Gallery Hijack

Living Modern Art: Duo Pranks Tate Modern & Saatchi

Ok, confession time. The last time I visited the Tate Modern there were a number of exhibits that people just didn’t seem to “get.” Richard Sarra’s Trip Hammer, Martin Boyce’s Gate (We don’t meet here. We are always together first.), ...
1 Okinawa Soba and  T Enami

Stereoviews from Old Japan Converted Into GIFS

Do you remember staring at those Magic Eye pictures, hoping to see an image revealed once your eyes reached that perfect blur? Well that magical phenomenon of stereographs was created long before the 1990’s craze, dating back as far as ...
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Visionary Revelations by Amanda Sage

I was absolutely enthralled with the works of Amanda Sage at Burning Man’s Fractal Nation gallery, where I spent much of my time that week. Some of her paintings felt like images lifted from my thoughts and dreams. A few ...
3 Maskull Lasserre

Skeletal Creatures Carved From Everyday Objects

What once were doors, rolling pins, coat hangers, and picture frames are now the skeletal remains of vertebrates. Montreal-based artist Maskull Lasserre brings these objects to life- or perhaps death. By carefully carving into the wooden surfaces that we commonly ...
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Cyclops Team: 2 Eyes are Better than 1

The saying goes that there is somebody out there everybody, and this cyclops pair have met their match. Created by illustrator Anton Marrast, this hideously adorable couple is inseparable. They seem to live a very adventurous life, and they do ...