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Here's to another work week coming to a close. Let's celebrate with some friday props! It's a mixed bag edition, so here's a bunch of things I found interesting. This Parody. Entitled "The Timmy Brothers" this piece is a great parody piece about bespoke drinking water. Give it a watch, enjoy a laugh, and pass it along?
A short look at the Timmy Brothers, Brooklyn–based makers of bespoke drinking water.
Bill and Terry Timmy are introducing handcrafted water to the world with an almost pathological attention to craftsmanship and a thirst
I'm always a fan of a well done cover song. There's something to be said for the community created by sharing and appropriating music. So when I stumbled upon the series AV Undercover I had to give it props. Each series they draft a list of songs to be performed, then bring in artists who have to perform one of the songs from the list. The results are pretty spectacular. Here are a few of my favorites so far. Punch Brothers cover The Strokes' "Reptilia" Screaming Females Cover Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" Of Montreal covers The White Stripes' "Fell In Love With Read More >>
It's another week of internet findings! This friday I'm growing up, and telling the youths to get off my lawn! It's Friday Props, the Kids These Days edition. I'll kick off with some senior citizens with some serious street cred. Lata 65 takes first props for bringing the culture of street to the elderly by running workshops in Lisbon Portugal. The project pairs elderly citizens with street artists to create public works of art and cultivate community. Second props this week are going to an urban climbing duo operating as "On The Roofs" for this video of them climbing what is Read More >>
It's the world of tomorrow from yesterday! It's Friday Props, the Retrofuturist edition! I stumbled across some wonderfully quirky visions of the future this week and had to share them for Friday Props. I'll be kicking off with this collection of Japanese futurist illustrations predating the 1960's. The collection is filled with visions of futures utopian or otherwise all with some super retro flair. While sifting through some of these fantastic images I was brought back to hours spent pouring over Chris Foss' "21st Century Foss" as a kid. I'll give his work a props as well and share his Read More >>
Each week I get to spend part of my Friday sharing my internet findings. This week, I'd like to share some of my go-to's for props worthy findings. It's Friday Props, the curated web edition!One of my first go-to's for quality content is Booooooom. The blog features art, film, photography, music, design and more. The site also heavily focuses on user submitted content, with monthly posts dedicated entirely to submissions. You can see last month's here. Boom has a pretty extensive list of art and photo tumblr blogs worth following, and definitely worth going through, here. Below is a look Read More >>
It's Friday, and that means it's time for some friday props. This week I'll be featuring some insanely bright, energized art. First up is work from Australian artist Tanya Schultz, who works under the pseudonyme Pip & Pop. Like her chosen name, her work is light, playful, and full of quirk. Primarily sculpture based, her materials focus heavily on the use of sugar, glitter, and small trinkets and oddities. Check out her portfolio at pipandpop.com.au I'll follow up with work by Souther Salazar, whose work is self described as "an exercise in spontaneity". His paintings are playful, colorful, and feel full Read More >>
Spring is (technically) here, and we're itching for some sunshine around the office. This weeks props go out to some projects that bring a little more color and quirk into our lives; It's Friday Props, the Spring Fever Edition. My first props this week goes to Japanese art collective TeamLab for their latest installation piece "Floating Flower Garden". The immersive piece, currently installed at Miraikan in Tokyo, consists of over 2300 live flowers suspended in a room. When a viewer walks through the piece the flowers closest to them rise to form a dome around them. Check out video footage of Read More >>
Our hundredth Friday Props post is just one week away, so I'll be returning to our themeless roots. But first, I'll put in my plug to come back next week for our 100th Post Retrospective, which promises to be full of fun findings. With that bit of business out of the way, here are your regularly scheduled Friday Props. First props this week go to Ernesto Neto's highly interactive, extremely immersive sculptures. Often regarded as "playscapes" these sculptures engage viewers and encourage their exploration and tactile exploration of the work.Picture below is work from his exhibit entitled "Madness is Part of Read More >>
New Years has come and gone, but it left a lot of us reflecting on how we spent the last 365 days. This weeks Props feature a variety of projects that examine the way we spend and understand our time.
Opening up this weeks roster of Props Worthy findings is a gorgeous infographic that’s been floating around depicting various famous creatives and their daily routines. Navigate over to https://podio.com to experience an interactive version of the chart.
Want to develop a better work routine? Discover how some of the world's Read More >>
Friday has rolled around once again, and with it comes a whole new round of Friday Props. This weeks props delve into the world of culinary. Starting off is a series of pancake based projects by collected over at Saipancakes. The most recent project features the creation pancakes more reminiscent of spirograph art than breakfast food. The “spirocakes” are created with a custom built “pangraph” device. (plans to build your own can be found here) The site also features pancake portraits, a pancake pendulum, and various other flapjack inspired creations. Kickstarter Project Food Truck Revolution also caught our attention this week. The Read More >>