Jessica Eaton

Complex photographic methods yield stunningly colorful geometries

Jessica Eaton‘s series, “Cubes for Albers and LeWitt” may be highly technical and conceptual, but the end result is dizzyingly beautiful. Based on Joseph Albers’ focus on the “discrepancy between physical fact and psychic effect,” Eaton’s images add “multiple exposures and colored lights” to plain, monochromatic cubes to create enchanting graphics. The photographer starts with a set of cubes painted only white, black and gray, …

Art + Design in Miami: Painstaking Process

Our collection of the most beautifully detailed and maniacally constructed works from the Miami fairs

In our third selection of the goods from Art Basel and the surrounding Miami fairs, we focus on the meticulously detailed and painstaking work of artists who tend to get romanced by the details. Below you’ll encounter precise and repetitive line drawings, lottery ticket collages and sticker-composed Hindu deities that explore the complicated inner-workings of the creative mind. This aerial of an imaginary golf community …

The Dumpster Project

A lifetime of found treasures meticulously collaged into one 30-yard container

Like a young, curious boy trapped in a grown man’s body, collagist, animator, director and all-around creative renaissance man Mac Premo has collected a lifetime’s worth of somehow-sentimental objects in his Brooklyn Studio. Now, spurred by the move to a smaller studio, he was forced to get rid of many of these innumerable “treasures.” Rather than discard them Premo decided to build one massive collage …