Hieronymus Bosch

It’s always fascinating to see how the Adam and Eve story is interpreted. These two images make up 2 thirds of the Garden Of Earthly Delights tryptich from 1510. Take a looksee at how mister Bosch saw the perfect garden of Eden and the hell afterwards.

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Yosigo

Yosigo

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Gerson Reichert

As an artist who likes to layer a lot and hates starting with a blank canvas, I love these paintings by Gerson Reichert. It looks like such a fun process and reminds me of a series I did in college with a similar concept. I took left behind paintings from beginner art students and used the elements of their pieces whether it be color or form  and created a completely new image. Gerson takes found objects and magazines and plays off of what is already down.

Posted by Jonathan

Sipho Mabona

These lovely photographs capture the work of Switzerland-based artist Sipho Mabona. His origami creations are truly incredible (view his amazing Asics commercial here). I love his use of color and his incredible finesse in creating beautiful, architectural objects.

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Megan Geckler

A few years ago I was driving around Downtown Los Angeles and almost crashed when these window installations caught my eye. At night, they shone like paintings through the windowpanes. The artist does really beautiful, site-specific installations that are graphic and linear. Very gorgeous work and worth a browse on her website.

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The Mel Brooks Movie Poster

Im not afraid to admit that Mel Brooks has 3 movies in my top 5 favorite movies of all time list. But beyond the glory of the film, is the advertising specialty of the ‘movie poster’. Here’s some of Brook’s movies in all their comedy spoof posterish glory.

Posted by Tiffanie

White House

I found Dutch photographer Jeltje’s blog through emma’s design blog. I am in love with all the bright white that glows throughout this small space. I think people nowadays can get very color happy with their homes and the walls become the main focus. Like in a gallery space, having white walls draws your eye to all the other great qualities within the room, the art, furniture, and architecture. Maybe do not follow this idea if you do not have great things to fill your space.

posted by Jonathan