- Wolfgang Laib Fills MoMA's Atrium with Natural Pollen
- Posted 24 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 10202 Views
A new installation by contemporary German artist Wolfgang Laib will see the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron atrium at New York's MoMA completely covered with bright yellow natural pollen. Entitled "Pollen from Hazelnut", the site-specific exhibition is tailored specifically for the space and is the artist's largest pollen work to date at 18 x 21 ft. The pollen has been collection by the artist during the summer from the trees and flowers around his south German home and studio. The exhibition will be running from 23 January through to 11 March, 2013.
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- Lena Dunham by Terry Richardson for V Magazine
- 24 months ago · Art & Design · 4 Comments · 9651 Views
- The new issue of V Magazine features an exclusive shoot by Terry Richardson with rising actress Lena Dunham (star of HBO hit series Girls).. Due for release on 10 January, the shoot will feature an accompanying profile in while...
- Stella McCartney Awarded OBE
- 24 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 6206 Views
- As well as recently being named Designer of the Year and Designer Brand of the Year at the British Fashion Awards, designer Stella McCartney has been rewarded for her work on the Team GB Olympic 2012 kit with an OBE in the Queen's New Year's Honours List. The 41-year-old designer...
- Lacoste Spring/Summer 2013 Women's Collection
- 24 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 6397 Views
- The now 80-year-old French lifestyle and sports label Lacoste have unveiled their Spring/Summer 2013 women's collection. Described by creative director Felipe Oliveira Batista as "classic prep with continental cred," the range...
- Jay-Z Working On The Great Gatsby Score
- 24 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 7463 Views
- Jay-Z has become the latest name to be attached to the upcoming Baz Luhrman epic The Great Gatsby. According to Jeymes Samuel of The Bullitts, he and Jay-Z will be writing the score for for feature film. The rumours about Carter's involvement first started when the track "No Church...
- Salvador Dalí Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, 1969
- 24 months ago · Art & Design · 5 Comments · 34056 Views
- Published by New York's Maecenas Press-Random House in 1969 as their "book of the month," Dalí's illustrations for Lewis Carroll's world famous novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland have become one of the most sought after Dalí...
- Submission Sunday
- 24 months ago · Art & Design · 2 Comments · 8777 Views
- After finding an interest in photography during a junior year journalism class at high school, New York City-based photographer Winslow Laroche has built up a huge portfolio capturing the modern world's anomalies, as well the calm, subtle and gentle moments in life.
- YouTube Strip Fake Views From Major Record Labels
- 24 months ago · music · 6 Comments · 12595 Views
- Some of the world's largest record labels have had almost two billion YouTube views knocked off their accounts after the site cracked down on "fake viewers." The alleged fake views come from online services who offer Youtube...
- Kid Zoom - Shelter
- 24 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 8458 Views
- Since 2007, the Australian-born street artist Kid Zoom has been reclaiming bus shelters all over the world, turning them into highly accomplished and detailed aerosol artworks. The self-initiated series entitled "Shelter" has seen Kid Zoom travel from his home in New York to cities...