“At the heart of my work is a fascination with the mundaneness of the everyday,” Corey writes. “Objects are overlooked, they become invisible in this blur of overfamiliarity with the daily inattention. When we look at the everyday objects we don’t stop to think about them, in ways of colour, shape and form, we just accept what they are, no questions are asked.”
There’s a blizzard on its way throughout the states this weekend, sending us all into a flurry of frenzied grocery store runs, status updates and weather-related cancellations. Yet something tells me that Simon Beck, the world’s most famous snow artist, isn’t complaining. Instead, he’s merely lacing up his snowshoes for an afternoon of “sketching” another great masterpiece into the snow-capped landscapes of France.
Oil spills can be so sad, but so, so beautiful. I suppose that’s true for a lot of things, yes? LINK: CS MONITOR via: cubist literature
The hairy tablecloth was invented for the subconscious and reformed hair-twirlers of our society. Genius, yes? LINK: NATHALIE STAMPFLI
Let’s run away together, OK? Link: SISTERS OF THE BLACK MOON
An awesome photographic series from Alain Delorme called ‘Totems.’ Holy burly men. Link: BLACK EIFFEL
This could very well be my dream house. And hey! It matches my favorite shoes! Link: PERRY RUBENSTEIN GALLERY