Saturday, 18 December 2010


Olafur Eliasson`s The Weather Project which was at Tate Modern in London in 2004.Wish i lived near London and had seen this.Apparently there was a reflective ceiling and spray machines that created a mist and the appearance of a dissolving/setting sun.

They should cancel some of the repeats on tv over the christmas break get Olafur to put this on!

The line across the middle is where it has been folded for years and you can see the newspaper print coming through from the other side a bit.
I just love this pic`.I know it`s an AD for a phone company but i think it`s so much better than that.I like the drawing style and the Smooth vampire taking his bat for a walk ,it`s got charm!
I have had this since the year 2000 though,and just bought a new phone on 3 network so as advertising it may not have worked...
Article from The Independant on Sunday 1996 about how camoflage started as the work of abstract artists who;"thought their work rather gorgeous" by John Windsor.
Tamara De Lempicka`s 'Juene Fille a la fenetre '1933.
'Girl at the window'
Another newspaper save,you can see the print coming through again.

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