Neon Lit Acrylic Collection from www.pimpartworks.com

PimpArtworks cutting edge Acrylic artworks come complete with backlit neon Lighting.

The customised LED lighting has 8 changeable neon lighting effects via a RGB controller, including a rainbow effect which gradually cycles through all the electrifying colours.

Set it to your preference or let it cycle. Whatever option it will back light your artwork & wall in style.

These are limited. Once they are gone, they are gone…

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See the whole Neon Lit Acrylic Collection – www.pimpartworks.com/artists_neon

John Felix Arnold at Shooting gallery

We did not happen to be at the opening reception for John FelixArnold III’s show Pilgrimage just because being based in London, a trip to at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco would have been just too epic.

We read though about it above all enjoyed very much looking at the artist’s new works which associate painting, drawing and mixed media. We are presented in this show with his hyperbolised visual depictions of a post-apocalyptic future world called Unstoppable Tomorrow.

This is a new installment in Arnold’s series of Past exhibition volumes have included Unstoppable Tomorrow Vol.1, Past from the Blast, The Love of All Above, Should I Stay or Should I Go?, Found in Darkness, Bright on Time, and In Memory Of. Read more about this work on Vimeo

We have included some of the works in the show below.

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The exhibition, running from May 10 through June 7 at Shooting gallery in San Fransisco

Clemens Behr & Romain Froquet – cardboard, wood, yarn and paint

We have already featured Clemens Behr‘s cardboards installations and are again very happy to do so. This time, the playground is in Paris and the collaboration is with French painter Romain Froquet.

The fruit of this partnership are two eye-catching 3D installations enhanced by Froquet’s neat and intricate abstract paintings which can be seen below. The video of this collaborative work has also been included below.

Clemens Behr and Romain Froquet installation

Meet Sluggo, the character made of chalk

If you are from Michigan, we may have stumbled upon Sluggo, a rather alien looking green thing. Ann Arbor – Michigan is where Sluggo lives and chalk is what he is made of. Locals seems to have accepted him since he moved to the town back in 2008, some even say that he is some sort of celebrity now…

He has built a reputation as a semi-subterranean creature, architecturally flexible staff and a soft spot for the flying pigs” says its creator, David Zinn.

Like Sluggo on Facebook, yes it is on Facebook.

Sluggo by Davis Zinn

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