British artist and designer, Alex Chinneck turns a house in a quarter pip in his brilliant installation entitled ‘From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toe’ is on view in Margate, England until October 2014.
BBB Issue 8 interviewee, Marc Gooderham, has a new limited edition print show at Town House in London. The show “Stories Of The Street: Faded Grandeur, is a show comprised of a number of prints of his urban London landscapes and is set to end on July 21st. So get out there, show some support and buy some fantastic work by an excellent artist.
Austrian born artist, Erwin Wurm, currently lives and works in Vienna and Limburg and is notorious for his sculpture works, especially his “One Minute Sculptures”. Wurm also creates material-based (fat) sculptures that take everyday objects and make them obese. This piece, Fat House, is an overfed home that’s exploding at the foundation.
Designed by Philipp Schuster and his friends, this once glamorous hunting lodge, has now been converted into a house skateboard park. It’s so damn cool to see and inspiring. That’s does it! We’re tearing down our house and doing the same.
If you smoked enough salvia it’s probably possible to truly see the world like this. But if you’re not into drugs than The Upside Down House who was built by Polish architects Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozanski, in the western Austrian village of Terfens might be a more suitable viewing pleasure.