Animator Mark Ryden has asked various music types to sing Daisy Daisy for an album – The Gay Nineties, after the 1890s music hall style – which will dedicate the proceeds to charity. Have a look at a few of the videos below:
Good morning! May springtime sniff your face and sprinkle you with nature dribble. Here’s a very interesting post on the peculiarly flexible paper sculptures of Li Hongbo, the video is particularly brain melting to watch. Enjoy!
A friend of mine was wandering through the park in October when she happened upon this fantastic outdoor exhibition. More than one of them gave me ideas for creativeness and I’m sure they will do the same for you. I could be wrong but as far as I can gather it was the Frieze Art Fair, more info here.
She took a few snaps and here they are.
First here is a wibbly wall declaring that The Landscape is Moving:
Next here’s a wooden face viewed from the front:
Now from the side:
Here’s a ton of mushrooms things:
This is apparently a concrete block from the inside of a shed:
Lastly the favourite of both of us, a VIP door that leads to…who knows:
Art is in the eye of the beholder. I like to think that if a person decides to make art and then does something, that’s precisely what they’re doing. No big guidelines, no list of rules (man!). It just depends on whether the result is your cup of tea.
Therefore technically performance art is occurring at my house every day. Seriously, come and see, the Dance of the Towels was a particularly beautiful piece.
So here’s a quick news roundup of odd art I spied today, follow the links for more joy.
This makes me both happy and sad. The Museum of Bad Art has put ‘so bad they’re good’ pieces on display, though in my opinion no art of any kind will ever replace The Room‘s ultimate position as Worst Ever Anything. Anyone wanting to see more can skim through this best of collection of photos from the unfortunate museum pieces. Here’s my personal favourite:
Well, there we go. Try not to weep at the beauty and I shall see you next time.
One of my favourite blogs The Year of Halloween alerted me to this DIY apothecary table on blog Seeing Things That Aren’t Really There.
Here’s the blog link on Year of Halloween (tell me if this gets confusing. It’s like the quest within a quest on those adventure games where I was always commanding my character to wee on the wizard, which was always met with “request not understood.”