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artsfortransit:

Exhibition Tuesday!
Influential artist and master printmaker, the late Robert Blackburn created In Everything There Is A Season, a permanent glass mosaic artwork on the platform walls of the 116th Street station on the 6 Line. The original collages created for this mosaic installation are currently on view at the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland in Robert Blackburn: Passages. This first comprehensive retrospective features 90 original artworks by Blackburn. On view until December 19th, the exhibition will begin a national tour in January 2015.
artsfortransit:

Exhibition Tuesday!
Influential artist and master printmaker, the late Robert Blackburn created In Everything There Is A Season, a permanent glass mosaic artwork on the platform walls of the 116th Street station on the 6 Line. The original collages created for this mosaic installation are currently on view at the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland in Robert Blackburn: Passages. This first comprehensive retrospective features 90 original artworks by Blackburn. On view until December 19th, the exhibition will begin a national tour in January 2015.
artsfortransit:

Exhibition Tuesday!
Influential artist and master printmaker, the late Robert Blackburn created In Everything There Is A Season, a permanent glass mosaic artwork on the platform walls of the 116th Street station on the 6 Line. The original collages created for this mosaic installation are currently on view at the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland in Robert Blackburn: Passages. This first comprehensive retrospective features 90 original artworks by Blackburn. On view until December 19th, the exhibition will begin a national tour in January 2015.
artsfortransit:

Exhibition Tuesday!
Influential artist and master printmaker, the late Robert Blackburn created In Everything There Is A Season, a permanent glass mosaic artwork on the platform walls of the 116th Street station on the 6 Line. The original collages created for this mosaic installation are currently on view at the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland in Robert Blackburn: Passages. This first comprehensive retrospective features 90 original artworks by Blackburn. On view until December 19th, the exhibition will begin a national tour in January 2015.
artsfortransit:

Exhibition Tuesday!
Influential artist and master printmaker, the late Robert Blackburn created In Everything There Is A Season, a permanent glass mosaic artwork on the platform walls of the 116th Street station on the 6 Line. The original collages created for this mosaic installation are currently on view at the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland in Robert Blackburn: Passages. This first comprehensive retrospective features 90 original artworks by Blackburn. On view until December 19th, the exhibition will begin a national tour in January 2015.

artsfortransit:

Exhibition Tuesday!

Influential artist and master printmaker, the late Robert Blackburn created In Everything There Is A Season, a permanent glass mosaic artwork on the platform walls of the 116th Street station on the 6 Line. The original collages created for this mosaic installation are currently on view at the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland in Robert Blackburn: Passages. This first comprehensive retrospective features 90 original artworks by Blackburn. On view until December 19th, the exhibition will begin a national tour in January 2015.


hahamagartconnect:

HOW’S ABOUT A PANTONE COLOR CODED BREW?
It would make it considerably easier to order a 1595 C than say the usual menu of 25 different crafted brews that take me 20 minutes to decipher before I can taste. Spanish creative agency, Txaber reimagined beer label designs by packaging them as a Pantone-inspired brew, each brew was matched to a corresponding Pantone color.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.hahamagartconnect:

HOW’S ABOUT A PANTONE COLOR CODED BREW?
It would make it considerably easier to order a 1595 C than say the usual menu of 25 different crafted brews that take me 20 minutes to decipher before I can taste. Spanish creative agency, Txaber reimagined beer label designs by packaging them as a Pantone-inspired brew, each brew was matched to a corresponding Pantone color.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.hahamagartconnect:

HOW’S ABOUT A PANTONE COLOR CODED BREW?
It would make it considerably easier to order a 1595 C than say the usual menu of 25 different crafted brews that take me 20 minutes to decipher before I can taste. Spanish creative agency, Txaber reimagined beer label designs by packaging them as a Pantone-inspired brew, each brew was matched to a corresponding Pantone color.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.hahamagartconnect:

HOW’S ABOUT A PANTONE COLOR CODED BREW?
It would make it considerably easier to order a 1595 C than say the usual menu of 25 different crafted brews that take me 20 minutes to decipher before I can taste. Spanish creative agency, Txaber reimagined beer label designs by packaging them as a Pantone-inspired brew, each brew was matched to a corresponding Pantone color.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.hahamagartconnect:

HOW’S ABOUT A PANTONE COLOR CODED BREW?
It would make it considerably easier to order a 1595 C than say the usual menu of 25 different crafted brews that take me 20 minutes to decipher before I can taste. Spanish creative agency, Txaber reimagined beer label designs by packaging them as a Pantone-inspired brew, each brew was matched to a corresponding Pantone color.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.
Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.

hahamagartconnect:

HOW’S ABOUT A PANTONE COLOR CODED BREW?

