Archive for the ‘art’ category

Cassette Tape Portraits

March 23, 2009


Ghost in the Machine (not sure who that is) has posted some amazing portraits created from recycled cassette tapes. The portrait of Bob Dylan is striking. Click here for the Flikr gallery. Check out the Hendrix one!

[hit to Drawn!]


Hanging in There…

February 23, 2009

Sorry it has been a while since I have posted… I have been scrounging up work and trying to stay afloat. You understand, I am sure… more fun posts coming soon.


Photo by Tim Flach, an amazing animal photographer. 
Check out some of his work:

What Makes a Book Tick…

October 20, 2008

I found a blog post about stunning sculptures created from used books. These amazing creations are called by some “book dissections” or “book autopsies”. I tend to not see them as being something so grim! Click here to see more about “The Bittersweet Art of Cutting Up Books.”

we think…

April 4, 2008

In the past you were what you owned…. now you are what you share…

[Thanks to Jim Hancock for posting this]

Amazing Brown Tape Art

March 19, 2008


Who says ya can’t make something cool with translucent brown tape? Mixed media artist Mark Khaisman layers several pieces of tape on Plexiglas panels to create these mesmerizing rustic illuminations with textures much like a knife painting with broad wide strokes. Very cool, time lapse like retro, and mysterious…

Check out more of his stuff by clicking here.