Monthly Archives: November 2010

Simone Lourenco

Paper cuts by Simone Lourenco.


Pip & Pop

Explosions of my childhood? or installations by Pip & Pop? It’s all the same.

[via Jealous Curator]

Eungi Kim

Horsey‘ by Eungi Kim. Quite possibly the funniest bike I’ve ever seen.

Zhou Fan

“A series of my paintings is based on dreams that I had as a child of many many jellyfish floating in the sky, some of which fell to the ground on parachures and became mushrooms. These dreams had a strong impact on me, and I remember them vividly. Somehow I feel that it is easier to focus on dreams than reality. In one particular painting, there is a boy crying because he keeps things within him, is easily sad, and he refuses to face reality.” – Zhou Fan

I spent about twenty minutes today trying to find Zhou Fan’s paintings on my blog only to find that somehow I’ve never posted about her. I don’t know how this is possible, but to make up for it these are some of my favorites.


Patrick Dougherty

To date Patrick Doughterty has built over 200 of these sculptures all over the world. I want to live in one.