The Taste of Chicago is happening, the summer breeze is here. Jump down to Millenium Park tonight. See you at 7pm!
from Rosemarie Fiore: These photographs are long exposures taken while playing video war games of the 80’s created by Atari, Centuri and Taito. The photographs were shot from video game screens while I played the games. By recording each second of an entire game on one frame of film, I captured complex patterns not normally seen by the eye.
“Good-Time Mix Machine: Scrambler Drawings” I connected a gas generator and air compressor to buckets of paint and secured them into the seats of a Scrambler amusement park ride… more…
Pr Newsletter is the bi-monthly newsletter in conjunction with Proximity Magazine. Last month, we were fortunate enough to work with Dan Gunn’s research in creating this map of Artist–Run Spaces from 1984 to 2009. The newsletter was release at the Hyde Park Art Center as part of their current exhibition, Artists Run Chicago, on display until July 5, 2009
Find your copy at a local art space.
daddy is a graphic design/print studio based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
daddy’s main competences are within editorial design, printed matter and typography. The studio is working conceptually with visual communication in commercial projects and in self initiated work/experiments.
The motivation behind daddy is the affection for the printed medium and typography, and the desire and ambition to create strong work.
Oded Ezer: The Typographer‘s Guide to the Galaxy presents the typographic experiments and experimental typography of visionary artist and designer Oded Ezer for the first time. A pioneer in the field, Ezer is one of the most influential designers today, who is reinventing the art of typography. -from Gestaltung
Check out the great video interview…
from Deirdre Foley-Mendelssohn: Brooklyn-based artist Spencer Finch is a man in search of lost time. Take, for example, his installation West (Sunset in My Motel Room, Monument Valley, January 26, 2007, 5:36-6:06 PM): 9 TVs face a wall, playing films whose composite, haloed reflection reproduces the colors of a sixty-minute sunset viewed from Finch’s hotel room in Monument Valley. Or there’s 2 hours, 2 minutes, 2 seconds (Wind at Walden Pond, March 12, 2007), in which 44 fans recreate the gusts and ebbs of wind over at the eponymous pond on March 12 of the same year. Read more…
I’m a sucker for color correspondence.