We have received this project collaboration which is an exhibition between Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher (1898-1972) and nendo held for four months at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia. I wish I was personally wished I was attending that exhibit, it's a beautiful collaborative work whereas I quote: "as a three-dimensional relief using a two-dimensional house pattern." Make sure to check out the video, it's superbly immersive.
I am personally quite excited to share this exhibition currently happening right now at the Mori Building, more precisely in Roppongi, Minato. In this exhibit and as I quote: "MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless present a borderless world that visitors can explore freely without following routes". Just to give an idea, you will experience about 50 interactive artworks, some completely new, in a huge 10,000 sqm area with five zones. The interactive artworks have no borders separating them from the other works.
The Cosmosys Art Collective is really proud to release Cosmosys XIII – Overdosed. We now show you our full and overwhelming newest artpack, 'OVERDOSED'. Our artists interpreted the state of an 'overdose' in varying ways, via the media of poetry to photography up to digital art. Our result is this new Exhibition. Enjoy! To view the entire Exhibition visit OVERDOSED.
Desktopography is a wallpaper exhibition that is released once a year. Every year the exhibition is more striking with artists from all over the globe creating amazing pieces of art to be displayed on your desktop. This year of 2013 no different, the exhibition is completely amazing, check it out!
After a copious amount of preparation we are proud to present you with our 30th exhibition. Flow was interpreted as a reflection of the creative process, or "flow", that we all experience. This expanded into concepts as diverse as quantum physics, expressive portraits, spiritual beings, and fluid dynamics. For more information and images visit the exhibition page - FLOW.
This post is dedicated to an upcoming exhibit taking place in our backyard here in San Francisco in honor of Daft Punk and the release of their new album Random Access Memories. We first posted about the new album a couple weeks back with a tutorial on the sleek poster design. Earlier this week we did a snappy post surrounding the punk movement in line with the theme of this year's Met Gala in NYC. It just seems fitting to keep the conversation alive and we are eagerly anticipating what is sure to be a mind blowing gallery exhibit. If you're in SF, be sure to it check out.
During March 2013, Salon91 Gallery celebrated design and typography with ‘Back in 5 minutes’ an exhibition featuring an award winning set of local designers, typographers and illustrators, including Ben Johnston, Clinton Campbell of Studio Muti, Clement de Bruin, Justin Southey, & Dani Loureiro.
With the announcement of the Slashthree collective's partnership with DACS in a collaborative live art exhibition aimed at raising awareness and money for victims of child slavery, the collective decided to run an online exhibition alongside it. "World Exhibition III" is a unique project for the collective, as it is the first incrementally-released exhibition in Slashthree's history; the first set of artworks will release on July 2, 2012, and more will release every two weeks until the project is deemed complete.
I've been to very few exhibitions in my life, but there's some that would be worth traveling abroad just to visit, like the Star Wars Identitites Exhibition, which will open in April, in Canada. Sometimes I feel all good events happen in Canada. I'm jealous.
After a year in the making, Designers Against Child Slavery is proud to announce the release of its second exhibition entitled, "Episodes". Over the past 12 months, artists from around the world were challenged to create pieces of art based on the journey of a sex trafficking victim. DACS categorized this journey into three episodes: Coercion, Enslavement, and Restoration. Each artist was asked to illustrate one of the three episodes. The end result was a beautiful body of work that flows in chronological order, taking you on a journey through the eyes of a trafficking victim.
The Depthcore Collective one of our favorite ones out there has just released their new chapter, the 41st themed chapter exhibition called "MIRROR". As you can expect there are amazing works from masters such as Justin Maller, Sara Blake, Mike Harrison, Jeff Huang, João Oliveira and many others. This chapter features over seventy carefully considered and meticulously executed pieces produced by a diverse selection of members from the collective.
The slashTHREE collective selected Paradigm Shift as the theme for its fifteenth exhibition to complement the massive changes it underwent along with the release, which began with a new version of its website. Version four of slashTHREE.com was not only about creating an incredible new website, but also about refining the functionality of the collective and the way it carries itself in the online art community. For more information about this new slashTHREE exhibition visit http://www.slashthree.com/exhibitions/15/
A few months ago we featured Sara Blake, also known as ZSO, here on Abduzeedo. For those who do not know who she is, Sara is an interactive art director, designer and illustrator living in New York City. She has just resigned for her full time job at Euro RSCG to pursue her dream of art full time. So in this post we have some images from her Solo Exhibition in Sydnety. All the pieces are available for sale, and if you want to get one just visit her Web site at http://www.hellozso.com/.
From the psychedelic abstract works of James Merril, to the energetic scenes captured by our featured artist Aaron Campbell, to the sublime photographs of Linus Leandersson, you’re in for a visual feast accompanied by the ambient soundscapes of our audio director, Keith Alban, and many other Evoke musicians. Bring the colors, bring the noise, bring on the new age!
Earlier this week I attended the press preview of the upcoming MoMA Tim Burton retrospective exhibit, which opens Sunday, 22 November 2009. The exhibit is a showcase of his work from childhood to the present. There are paintings, sketches, figurines, sculptures, photography, video, storyboards, and props from his movies. MoMA did an excellent job of encompassing all aspects of his work.
Last Weekend I went to the ultimate illustrator exhibition called "Illustrative" in Berlin. Besides visiting a beautiful city - Berlin is awesome - I got to check out some really great illustrations, installations and designs. I also talked to many designers and illustrators, and representatives of their agencies. Take a sneak peak in here.
Our friend and one of our favorite digital artists, Justin Maller, has just updated his portfolio with some superb new pieces, as usual. Also, Justin has more great news: he has launched a shop to sell his art and he is having an exhibition throughout this week until June 6th, showing his artworks and featuring photography by Chris Knight. I wish I could be there. For more information visit his websites:
Evoke is a well-known design collective, that often delivers us great exhibitions of art, photography, motion and graphic design. Their current exhibition is called "Prime", and has got numerous great pieces. Here is a brief selection of works featured there, and for the whole exhibition, you guys should visit Evoke's site. It's a really great place to get inspired! Cheers to all people at Evoke. And thanks to Neevo for telling us about this! Rock on! ;)