La Gaîté Lyrique is the new venue in Paris dedicated to digital arts and new musics. La Gaîté Lyrique , an abandoned 19th century theater is set to is set to become a center for digital arts when it opens in December 2010. The artistic team and Passion Paris director Yves Geleyn have teamed up to create an every animation and 3D experience which will give visitors an abstract, sensual taster of the venue. The director of this project has done an interview exclusive for thisblogrules.com.
In several European cities like London, Barcelona and Berlin, you can spot these small cement sculptures of people in different locations and positions. The artist behind this work is Isaac Cordal from London.
Peter Gronquist has designed weapons labeled with different famous designer brands like Chanel, Gucci, Versace, Dolce & Gabanna, etc. The artist himself thinks that today people will put a designer label on nearly anything to look and feel awesome, so he wanted to make fun of it in a way .
The toasted sandwiches you see here are all a part of a project called “Assassination Sandwiches” created by Toronto artist Tibi Tibi Neuspiel. They are made out of wax and oilpaint, but they look real and yummy with all the cheese and ham.
John Lytle Wilson has his own way of creating modern art. He uses random paintings with simple nature motive and includes robots and animals so it would appear more interesting and alive. If you take a closer look at the paintings you will notice that most of them have orange monkeys escaping from robots.