These one of a kind, handmade, decoupaged vintage globes by Wendy Gold are just so darn lovely.

I came across the work of wood sculptor, Jason Tennant on Etsy. His material is sourced from fallen trees that he finds in the area surrounding his cabin which is located in the Finger Lakes region of New York. I want the wolf piece.

A Love Letter For You by Steve Powers is one of the most moving street art projects I’ve seen in some time. Uplifting messages like these that are designed in such gorgeous type are sure to bring smiles to the faces of those that encounter them. Graffiti can make the world a better place.

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The Indelible Dance Company create some very original works like Check Out My Leggings. The piece is hard to put into words. I’ll give it a try though. Three women are choreographed in a quirky and fun manner that feels like electro pop-punk human sculptures in motion. Oh, one more thing. They are all wearing loudly colored leggings but no tops. I must collaborate with them; they’re brilliant,

I must admit that Captain Beefheart is one of those musicians that I’ve been told many times to check out and yet somehow just never did. This morning I read that he just passed away after a long fight against MS. That was the motivation it took for me read up and listen. Clearly, the world is now short one incredibly unique individual. In the early 80’s after being diagnosed with his illness, Anton Corbijn created a short film interview project with Captain Beefheart. David Lynch makes a few appearances asking questions too. Here is part 1 and part 2. Enjoy.

While I’m a fan of beautiful, daring and clever graffiti, I’ve never appreciated the ubiquitous and unimaginative scrawl of a black marker tag. If you are going to leave your mark, then do it right like CT.

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I finally made it to Dia:Beacon. The giant old factory turned into a large scale art space is home to work from the 1960’s to present. It was quiet exciting to see so much work from so many of my favorite modern artists including: Michael Heizer, Robert Smithson, Fred Sandback and Dan Flavin. Though it was the mathematical wall drawings of Sol LeWitt that I wanted to stare at most. See time-lapse of one of his wall drawings here.