Disturbing and bloody sculptures by Korean artist Dongwook Lee - Lost At E Minor: For creative people
Don’t know if these sculptures belong in an art gallery or a horror film. Either way, they’re poetically and horrifically beautiful. Korean artist Dongwook
Moby: Los Angeles, The First City of the Apocalypse - Creative Time Reports
Once he realized New York had become an unaffordable city that people “visit, observe, patronize and document, but donât actually add to,” Moby moved to Los Angeles, drawn by its ethos of experimentation and its comfort with failure.
Yes, please. David Lynch: The Factory Photographs: Petra Giloy-Hirtz: 9783791353333: Amazon.com: Books
David Lynch: The Factory Photographs [Petra Giloy-Hirtz] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Filled with dreamlike and eerie images, this first book of photographs from the director David Lynch offers a window into the iconic filmmaker’s creative vision. Anyone familiar with David Lynch’s cinematic achievement will identify similarities between this series of photographs and his most powerful films. Dark and beautiful