It would make it considerably easier to order a 1595 C than say the usual menu of 25 different crafted brews that take me 20 minutes to decipher before I can taste. Spanish creative agency, Txaber reimagined beer label designs by packaging them as a Pantone-inspired brew, each brew was matched to a corresponding Pantone color.

Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.

Right now it’s just a concept, but these trendy brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you. What can I say, the typeface (Hipstelvetica - created by Spanish typographer José Gomes) sealed it’s fate.


supersonicart:

Tessar Lo’s “Devices and the Virtues.”
Opening Saturday, September 27th at Jaski Gallery in Amsterdam is Tessar Lo’s incredible looking solo show “Devices and the Virtures.”  The show will feature a large amount of brand new paintings by Tessar, incorporating his child like ruminations that explore the mysteries of such as well as the natural world along with many, many new drawings.  Take a look at many more of the beautiful paintings below and be sure to stop by the show if you’re in or near Amsterdam:
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supersonicart:

Tessar Lo’s “Devices and the Virtues.”
Opening Saturday, September 27th at Jaski Gallery in Amsterdam is Tessar Lo’s incredible looking solo show “Devices and the Virtures.”  The show will feature a large amount of brand new paintings by Tessar, incorporating his child like ruminations that explore the mysteries of such as well as the natural world along with many, many new drawings.  Take a look at many more of the beautiful paintings below and be sure to stop by the show if you’re in or near Amsterdam:
Read More
supersonicart:

Tessar Lo’s “Devices and the Virtues.”
Opening Saturday, September 27th at Jaski Gallery in Amsterdam is Tessar Lo’s incredible looking solo show “Devices and the Virtures.”  The show will feature a large amount of brand new paintings by Tessar, incorporating his child like ruminations that explore the mysteries of such as well as the natural world along with many, many new drawings.  Take a look at many more of the beautiful paintings below and be sure to stop by the show if you’re in or near Amsterdam:
Read More
supersonicart:

Tessar Lo’s “Devices and the Virtues.”
Opening Saturday, September 27th at Jaski Gallery in Amsterdam is Tessar Lo’s incredible looking solo show “Devices and the Virtures.”  The show will feature a large amount of brand new paintings by Tessar, incorporating his child like ruminations that explore the mysteries of such as well as the natural world along with many, many new drawings.  Take a look at many more of the beautiful paintings below and be sure to stop by the show if you’re in or near Amsterdam:
Read More

supersonicart:

Tessar Lo’s “Devices and the Virtues.”

Opening Saturday, September 27th at Jaski Gallery in Amsterdam is Tessar Lo’s incredible looking solo show “Devices and the Virtures.”  The show will feature a large amount of brand new paintings by Tessar, incorporating his child like ruminations that explore the mysteries of such as well as the natural world along with many, many new drawings.  Take a look at many more of the beautiful paintings below and be sure to stop by the show if you’re in or near Amsterdam:

Read More


hifructosemag:

The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House in London recently commissioned Phlegm to create work for their annual contemporary arts festival, Deloitte Ignite. Curated by The Royal Ballet and The National Gallery’s Minna Moore Ede, the theme of this year’s festival is mythology. In particular, the major focus is on the stories of Prometheus, the Titan who creates man from clay and tricks the Gods; and Leda and the Swan, the union of a mortal woman and the god Zeus disguised as a swan. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House in London recently commissioned Phlegm to create work for their annual contemporary arts festival, Deloitte Ignite. Curated by The Royal Ballet and The National Gallery’s Minna Moore Ede, the theme of this year’s festival is mythology. In particular, the major focus is on the stories of Prometheus, the Titan who creates man from clay and tricks the Gods; and Leda and the Swan, the union of a mortal woman and the god Zeus disguised as a swan. Read more on Hi-Fructose.

hifructosemag:

The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House in London recently commissioned Phlegm to create work for their annual contemporary arts festival, Deloitte Ignite. Curated by The Royal Ballet and The National Gallery’s Minna Moore Ede, the theme of this year’s festival is mythology. In particular, the major focus is on the stories of Prometheus, the Titan who creates man from clay and tricks the Gods; and Leda and the Swan, the union of a mortal woman and the god Zeus disguised as a swan. Read more on Hi-Fructose.