Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Featurette: MANDY GREER

Mandy Greer's work is living, warm, natural, social, and magic. Having just discovered her, I am still taking it all in and will in time post a more substantial post(including an interview) on this artist and her bewitching work.

In the meantime, click on these images to see more of her work or follow the links below. Her blog, A Quickening is also worth a look if you enjoy the Imaginarium.

Mandy Greer
Mater Matrix Mother
Mandy Greer (Flickr)
A quickening

Monday, 28 September 2009


Kazuki Takamatsu's jade-digital-x-ray-like gouache paintings are eye-catching.

Kazuki Takamatsu
Kazuki Takamatsu - Lines & Colors (source)
Gallery Tomura


This ink-in-water effort from Paris-based and director Niko Tziopanos for Chinese broadcaster CCTV is inspiring. See it HERE along with a brief making-of video further down the page.

Stashmedia TV (Source)

Saturday, 26 September 2009

Featurette: RAQIB SHAW

Opulant. indulgent, ornate, somewhat debauched and betraying his Kashmiri roots, Raqib Shaw's works are like tide pools left behind from the dreams of the night before.

Raqib Shaw (White Cube)
Raqib Shaw (MOMA)
Raqib Shaw (ArtNet)
Raqib Shaw (Daily Telegraph)
Raqib Shaw (Everyone Forever)

Sydney Dust Storm photography

There are some nice pictures of the Sydney dust storm on Flickr. Among them, Tom Coates has gathered together a nice collection.


Red Dust(Tom Coates)

Thursday, 24 September 2009


Daniel Richter's dense paintings with mysterious figures often among a chaotic mesh of elements that wonderously pull together are surprisingly potent, cohesive and beautiful.

He studied under Werner Büttner in Hamburg at the Hochschule für bildenden Künste and has exhibited internationally. David Richter is represented by CFA Berlin and David Zwirner New York.

CFA Berlin
David Zwirner
Saatchi Gallery
Daniel Richter

Wednesday, 23 September 2009


Mikael Kennedy has some nice work in his portfolio. His landscapes are particularly compelling and available in larger format on his site. These images are from his series The Odysseus.

Mikael Kennedy

Friday, 18 September 2009

NOMA BAR's "Negative Space"

Israeli illustrator Noma Bar's negative space images are a lot of fun. He has a new book out now.

Negative Space, Mark Batty Publisher
Noma Bar (Artica)
Noma Bar Wiki
Noma Bar (DutchUncle Agency) (source)

SEAN PECKNOLD's video for GRIZZLY BEAR's "While You Wait for the Others"

The parts weave nicely in this video from Sean Pecknold(Grandchildren) for Grizzly Bear's "While You Wait for the Others."

Grizzly Bear - While You Wait for the Others
Director - Sean Pecknold
DP - Michael Ragen
AD - Tristan Seniuk
Illustrations - Toby Liebowitz
Animators - Sean Pecknold & Britta Johnson
Producer - Joy Saez
4 faced mask - Jack Strain
Record label - Warp
Special thanks - Robin, Lisa, Greg, and Aja Pecknold,
Jennifer Popochock, Toby Liebowitz
Center Valley Animal Shelter

Grizzly Bear
Toby Liebowitz
While You Wait for the Others (HD-YouTube)
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