Archives for posts tagged ‘bard’

JD Walsh

JD Walsh Work from Slow Fade / Double Waltz. “Walsh is an artist who navigates smoothly between mediums while leaving a trail of great works. He’s a kind of mad scientist mixing up a fresh pop brew of interactivity, projection, appropriation, music, origami, and installation. Whether he’s playing a search engine or a guitar (clearly, […]

Hannah Whitaker

Hannah Whitaker Work from her oeuvre. “…Combining scientific, mystical, and animal elements, these photographs convey a sense of na├»ve curiosity and experimentation. The title emphasizes a common thread in many of the pictures–the notion that looking directly at something can be dangerous. So the lightheartedness of certain photographs (X-Ray Specs as fashion accessory or white […]

Pierre Le Hors

Pierre Le Hors Work from Firework Studies. His blog is also pretty solid. “Firework studies is a hand-bound book dummy compiling a selection of fireworks in the night sky. By constraining nearly all tonal values to stark blacks and pure whites, the trails, explosions and clouds of debris are reduced to a series of simple […]