Pixelated Wood Chip Sculptures by Shawn Smith
Sculptor Shawn Smith sees the world through pixel-tinted glasses, citing objects and animals he’s never seen in real life and conjuring them forth through carefully arranged, dyed wood blocks; the result a blurry abstraction of an item you know feels familiar, but you simply can’t squint hard enough to bring it into focus.
PEE PERFORMANCE A passer-by looks at Richard Jackson’s giant installation of a dog relieving itself on the Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach, California. The steel sculpture, 28 feet tall and 33 feet long and dubbed “Bad Dog,” sprays yellow paint onto the building.(Photo: Alberta Mayo / Barcroft Media via The Telegraph)
This is my second tattoo. It was done by Chris at Skin Deep in Levittown, New York. And I absolutely love it.