The VH1 Broadcast of Radiohead’s live performance at The Hospital Club’s TV Studio in London’s Covent Garden, 3 May 2008, featuring tracks from In Rainbows and older work.
Half a mile underground in New Zealand’s Waitomo Caves are the home to bioluminescent gnat larvae. Like fireflies, these worms glow using chemical reactions. Unlike fireflies, they use their powers for hunting, not finding love. The lights confuse moths and their wings get tangled in the gooey strings of beads dangled by the worms on the cave ceiling.
The French artist, Jules Dedet Granel, aka L’Atlas, born in 1978, found in his research around writing the starting point for his work in the fine and pictorial arts. He studied calligraphy in different countries and cultures, in this way creating his own original fonts. He was particularly interested in the idea of creating a universal pictorial language,
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“I personally like simple forms. I usually start sketching ideas out on my sketchbook for new projects. Since my work is 3D, most of the time I adjust the pieces while I am making them. I work a lot with simple cylinder shapes. I like to just sit there, stare at them and draw directly on the clay.
70×100 by Corin Kennington and Harry Fieber 02.02 – 23/04 – 2017. Liat Chen – is an Israeli Born art director. She studied digital media at Hadassah College of Art in Jerusalem and Art History at CCM London. She specializes in music and subculture and has worked as a picture editor, producer, curator and gallery manager at PYMCA. She has collaborated on projects with ICA, BFI Southbank, Royal Albert Hall and The Proud Gallery.
KAWS launched his PINOCCHIO wooden sculpture (15.35 x 7.48 x 7.09 inches) made in collaboration with Disney back in 2017. Released through a random drawing on his website for approximately $8,000 USD. The sculpture is a signed and numbered edition of only 100 units. All pieces were meticulously crafted by Karimoku with the help of Medicom Toy.
Mathieu Lehanneur chipped blocks of marble and bronze to create tables, benches, and stools that resemble the surface of the ocean.
Called Ocean Memories, the collection was created for an exhibition currently on show at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris.
Grey has also made his own contribution to the philosophy of art in his book The Mission of Art (1998). Therein, he promotes the possibility of the mystical potential of art: he argues that the process of artistic creation can (and should) play a role in the enlightenment of the artist. For him, the process of artistic creation holds the potential of transcending the limitations of the mind and more fully expressing the divine spirit. He also believes that art can induce within the viewer an elevated state wherein spiritual states of being are attained.