One Loop Portrait a Week – #18
For 2014, Eric Beug is working on his lung strength
Oh, these are so fun. It’s really refreshing to see an artist/photographer who is making fun work. Not everything has to be deep and meaningful at first look, people!
One Loop Portrait a Week – #14
Sophia Wallace‘s fire extinguishing thoughts
Romain Laurent challenged himself to create one of these a week. Check out more on his Tumblr.
Valerie Hegarty is a New York artist working with the power of nature. Her art falls apart, decomposes and is eaten away.
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Oh look, I’m back to show you the work of New York street artist Lunar New Year. Take a gander:
I love calling Valentine’s Day VD. Artist Mitch O’Connell has quite a collection:
Oh whoa. The violin that Wallace Hartley was playing Nearer my God to Thee on while the Titanic was sinking has been found. After the ship sunk, he used it to float on. The violin was discovered only by chance when the son of an amateur musician found it in his attic. It was given to his mother by her violin teacher and was left gathering dust.
Michael Pajon has a show at New Orleans’ Jonathan Ferrera Gallery through the end of May. It’s titled O Bury Me Not from a Depression-era cowboy ballad, and has collages that I could spend all day looking at. Check it out, lucky ones in Nola!