Reach out
Daniel Haim, Founder, Editor-in-Chief
Bloginity Team Bloginity
Good Reads


Visual Arts

Thursday, October 30th 2014
by Daniel Haim

Sachin Teng is a Pratt student and a New York City based artist. He has been acknowledged by the Society of Illustrators, MoMA, and others.

by Daniel Haim

French Award Winning Illustrator, who just won a gold medal at Society of illustrator in Editorial and Book Award 2011.

by Daniel Haim

The energy flow generated through yoga asanas becomes spatially & visually manifest in increasing scale, from molecular level blood cells to the distinctive surrounding architecture, in this Nike spec commercial.

by Daniel Haim

“The Canine Transformation Anomaly” a.k.a. “The Big Bark Theory” is a limited edition signed Somerset Velvet Giclee print.

by Daniel Haim

This summer, the Kunsthal Rotterdam will be presenting work by Japanese artist Ayako Rokkaku (1982) in an exhibition entitled ‘Colours in My Hand’.

by Daniel Haim

Charlotte-based artists Anne H. Neilson and Robert Langford are using their talents to help those less fortunate when they present an exhibition of new works March 3-6 at New York’s Red Dot Art Fair, one the most prestigious art events in the country.

by Mica Sebti

This production, a rendition of the academy award winning film is sure to go down in theatre history as a gripping performance by two acting heavy weights. As they exchanged their comedic banter I found myself utterly blown away by the dynamic duo and their ability to transform right on stage.

by Mica Sebti

Still unsure about what to do for Valentine ’s Day? look no further than the show for all ages Dear Edwina. Dear Edwina is a heartwarming show about the joys of growing up.

by Daniel Haim

The Broadway company of “Driving Miss Daisy” has announced that their Special Benefit Performance for The Actors Fund will be dedicated to the memory of Lynn and Corin Redgrave.

by Daniel Haim

Award-winning visual effects company Zoic Studios, which opened its doors in the city in 2006, has expanded to a bigger, brighter loft space in Gastown.

by Daniel Haim

These are real shapee and size ceramic skateboards made in Santiago, Chille. The skateboards are painted by hand and with silkscreen.

by Daniel Haim

French illustrator Anastasia Elias creates scenes from toilet paper rolls.

by Daniel Haim

The represented subject in this installation is the antique theme of the metamorphosis intended as an unceasing transformation of shapes from a “primigenial chaos”.

by Daniel Haim

The paper-art of Cheong-ah Hwang is unlike any other. Hwang puts a peculiar twist on the exquisite art form by cutting, folding and layering sheets for a 3D effect.

by Daniel Haim

Netherlands based artist dOminic brown. Brown said he is inspired by many different things including ancient cultures.

by Daniel Haim

Jonatan is a Spanish illustrator who’s focus is on advertising illustration, but also works in children’s and fantastic artwork, as well as comic.

by Daniel Haim

The will to pursue one’s individual happiness is the driving force behind many of our actions. But when ambition and reality clash the outcome often is not the desired one.

by Daniel Haim

Jenny Mörtsell grew up in Stockholm, Sweden, and as a kid filled drawing pad after drawing pad with mostly horses, boys and shoes.

by Daniel Haim

The quadruplet ‘Sisters of Destruction’ are immortal nymphs who fed on human flesh, namely young men. They would seduce, kill and then consume weary travelers.

by Daniel Haim

Here’s a series of clean packaging designed by Antrepo for brands like Nutella, Pringles, Corn Flakes, Red Bull, Durex and other brands. “Minimalist effect in the maximalist market”.

by Daniel Haim

Minga is a laboratory of ideas. A design and creativity company based in Argentina, bringing together a multidiciplinary team under the premise of offering inventive efficient and immediate solutions.

by Daniel Haim

Filmmakers Mark and Angela Walley follow photographer Sarah Sudhoff as she works on her series titled At the Hour of Our Death. In the series Sudhoff creates large-scale color photographs of stained fabrics from trauma scenes and discusses the invisibility of death in our culture.

by Brian Willett

As the Spiderman franchise prepares for a fourth film (in 3D, no less), the superhero is about to hit another height – Spiderman will be on Broadway. Excited? You can find Spiderman the musical tickets right here. If you’re not excited yet, you can check out the Spiderman on Broadway preview video below.

by Daniel Haim

Alexa Meade has innovated a Trompe-L’Oeil painting technique that can perceptually compress three-dimensional space into a two-dimensional plane.