More Web Romping

I just couldn't resist showing you some additional lively sites online for April:

Shiro Kuramata has created some stunning contemporary furniture. See especially "How High the Moon", "Miss Blanche", and "Lamp (Oba-Q)".

Remember the Slinky toy we used to flip down the stairs as kids? Here's an updated and animated version from You Tube called "Veniamin's Human Slinky Talent Act"

The Fredric Snitzer Gallery in Miami, Florida, is showing two artists with exuberant sense of color: Gean Moreno

and Gavin Perry

Another delightful You Tube entry, this one called "The Dot and the Line - A Romance in Lower Mathematics".

Jennifer McCurdy has produced some elegant and stunning wheel-thrown ceramics.

Described as "spiritual caricatures", these fascinating contortions were shown at the Summer Seattle Arts Festival in July of 2002 at the University of Washington campus.

The Guggenheim Museum has put up a strong exhibition called "Time, Truth and History: Spanish Painting from El Greco to Picasso"

This next spot, described as "An Industrial Design Supersite", has some fascinating concepts. Scroll down to Monday, March 26, as the entries change daily. Check out the new bicycle, the flying car, and the video on how how CD's are made (don't give away that goat!), etc. Be sure to watch "Obstacles to Success" - it is truly mind-boggling.

c.Corinne Whitaker 2007