The aesthetic forms of the signature are very intriguing. When I paypal’ed $1.74 to the seller, I included the following note: Thanks for selling this card. It has to be one of the coolest signatures ever. It’s like a work of art. Pico’s signature is much like a Picasso cubist painting with its deep curves […]
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Here’s what the Art Institute should do for their lion sculptures for Christmas 2011. Wrap them entirely in crochet. People would love it. Photo from http://animalnewyork.com/2010/12/wall-street-bull-crocheted/ Here’s what the Art Insitute of Chicago did in 2010: And what the lion sculptures wore in 2009: What do you think the Art Institute lions should wear for […]
Someone made some wrong measurements, because the Chicago Blackhawks helmets don’t quite fit onto the heads of the lions in front of the Art Institute. The Art Institute of Chicago posted a very nice photo album online of the helmets being installed. My brother, unlikelymoose made some good observations about the helmets: I love the […]
My brother and I have commented so much on a particular photo on the Art Institute’s flickr account, that it is now their #1 most popular photo. I encourage you to leave a fun comment on this photo of people in skinny jeans standing around the free candy pile of artwork by F√©lix Gonz√°lez-Torres.
Once the Art Insitute of Chicago closes every night, the artwork hanging on the walls talk to each other. They like to discuss their histories and how they relate to one another. Sometimes they’ll brag about how long certain people looked at them that day. It’s always fun when the curators mix the standard permanent […]
I’m searching for reviews on the The Medici show at the art institute of chicago, and not coming up with much. (here’s a page with links) If I were an art museum guard, I would talk to people about the art and then chronicle all the thoughts on an art blog. So then there would […]