Archives for posts tagged ‘graphic’

Sven Lukin

  Sven Lukin Work from his oeuvre. “Lukin’s steady move into actual space culminated at the end of the 1960s in what is probably his best known work—an undulating 120-foot long wall relief in green, pink, and orange, permanently installed at the Empire State Plaza in Albany, New York. The next 30 years of Lukin’s […]

Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson Work from Void Gaze. “VOID GAZE is an interactive text experience with an accompanying series of computer drawings by Jeremiah Johnson. In the style of early text adventure games, the player uses words to interact with the gameworld by entering them at a command prompt. Themes related to vision and sight run throughout […]

Tanya Johnston

Tanya Johnston Work from her oeuvre. “Drawing from symbolism, semiotics, psychology, science and culture, my process of creation attempts to synthesize linear and non-linear thinking. Through my work I explore the realms of reality as illusion, and illusion as reality. I seek to bridge the gap between two hemispheres – both literally and metaphorically – […]

Uta Barth

Uta Barth I have been wanting to post Barth’s work for quite some time, I was a little shocked to find I hadn’t yet. “Color photography’s recent ability to rival painting in scale and stylistic range seemed particularly well exemplified by Uta Barth’s mid-’90s work from the “Ground” and “Field” series; in some images, she […]

Giles Revell

Giles Revell Work from Photo Fit. The PDF of the project, complete with interviews and an introduction is here. Read it. “Photofit: In providing each sitter with the same tools – a 1970s police Photofit kit, the process by which they created their self-portrait was democratized; the immediate, tactile qualities of the kit enabling them […]

Arthur Hash

  Arthur Hash Work from no particularly named body of work, but a sampling of Hash’s oeuvre all conceptually related to ideas of material, design, and adornment. Much of his work involves humor, process (including DIY pieces), and the recontextualization of materials through their presentation as jewelry. Hash also maintains a blog with regular updates […]