Ariana Russell’s Sail via DesignBoom
DesignBoom says, “American artist Ariana Russell responds to the unique components of her skin to draw painless, temporary, and ephemeral designs on her body, the designs visible just long enough to photograph the results. Russell has a skin condition called dermatographia…” Read more of the DesignBoom article here.
The image above is an oddly appropriate transitional image from today to tomorrow. Today is the last day of my vacation, I move from bright blue lakes and warm wind back to the chilly bustle of Chicago. I’m cleaning out my email at Lansing, Michigan based Biggby Coffee with lukewarm decaf. Our vacation was wonderful but I’m looking forward to getting back to SAIC and some writing projects. Ta-ta, summer! Enjoy the links below!
Edward Hopper in 3-D via DesignBoom.
A human harp via DesignBoom. This reminds me a bit of Miru Kim’s Naked City Spleen.
A stunning reaction to devastation via DesignBoom.
Gwangju Design Biennale opens on September 6. Read a quick intro via e-flux.
What’s coming up at Doosan Gallery in New York and Seoul.
Next time I’m in Seoul I really need to visit this space.
A la Plage, a la Piscine: Aerial Beach Photographs by Gray Malin via DesignBoom
It’s June and Chicago is demurely hovering around 65 F (18 C) at best. Consider this post my plea to the city to bring us some heat! I want hot. I want sweaty. I want grueling. Bring it! (Or I could just hop on a plane and head to the beach in France pictured above.) Check out the post on DesignBoom to see aerial views of beaches in Portugal, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, and the USA.