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Miniatures by Tatsuya Tanaka.

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You've probably already seen the miniature worlds created by Tatsuya Tanaka. Before watching this video, I was unaware he 3D-printed a lot of his content. His process is impressive and the results even more so.

Added on the 12th of November, 2021 Details

Window art in World War 1.

During the first world war, Parisian shop owners would place lines of tape across their windows to avoid flying glass in case of a nearby bombing or explosion. It turned into something of a design contest as they started creating…

Published on the 11th of October, 2021 Read full post

Kathleen Ryan’s decomposing fruit.

Artist Kathleen Ryan creates decomposing fruit sculptures from precious gems. I love the absurdity of it.

Linked on the 21st of September, 2020 Details

Uncomfortable Art Tours.

Art historian Alice Procter is on a mission to decolonise museums and galleries with her "Uncomfortable Art Tours". Interesting approach. I'd love to go on one of her tours if we can ever travel to the UK again. The British Museum is pretty much a giant fencing operation when you think about it.

Linked on the 24th of May, 2020 Details

Concrete clickbait: next time you share a spomenik photo, think about what it means.

Photos of these modernist monuments are frequently shared without context or wrongly attributed to commissioning by Tito. Theirs is a story of historical erasure and lessons from the past we seem to be ignoring yet again.

Linked on the 17th of August, 2019 Details

Insect illustrations inspired by Looney Tunes and horror movies.

British illustrator Richard Wilkinson creates insects based on characters like Bugs Bunny or Jason Voorhees.

Linked on the 23rd of June, 2019 Details