Pictures from 82-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama new exhibit at the Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane, Australia called ‘Obliteration Room.’
Start with a stark-white room then let kids armed with thousands of colored stickers go crazy on it. The result is a rainbow of insanity.
More pictures over at The Denver Egotist, thanks Keleigh!
The new Watch Sculptures are part of a larger series of miniature time-based sculptures by Wilcox that uses vintage mechanical timepieces and customized model figures.
Old friend Chuck Anderson of NoPattern has released a few new goodies for the holiday season. Above is his latest NoPattern Calendar– a 7×7 calendar packaged inside a black vinyl record sleeve screenprinted with gold ink, signed and numbered in an edition of 300.
There are also some new t-shirts. Two of the six latest shirts are below. Great stuff.
Josh Spear readers can used the code jspear for $5 off their order in the store. Enjoy!
Head over to designboom for a great story and photo essay about the human billboard paintings at the North Korean Mass Games.
Believe it or not, I actually had flights to North Korea to see the Mass Games this past September– but the whole trip was cancelled for ‘unknown’ reasons. I’m looking forward to trying again for my night in Pyongyang next year. It looks a-mazing.
Go check out more photos (and videos) here.
My brothers filmWe Are The Hartmans is premiering tonight at 7pm in NYC at The Hiro Ballroom inside The Maratime Hotel. If you’re around, come and check it out.
Loving this huge and amazing list of tributed artwork remembering Steve Jobs. I wonder if he’s rolling over in his grave though! I once read he hated photographs of himself– except the one on the front page of the Apple website right now, which he actually liked.
Eepmon recently made this new piece to contribute to an art show event on September 19th at PARCO department store in Shibuya, Tokyo.
The event is part of LOVE FOR NIPPON, an initiative in supporting the Great East Japan Earthquake recovery.
As September marks six months since the disaster, this project arose from a desire to bring happiness to people across Japan through art. More info can be found here.