Wonderful photos of museum visitors who happen to match artworks they are viewingOn November 1, 2017 by Ilene
Austrian photography Stefan Draschan sits patiently in museums around Europe until he notices that someone viewing an artwork appears to match the art in some way. The delightful series of photos is titled “People Matching Artworks.”
Directed by Noah Harris and animated by Nicos Livesey from character designes by McKay Felt and Rufus Dayglo, this meta-bit pixel masterpiece accompanies the latest single from Gorillaz.
Digital Vegetables is an installation by PARTY that was part of the 2017 Tokyo Midtown Design Touch event.
From Entertain the Elk: “A love letter to video stores, horror films, and the AIDA Advertising Method that made the artwork on their VHS covers so effectively grotesque and memorable.”
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