Posts Tagged ‘ line ’

50¢ treat

October 13, 2011

i found this book at the thrift store for 50 cents and had to share it! patrick caulfield was a british painter and printmaker who famously depicted snippets of everyday domestic scenes in saturated color and a remarkably flat style. unlike his pop art contemporaries, lichtenstein, oldenburg and warhol, who were capitalizing on the objects...
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dirt chronicles: part 6

March 10, 2011

richard long‘s work revolutionized the sculpture world in the 60s and 70s with one single radical idea- taking long walks in nature. rearranging stones, walking repeatedly over his paths, and trampling down grass, long exchanges with his surroundings in a poetically minimal way. utilizing lines and circles, he subtly integrates symbols of his presence...
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lines and shapes

October 3, 2010

can someone please make these into rugs for me? no, that’s too obvious– how about towels? or pillows? or tinted lenses for my sunglasses?? the colors and shapes are just perfect. paintings, drawings, and digital works by swedish artist, gudrun asling.
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