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Archie Brennan, Chains, Tapestries for the Nation, 1974-75. Edinburg, Scotland. Hand tapestry woven in wool and cotton. V&A

Archie Brennan, Chains, Tapestries for the Nation, 1974-75. Edinburg, Scotland. Hand tapestry woven in wool and cotton. V&A

(via violetretro)

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4 days ago
irregular
ecstatic field
Jeff Koegel Rubix

Jeff Koegel Rubix

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2 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago
the beast
rainbow
Jeff Koegel, the beast

Jeff Koegel, the beast

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3 weeks ago
sculpture
contemporary art
Charles Ray 

Charles Ray 

(Source: tilmanator, via blvckplvstk)

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My part of a collaborative music / visual art exhibition with Kimbra and her new album, The Golden Echo. My painting, what? is it? about you was inspired by the trippy chemical grooves in Everlovin’ Ya.
The artists participating in this project are Travis Louie, Craola, Victor Castillo, Candice Tripp, Mel Kadel, Nicola Verlato, Jeff Koegel, Mercedes Helnwein, Devngosha, Vonn Sumner, Timothy Armstrong, Svetlana Shigroff, Jono Brandel and Miguel Jiron.
See the entire exhibition here

My part of a collaborative music / visual art exhibition with Kimbra and her new album, The Golden Echo. My painting, what? is it? about you was inspired by the trippy chemical grooves in Everlovin’ Ya.

The artists participating in this project are Travis Louie, Craola, Victor Castillo, Candice Tripp, Mel Kadel, Nicola Verlato, Jeff Koegel, Mercedes Helnwein, Devngosha, Vonn Sumner, Timothy Armstrong, Svetlana Shigroff, Jono Brandel and Miguel Jiron.

See the entire exhibition here

(Source: jeffkoegel)

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Jeff Koegel, the Sweet Song of a Fire 2014

Jeff Koegel, the Sweet Song of a Fire 2014

(Source: slowartday)

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1 month ago
Damien Hirst, Devil Worshiper, 2008, flies and resin on canvas

Damien Hirst, Devil Worshiper, 2008, flies and resin on canvas

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I’m stoked and humbled to be asked by Kimbra to make an artwork based on my experience with her new album, The Golden Echo for a collaborative music/visual art exhibition. My painting, what? is it? about you was inspired by the trippy chemical grooves in Everlovin’ Ya.
The artists participating in this project are Travis Louie, Craola, Victor Castillo, Candice Tripp, Mel Kadel, Nicola Verlato, Jeff Koegel, Mercedes Helnwein, Devngosha, Vonn Sumner, Timothy Armstrong, Svetlana Shigroff, Jono Brandel and Miguel Jiron.

I’m stoked and humbled to be asked by Kimbra to make an artwork based on my experience with her new album, The Golden Echo for a collaborative music/visual art exhibition. My painting, what? is it? about you was inspired by the trippy chemical grooves in Everlovin’ Ya.

The artists participating in this project are Travis Louie, Craola, Victor Castillo, Candice Tripp, Mel Kadel, Nicola Verlato, Jeff Koegel, Mercedes Helnwein, Devngosha, Vonn Sumner, Timothy Armstrong, Svetlana Shigroff, Jono Brandel and Miguel Jiron.

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1 month ago

(Source: serescosmicos, via or1entalist)

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1 month ago
Jules Julien

Jules Julien

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1 month ago


Esteban Pena Parga Dibujos / drawings

(Source: esteban-pena.com, via estebanpena)

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1 month ago
Tommi Musturi

Tommi Musturi

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1 month ago


"Funk is the unending cycle of life. It’s the ultimate concept—wherever your imagination will take it." —Xenobia Bailey

One of four featured artists in #FunkGodJazzMedicine, New York City-based Xenobia Bailey is best known for her eclectic crocheted hats, large-scale mandalas, and tents consisting of colorful concentric circles and repeating patterns. Her designs draw influences from Africa, China, and Native American and Eastern philosophies, with undertones of the domestic aesthetic of her mother and other African American rural and urban homemakers, and of the 1960s and funk visual aesthetic.

Learn more about Xenobia and the other featured artists in Funk, God, Jazz & Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn.

(Source: creativetime)

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Jeff Koegel for the Pennsylvania Gazette. Catherine Gontarek art director

Jeff Koegel for the Pennsylvania Gazette. Catherine Gontarek art director

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