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Iris Nectar

Jul 24 '14
Dear followers in Boston, 

I just set up my table at the Newbury Handmade Market! I will be here everyday until August 3 from 11am - 7 pm! So come say hi to me!

Love,
Iris Nectar

Dear followers in Boston,

I just set up my table at the Newbury Handmade Market! I will be here everyday until August 3 from 11am - 7 pm! So come say hi to me!

Love,
Iris Nectar

Jul 24 '14

Miniature shadowbox sculpture by Iris Nectar on etsy 

I’ll be selling this little guy on Newbury Street starting tomorrow through August 3! To all my followers in Boston, come say hi!

Jul 24 '14

Iris NectarFlower Monster, 2014, polymer clay, crushed walnuts, coffee grinds, acrylic paint, wooden shadowbox, tacky glue, triple thick glaze

I’ll be selling this little guy on Newbury Street starting tomorrow through August 3! To all my followers in Boston, come say hi!

Jul 24 '14

Handmade eyeball flower brooches by Iris Nectar

I’ll be selling these babies on Newbury Street starting tomorrow through August 3! To all my followers in Boston, come say hi!

Jul 24 '14

Mobile circus by jikits on etsy 

Jul 23 '14

Hand-painted volcano by Sandra Eterovic on etsy 

Jul 23 '14
Burning Up by Alaina Varrone

Burning Up by Alaina Varrone

Jul 23 '14
Jul 23 '14

museumnerd:

You’re gonna need a team of dodgeball experts to keep people from trying to climb these.

publicartfund:

Olaf Breuning’s Clouds are almost ready  - exhibition opens tomorrow! Every day will be blue sky day at 60th Street and 5th Avenue. 

photos: Micah Bozeman 

Jul 23 '14

Samia Halaby

In the ’80s Halaby became a pioneer carrying out experiments that merged art with technology. She indeed wrote programs to create digital moving paintings and also incorporated sounds in them through an Atari Amiga.

The computer assumed a central role in her kinetic paintings, though Halaby didn’t use it as a pencil or a brush to imitate painting, but as the medium. Halaby’s computer program joined sound and graphic commands, which she used to produce kinetic paintings by playing the keyboard.

She often played live performances using the program accompanied by two musicians known as the Kinetic Painting Group. This open collective of artists allowed her to work with a variety of musicians, dancers, poets, and story tellers, and create multi-media performances. (via)

Jul 23 '14
Jul 23 '14
Jul 23 '14
snapmagazine:

KENZO Spring/Summer ‘14 campaign

snapmagazine:

KENZO Spring/Summer ‘14 campaign

(Source: weareselecters)