Ken Adam,DR. STRANGELOVE, OR, HOW I STOPPED WORRYING AND LEARNED TO LOVE THE BOMB (1964)
Who says art can’t taste good? Crumbs and Doilies bakery created a mosaic of a cherry blossom tree out of 10,000 cupcakes for Japanese TV show ITTEQ.
Madrid/Berlin-based artist Pablo Genovés uses vintage photographs to create digital collages depicting museums, performance halls, and ballrooms crushed by forces of nature titled “Precipitados”
Laurie Simmons, Walking Cake II (Color), 1989
Kent Monkman, The Collapsing of Time and Space in an Ever Expanding Universe, 2011
In a life-size museum diorama, the artist’s alter ego Miss Chief, appears simultaneously in the past, present, and future as an aging diva alone in her Parisian apartment listening repeatedly to her one “hit” record - Dance to Miss Chief. Overcome with nostalgia, tears well up as she gazes longingly through a window at a sublime landscape - the trackless forests of her nubile youth but a distant memory. (via)
I’m facing the music and trying to understand that I’m drawn to pieces like this for a reason, and I need to just deal with it. I absolutely adore this one. Cave to Canvas has been posting his work all day, and I’ve loved quite a few of the posts, but this one might be my favorite so far.