Artist Arya Mularama illustrated this piece depicting the evolution of hand gestures at concerts, which went viral. Check out his Tumblr for more drawings. He has a nice underground, slightly dark aesthetic. [Via]
Article: American Gallery of Juror Art
The American Gallery of Juror Art features sketches, doodles, and photographs snapped by artists during their breaks when called in for jury duty. For example, during the voir dire process at a courtroom in Montgomery County, Maryland, John Borstel sketched some of his fellow prospective jurors.
Article: Rachel Whiteread at the Hammer
Didn’t I just say that people are crazy about artist’s notebooks? We had Tim Burton’s teenage napkin scrawls at MoMA and the New York Academy of Art’s behind-the-scenes journal exhibition and now, with a fresh approach to the idea is “Rachel Whiteread Drawings” at LA’s Hammer Museum. Whiteread’s sculptures focus on the space that structures and physical objects don’t inhabit and most often take the form of architectural casts, as with “House,” a cast of the inside of an entire Victorian house. “House” won her the Turner Prize in 1993, and she is still the only woman to whom the prize has been awarded.