Navedenga Since the late 1990s, Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto has created interactive, enveloping sculptural environments using translucent stretch fabric. Navedenga is one of the earliest works in this ongoing series. Its soft, sensuous surface, curving, taut contours, and rounded appendages evoke the human body, and its material is pliant and responsive to touch, like living skin.
don't marry a man unless you would be proud to have a son exactly like him
tiny particles of larger loves
Over the rainbow masking tapes - I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again… I need multi-colored masking tape RIGHT NOW! I thought I’d leave you for the weekend with this incredibly meticulous, slightly sticky, and most importantly… insanely rainbowie installation by Austin based artist Rebecca Ward. OK, I know ‘rainbowie’ isn’t a word, but in this particular case, I think it applies!
Polish graphic art exhibition poster — reminds me of De Stijl, neh..?