David Hockey keeps going and going and I love that about him. Now he’s using Apple devices to make more works of art, and they are wonderful. To see what I mean, go read this at artnet.com: David Hockney Has Made Beautiful (and Rarely Seen) iPad Drawings of the View From His Bedroom Window. Enjoy Them Here.
If that gets you excited, in theory you could order the book. However at a price of $2000, it is more a work of art than a simple book: David Hockney. My Window (Limited Edition) – TASCHEN Books
I hope he continues to make art in one form or another. Based on this on Austin Kleon’s site, it’s likely he will.
P.S. I love that drawing above. The raindrops are especially good.
P.S.S. I recommend that Kleon post too. Or anything Hockney says about art.
(Image link from article on artnet.com)
The good folks at Taschen are celebrating their 40th Anniversary. One way they are celebrating is by releasing this fantastic book on the great artist, Basquiat.
I picked it up on the weekend and I love it. It is packed with more images of his work than I have seen anywhere else. All for a very reasonable price.
You can order it directly from Taschen, or get it wherever fine books are sold.
P.S. For more Basquiat, you can see many of his images online,here, at wikiart.org.
You might be surprised (or you might not) to see that much of what top chefs have in their fridges is not all that different than you. If you are skeptical, you should check out this book: Inside Chefs’ Fridges, Europe. Top chefs open their home refrigerators. from TASCHEN Books. If anything, your North American fridge may have alot more in it than the typical smaller European icebox.
The book is worth a look: besides the peek inside, their is also recipes and other things of interest.