Posts Tagged: Spain
Jakuesta Kuesta is a Spanish artist currently residing between Santiago de Compostela and the island of Ibiza. The geometric, almost architectural shapes we find in his paintings, matched by vivid and contrasting colors, are inspired by the north of Spain and the Mediterranean, two regions that complement each other, as the artist says.
The competition entry presented by Matteo Cainer Architects for the Museum Santiago Ydáñez in Spain arises as a conceptual jazz improvisation, expressing the relationship between the work of the artists, the site and the building program. The intersection of the
Birdboy is a fantastic short movie, that tells the story of a strange friendship between Birdboy and Dinky, two inhabitants of a city filled with pollution and prejudice. The film is directed by Pedro Rivero and Alberto Vázquez, based upon the graphic novel
Cóm-oda is a set of folding chairs designed by Spanish design studio Mr. Simon. The greatest feature of this set is that, when not in use, they can be folded and turned into a large bench, revealing a larger image on the surface of the new created bench.
Yayoi Kusama was born March 22, 1929 in Matsumoto is a Japanese artist whose paintings, collages, soft sculptures, performance art and environmental installations all share an obsession with repetition, pattern, and accumulation.
Advertising photographer Eduardo Diaz Bourgeot lives and works in Spain. His photos are full of humor, dynamic scenes and subtle irony.
Argentine artist Hiyuro (Hyuro) creates work in a style very different from the usual graffiti, but in fact this is a street art. Living in Spain, she draws very poetic, sometimes eerie, pictures, bizzare characters that settle on the walls and fences of local