Use of sequins reaches another level on these meticulously ornate and decorative works. London based artist Sequin Kay draws inspiration from Indian culture and its interpretation of light and spirituality. If you are around London this December go and see Kay’s works in HangUpGallery where she will be exhibiting with Lauren Baker. Kay also collaborated with Philip Levine on the amazing head piece shown below that was displayed in Old Street underground station in London.
Body sculptures / performance by California artist Charles Ray, 1985.
“Playdate” (2006) by John Waters is featuring Michael Jackson and Charles Manson as toddlers interacting with each other in a play session.
Exhibited @Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York.
Light box projection titled Altro by Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli
Tape on chalkboard (40X50cm) by the New York -based, Korean artist Hong Seon Jang.
Drawings -gouache on mylar- by artist Daniel Arsham, from design duo Snarkitecture.
Paint collage, ink and pencil on magazine paper, by artist Rai Escalé
Series of drawings on human figure by British artist Antony Gormley
I have a Mooncup (also called a Keeper). You should Google it, and get one, as they will save you heapo money & are excellent.
I took these photos because I thought it would be funny, and because I do not find stuff disgusting because it came out of my vagina. My vagina is awesome.”
Said and Done by Sarah, aka snaggle tooth.
WWT’s Fashion Tip: Not an ideal combination with your white linen shirt
American Acid Capsule with Cloth Container, 1969-70 by artist Richard Marquis (glass/ cloth container by Nirmal Kauer), Pam Biallas Collection
A Friendly Ghost, by Berlin based contemporary artist Hanna Brandes at Tanja Pol gallery, 2007