for one form to contain various meanings and levels of reading within itself. The tension between multiplicity and void constitutes one of the most important aspects of Eskinja’s mural “drawings” and seemingly flat installations. A void is still an active space of perception; it does not conceal; it comments on the regime of visibility, it invites the viewer to participate in the construction of an imaginary volume in an open space. The temporary nature of the artist’s spatial structures and the ephemeral quality of his carpets (where ornaments are carefully woven out of dust or ash) manifest a resistance to the dominant narratives of institutional apparatus and socio-political order.
:u think that this simple concepts are d future of art? U like d concept, we saw few graffs around nowadays with d same idea of d line & perspective but this is much cheaper and easier even that stil d typography and d choosen word are very important . .. u can leave ur comments below or on:d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page