#bewareofdog (at Gowanus, Brooklyn)

hyperallergic:

(via Street Murals Designed to Reduce Pedestrian Deaths)

Drivers need to slow down. Traffic deaths are a serious problem across the United States, with pedestrian fatalities increasing in past years. One effort to keep eyes on the road is the use of colorful street art — painted right on the streets.

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I liked this crazy little Polaroid @trestlegallery by Rina Dweck. #brooklyn #gallery #smallworks #gowanus

Cool piece @trestlegallery @rachelklinghoffer! Bra, hydro cal, copper leaf and varnish #brooklyn #gowanus

Join us on Tuesday, July 22 in Dumbo, Brooklyn for DELVE: FOOD + ART!
It’s an event that showcases artists, thinkers, and makers who use food as their medium – they might farm, cook, make art, write and talk about, or research it. Everyone is invited to join us – artists, creatives, arts professionals and art appreciators, foodies, eaters, and your friends and neighbors.
Above are photographs by James Collier, a commercial and fine art photographer who us naturally curious about the intersection between people and what they eat. James spent the last 10 years in California’s Central Valley where he explored food’s role in cultural storytelling, historic preservation, and driving the local economy. http://jamescollier.me
He will joined by Stefani Bardin and Emilie Baltz at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. Join us. Tickets here. Join us on Tuesday, July 22 in Dumbo, Brooklyn for DELVE: FOOD + ART!
It’s an event that showcases artists, thinkers, and makers who use food as their medium – they might farm, cook, make art, write and talk about, or research it. Everyone is invited to join us – artists, creatives, arts professionals and art appreciators, foodies, eaters, and your friends and neighbors.
Above are photographs by James Collier, a commercial and fine art photographer who us naturally curious about the intersection between people and what they eat. James spent the last 10 years in California’s Central Valley where he explored food’s role in cultural storytelling, historic preservation, and driving the local economy. http://jamescollier.me
He will joined by Stefani Bardin and Emilie Baltz at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. Join us. Tickets here. Join us on Tuesday, July 22 in Dumbo, Brooklyn for DELVE: FOOD + ART!
It’s an event that showcases artists, thinkers, and makers who use food as their medium – they might farm, cook, make art, write and talk about, or research it. Everyone is invited to join us – artists, creatives, arts professionals and art appreciators, foodies, eaters, and your friends and neighbors.
Above are photographs by James Collier, a commercial and fine art photographer who us naturally curious about the intersection between people and what they eat. James spent the last 10 years in California’s Central Valley where he explored food’s role in cultural storytelling, historic preservation, and driving the local economy. http://jamescollier.me
He will joined by Stefani Bardin and Emilie Baltz at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. Join us. Tickets here.

Join us on Tuesday, July 22 in Dumbo, Brooklyn for DELVE: FOOD + ART!

It’s an event that showcases artists, thinkers, and makers who use food as their medium – they might farm, cook, make art, write and talk about, or research it. 
Everyone is invited to join us – artists, creatives, arts professionals and art appreciators, foodies, eaters, and your friends and neighbors.

Above are photographs by James Collier, a commercial and fine art photographer who us naturally curious about the intersection between people and what they eat. James spent the last 10 years in California’s Central Valley where he explored food’s role in cultural storytelling, historic preservation, and driving the local economy. http://jamescollier.me

He will joined by Stefani Bardin and Emilie Baltz at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. Join us. Tickets here.

percentforartnyc:

Tattfoo Tan’s work explores the intersection of art, ecology, sustainability, and social practice. In 2010, Percent for Art commissioned Tan for S.O.S. Pledge at PS971 in Brooklyn. A monumental marble wall with gold-painted lettering, the artwork is an artistic appropriation of the Pledge of Allegiance,with a greener mission. Percent for Art met with Mr. Tan to discuss S.O.S Pledge, along with his current projects, his uniform, and what it is he likes about worms.  

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hydeordie:

Very sad to hear about the passing of one of my favorite artists, On Kawara.

One of his more interesting works of his was a series of telegrams he would send to friends every day, the message being simply “I Am Still Alive”. The gravity of the project is made even more profound by the news today.

via balltillifall

RIP On Kawara.

Join us on Tuesday, July 22 in Dumbo, Brooklyn for DELVE: FOOD + ART!
It’s an event that showcases artists, thinkers, and makers who use food as their medium – they might farm, cook, make art, write and talk about, or research it.
Everyone is invited to join us – artists, creatives, arts professionals and art appreciators, foodies, eaters, and your friends and neighbors.

Above is a project by Stefani Bardin, an artist who explores the influences of corporate culture and industrial food production on our food system and the environment. She works with neuroscientists, biologists and gastroenterologists to ground her research in the scientific world. These investigations take the form of single and multi-channel videos, immersive and interactive installations as well as tools for measuring and/or mediating these influences.

She will joined by Emilie Baltz and James Collier at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. Join us. Tickets here.

Lonely summer. #southslope #brooklyn #schoolyard