In just a few years Ryan Ashley Malarkey has soared to international fame by winning the 2016 â€śInk Masterâ€ť and starring on the 2017 reality show, â€śInk Master: Angels.â€ť In 2018 she was the most sought-after tattooistâ€”headlining conventions in many countries including the United States, Mexico, England, Spainâ€”and on the cover of top magazines Tattoo […]
â€śHumantropyâ€ť is a word coined by artist Philip Ob Rey to describe the decline of civilization in an age of renewed chaos. To explore this concept, Ob Rey constructed spectral giants made out of VHS tape and found natural objects (feathers, stones, and seaweed) and photographed them in the frozen, brooding plains of Iceland. Each […]
Glasgow visual artist and Turner Prize nominee Jim Lambie is currently in the midst of a retrospective at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh. The first thing that strikes you about Lambieâ€™s work and the exhibition is his striking use of colour. Along the whole of the upstairs gallery space, snaking across the gallery floor is “Zobop” […]
“Tape Generations” is an experimental project by Johan Rijpma. The artist has stuck a bunch of tape rolls to a flat surface, positioned them in a symmetrical shape, and with the force of gravity these objects begin to move in unpredictable ways. It is fascinating to watch!
A few years ago, I published the outdoor art of Askash Nihalani. Now, you can view his latest work at Flickr!
Using duct, electrical, and vinyl tape, Rebecca Ward symmetrically aligns each color line. It is impressive!