I really enjoyed these cloud woodcuts by Korean artist 이지수 (Lee Ji Su). She is currently studying/working at the Print Art Research Center (PARC) in Seoul. I hope to have some in my personal collection soon.
These works were in a show (at the Gallery Palais de Seoul) of people working at the PARC in Seoul. Unfortunately it finished yesterday, 7/23. There may be another somewhere else at the end of August and I should have some new work (!) for that show if all goes according to plan, so keep your eyes peeled for that.
I very much regret not having more photos from this exhibition. There is so much good work coming out of the center and I’m very excited to be involved there, even what small amount it is. The next show they have I will be doing a more formal written review of it.
(I should apologize for the quality of these photos, I’m desperately needing a new camera.
Someone buy me one of my choosing please.However some are better than none.)
I fall in love too easily
Miles Davis - trumpet
Ahmad Jamal - piano
Ron Carter - bass
Frank Butler - drums
Seven Steps To Heaven / 1963
Arranging dominoes with toys, seashells, and jewelry and imaging the arrangements as mini museums.
vibes on level 10, time ta paint
Blink is simply too good to be true. And while it’s not unusual for a crowd funded product to make enormous claims and under deliver, Blink earns a feature just because we want so desperately for it to deliver on what it promises.
Blink is a wireless home security system that has some serious appeal to it. It will ultimately provide live HD video streaming, temperature sensors, night vision, motion detection and more, and all without a monthly fee. But it’s the supposed 1 year battery life that’s raising the most eye brows in the comments section.
No firm answers on Nest or HomeKit support, but the creators talk of IFTTT integration after launch.
'Creamcycle' 1.5 oz dry Sherry - 1 oz. orange juice - 2 oz. 1/2&1/2 - orange bitters - shake hard over ice -coat the glass with Cointreau or Grand Marnier
got my final back
Exhibit A: Why fractal math should be the visual form for teaching mathematics to artists.
Make summer nights a little… DARKER.
Luke…warm? I AM YOUR FATHER!