It’s nearly that time of year! When I’ve had a chance I’ve been working on a little diorama project for Halloween. Have a look on The Year Of Halloween blog for a detailed account of how it was made. However, although I planned it out and put it together, there are things I can’t take credit for.
These are amazing! Hirotishi takes stones and rocks and transforms them into something odd and fantastic. The English translation on this blog is somewhat interesting but still perfectly understandable.
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!
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.