• Unit Portables: In the Bag

    Unit Portables celebrates their first collaboration with Berlin fashion designer Ucon with a new take on their classic shoulder bag. The Arko sports interchangeable compartments to keep your notebook, iPad and cables tidy plus room for your laptop.  It’s like studio space on the go. View the versatile bag in action or  order one for yourself.         All images of the […]

    A. Moret No responses July 24, 2013
  • Thingiverse: Art, To Go

    You’ve got your Makerbot, now reproduce famous works from the Met’s collection of art you can download and print at home in glorious 3D thanks to Thingiverse.  When it comes to Art – who says you can’t take it with you? View their collection of ready-to-go sculptures.  

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  • Makerbot: 3D for 2 (Grand)

    Remember your first paper printer? Now bring your ideas to life in 3D at home with the slick tabletop MakerBot Replicator 2 printer for a cool two thousand bucks.  

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  • Transfuse Inspiration Curated by New Blood Art

    Agata Czeremuszkin-Chrut With a nod to Bacon, Agat Czeremuszkin-Chrut concerns herself with the life that paint can breathe into the human form. Vividly painted figures that twist and float, the forms are reminiscent of Clemente or Chagall. As the identities of her subjects fade beneath a primordial cocktail of colour and line, Agata reveals herself […]

    Sarah Ryan 2 responses July 12, 2013
  • Rainer Hosch: The Vanguard Diaries

    As I walk through this world with my camera, I document glimpses of the artistic practice that would otherwise remain a mystery.  This is a personal look at some of my favorite moments visiting artists’ in their studios.  The places I find are special to me, labs of ideas and expression where the people are […]

    Rainer Hosch One response July 12, 2013
  • Leandro Erlich: Welcome to the Dalston House

    Something unusual is taking place in the streets of east London.  People are defying the laws of gravity, literally walking across the facade of a rather curious Victorian building.  Comfortably folded in the crevice of white framed windows, adults read leisurely while young children hang single handedly from the frame of the front door.  Ordinary […]

    A. Moret 2 responses July 12, 2013