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Reason 5,672 why salt shouldn't be banned: artist Meara O'Reilly uses it to create this series of beautiful patterns. O'Reilly sings different tones into a mic which is hooked up to a Chladni plate — a plate used to illustrate two-dimensional vibrations — that's covered in salt. The salt then sort [...]
Photograph: Sarah Torr, "What Lies Beneath the Ice"
Sarah Torr, a student at Loughborough University in Leicestershire, UK, has created a series of photographs depicting the effect of chocolate on ice. The photographs will be shown at Chewable Studios, also in Leicestershire. The images are enigmatic; one cannot immediately tell what is being photographed, or how [...]
Drawing by Marije Vogelzang on Twitpic
Marije Vogelzang, self-described "eating designer" and author of the recently-released Eat Love (read our review) is on Twitter as @Proefamsterdam, and every day she uploads a different drawing, like the above 'Twitter Feeds'.
Photograph by Becki Fuller (AKA RFullerRD)
This poster was put up as part of the The Public Ad Campaign's "New York Street Advertising Takeover," a guerrilla operation where over 120 illegal billboards were white-washed and covered with art in New York City by a team of volunteers and artists. See more photos here, here, and here.
Hamburgerpanda on Etsy describes this print of the baconfish as so: "This is the fish that bacon would come from, if bacon came from fish." 25 bucks!
Enjoy It... While It Lasts, Tim Berg & Rebekah Myers
Remember those giant ice cream sandwiches that we wrote about earlier this week? Yes, you definitely do. We got such an awesome response to that post that we've decided to reward you with an interview with the artists, Timothy John Berg and Rebekah Myers.
Your work deals [...]
"Noodles" comes from the photography section of A Nice Idea Every Day, an art project by Vivien Weyrauch and Fabian Röttger. Their about page says: "Our work is inspired by pretty much everything, mostly bad tv shows, video games, goulash and ponies." [via]
"Eat your heart out", closeup, Timothy Berg and Rebekah Myers
Currently on display at the Dean Project in Long Island City is All Good Things…, the first New York solo exhibition and collaborative project by Timothy Berg and Rebekah Myers.
“Between a rock”, Timothy Berg and Rebekah Myers
The exhibition is composed of four separate parts inhabiting the [...]