Cool Composition

This cool installation Composition at Music City Center in Nashville by American artist Aaron T Stephans takes inspiration from small model kits in which pieces are snapped off a central grid. But instead of small parts, Aaron T Stephan’s unique work consists of over a hundred life-sized musical instruments. The stark white instruments made by painted aluminum and plastic are organized in a similar grid-like form and create a rhythmic dynamic with the surrounding architecture. Love the contrast between the industrial look and the vivid musical instruments. Via Lustik.

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Watercolour Wonders

Watercolour and fashion is a match made in heaven! Especially when it comes to these fabulous icecream-coloured fashion illustrations by New York based Swedish illustrator Mats Gustafson. When he began his career as an illustrator in the late 1970s, editorial illustration was eclipsed by photography, and watercolor as a conceptual medium had barely been explored. So thank God that he had the guts to throw himself in the watercolour arena and win the battle over this extremely delicate but impossible technique. Via The Jealous Curator. 

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Hypnopompic Hallucination

Besides beeing an exceptional state of sensory confusion leading out of sleep, in which one may experience the presence of, or see creatures and animals, such as spiders, monkeys and insects, Hypnopompic is also the name of a series of truly amazing tapestries by Finnish artist and graphic designer Kustaa Saksi, living and working in Amsterdam. The unique artworks are manufactured with jacquard weaving technique and made of mohair and alpaca wool, cotton and synthetic materials, such as phosphate and metallic acrylic thread. I think I just might crash on the sofa and try to hallucinate on of these beautiful tapestries on my wall. Sleep tight - or not that tight? Via Arcademi.

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