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Working primarily as a digital artist over the last decade, Daniel considered what might happen if he were to pull out a blank page and begin to draw, not on commission and with no particular purpose in mind. The self-imposed minimum, one drawing a day, was to serve as an exercise to pull himself away from the computer and to begin to explore analog creativity. Within the spontaneity of this process, something interesting and new began to emerge. The final vocabulary of this long-term project has resulted in a curious bestiary cut from old accounting books and ephemera, brought to life with ink and paint, scissors and collage, resulting in an original and thoroughly whimsical world. We are pleased to announce that all 365 daily artworks are now on display at The Invisible Dog, Daniel Horowitz’s most comprehensive solo show to date. We are also very excited to introduce an upcoming exclusive collection of prints, selected from the “365″ series, for Stampa, available April 9th.
View Daniel’s full portfolio here.
Stampa bears the imprint of Stephanie Pesakoff, founder of Art Department Illustration Division. For 16 years she has discovered, encouraged and fostered the talents of commercial illustrators, bridging art with commerce. Now she introduces Stampa, a gallery of beautiful images from her exclusive roster and beyond, that will help transform your home or office into a stylish interior. With unprecedented access to these affordably priced archival prints, Stampa invites you to curate your space.
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In honor of his 75th birthday, seventy-five hand-picked established and emerging international artists, including our own Sasha Prood, were asked to each create a portrait of architect Sir Peter Cook for an exhibit titled “75 Peters”. Beginning today, the portraits are being auctioned on the Adam & Eve Stream here, with 100% of the proceeds being donated to the charity, Architecture for Humanity. The 75 Peters exhibition will be held in both London and Brisbane, further details are available here.
View Sasha’s full portfolio here.
How to Make Mistakes on Purpose is a workshop about doing things more than talking about them. And it’s not a “creativity workshop”. Because trying to be creative works about as well as trying to be charming. But can you plan a happy accident? In the workshop, things will happen that will make you ask, “What could this be?” People invent new things and have unexpected ideas. In fact, IKEA just launched a design collection that originated in this very workshop.
Now, in partnership with the New York Chapter of the Industrial Designers Society of America, our illustrator Laurie Rosenwald is bringing her lively and unexpected workshop to 3rd Ward in Brooklyn, Friday November 11 from 730-1030pm.
Reserve your spot and purchase your ticket here.