I’ve done lots and lots of creative research as of late. And for some reason I keep stumbling unto the most interesting and yet time-consuming works of art. In this fast pace society there seems hardy any space for anything that can’t be done in 0.8 seconds. Honest I’ve found myself being swept up into the high-speed vortex we call modern-day living. High demand equals, high productivity equals, high cash flow. Right? But what about quality.?
I know it sounds horrible but I was very guilty of exiling some really good ideas to the wayside because I thought they took up way to much of my precious time. But honestly it has nothing to do with the wasting of precious time, more like being obsessed with result & a short attention span.
I’d like to think that these finds have come along to show that great things need great amounts of time. That some of the best works do take a while and are worth the while. Maybe I need to slow down be more observant and see what unfolds in the process instead of racing towards some un-fulfilling hasty result.
With all that being said let me share with you my newest discovery, jewelry designer or better said, Jewelry Artist Teresa Sullivan. I think Artist is more suiting of a title because her work goes beyond that which we consider adornment. She painstakingly threads beads into beautiful works of art, creating sculptural designs that demand attention. Her is work is mind-blowing and most definitely worth the while. She doesn’t only seclude her time to that of jewelry making. She also creates tapestries and other beaded objects. Her pieces tell a story of super heroines, comics and science fiction. Although meant to be worn on the body each piece can independently stand on its own. They’re not just jewelry.
- Ecstasy Necklace photo: Dan Kvitka
See more of Teresa Sullivan’s work at http://www.teresasullivanstudio.com/
The sun is shining extra, extra, extra bright today. Greatly welcomed after days of rain. It seems as if the sun is making up for lost time. I woke up this morning squinting. So no ordinary eyewear will do. Definitely need something to match the sun’s intensity.
I found these lovely yet quirky Double-Framed Sunglasses from Dolce & Gabbana‘s 2010 collection. The double frames are just what I need to protect my eyeballs from all this sunshine. So I’m gonna start saving now, should have them by mid-fall. Just in time. ;-D
Well if you’re German artist, Hans-Peter Feldmann you’ll wallpaper the Guggenheim Museum with it. All $100,000 in 1 dollar bills of his prize money is now officially the world’s most expensive wallpaper. The Hugo Boss Prize, in partnership with the Guggenheim Museum promotes contemporary art. Hans-Peter Feldmann is the eighth and oldest winner of the prize.
Take money out of its context and it suddenly has a different meaning.
It is just paper, isn’t it???
Wall painting by Supakitch and Koralieat the VÄRLDSKULTUR MUSEET GÖTEBORG / SWEDENWith the support of POSCA
In collaboration with Spanish performance artist Alicia Framis, United Nude has come up with a shoe for the “Moon Life” project, based on the premise that humans will one day live in outer-space. The carbon-fiber shoe comes flat, packed with assembly instructions and interchangeable uppers that you can switch out for a custom look. Source
I love “the build your own shoe” idea. I too am a firm believer in consumer participation. But what worries me more than the living on the moon, is the non-existent support for my non-existent arch. If you’re like me and have no arch to speak of then here is a little tip for ya. On arrival to the venue, find a seat and remain in it the entire night. These shoes are NOT made for walking.