Tag: Installation art
Did you know there is an International Garden Festival? In fact there has been 22nd of them! And one is happening right now in France. I came across this beautiful public art garden installation by French architects Meir Lobaton Corona and Ulli Heckmann, titled Outside-in. Outside-in is a garden within a garden, a “micro-universe” where [...]
London artist Robert Currie transforms gallery spaces with the simple materials of old cassette and video tape ribbons. His large scale installations explore the contrast of positive and negative, rational and irrational, and as stated in his artist statement “the inevitability of the emergence of order from disorder.” These repetitive reflective textures change based on your physical position [...]
Riley and I met up with the creators of Bherd Studios over the weekend at The Lookout on Bellevue Ave E. in Capitol Hill. Lucky for us, we passed the work-in-progress of Mad Art’s Mad Homes Exhibition. A 3 week urban installation of public art that opens this Saturday, July 16th. Learn more about the exhibition and Mad [...]
Capsized boat art, entitled “Love love” A fantastic piece of art from artist Julien Berthier. It is the perfect vessel if you love people speeding towards you and asking “Do you need any help?”. So good I wish I thought of it first.
I stopped by Seattle Jewish Community School today to drop off the proof for their annual report. So fun to see their tzdakah caterpillar come to life with a new school year!
The Seattle Jewish Community School brought new life to its way of validating community service projects with this fun and unique living sculpture. Growing with each benevolent deed, this quaint embodiment of the center’s mission grabs the attention and cleverly reminds students, teachers, and visitors of the vital importance of charity. Infinitely more eye-catching than [...]
Sure, they’re on the list. But tonight they want to look good enough to walk right in and start dancing. She may know it yet, but the dress she’s looking for is at Marqsmen. And those new sneakers he wants? Yeah, they’re at Marqsmen too. Commence operation Quirky Window Display. Look, ten thousand Facebook friends [...]
When the economy took a nosedive in 2008, the Shoefly boutique pulled up its bootstraps and forged into the holiday season with renewed vigor and a revamped image. The Elevate the Spirit campaign offered subtle encouragement to shoppers with playful window displays in Seattle and Portland, matching Web enhancement, and print ads. Construction cranes signify [...]