Artist Eric Joyner combines two of the greatest things ever — robots and donuts — and creates a one-two punch of awesomeness in his paintings.
In Still Life, Interactive Food Art
John Baldessari’s In Still Life invites viewers to rearrange digitized components of Abraham van Beyeren’s 1667 painting Banquet Still Life.
So instead of your 31st game of solitaire today—play with your food, 17th century Dutch painter style. It could literally shave minutes off your mind-numbing day.
And yes, there is an app for that.
[link, thanks Lost At E Minor]
The Presidential Ham
Dark Meat | The Hauntingly Beautiful Works of Mark Ryden
Opening April 29th at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City, is the latest exhibition by artist Mark Ryden entitled The Gay 90’s: Old Tyme Art Show. In the past Ryden has shown an incredibly unique style, impossible to categorize as it seems to show little semblance or influence from a specific style or era.
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