bioephemera

From the mad taxidermist’s attic

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Ron Pippin at Obsolete

One of my favorite mixed-media artists, Ron Pippin, just completed a stunning wonder cabinet of a show at Obsolete Gallery. Browsing the interactive panoramas on his website is like tiptoeing through the workshop of a slightly unbalanced Victorian scientist.


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Book #8
Ron Pippin

In his latest work, Pippin creates altered notebooks worthy of some jungle-crazed alternate-history Darwin, ominous glass specimen boxes, and flying half-biological automata of uncertain purpose. If you’re in the Laguna Beach area, you can see his work in person at Trove.

Ron Pippin’s website
Ron Pippin previously on bioephemera

Comments

  1. #1 Hungry Hyaena
    February 26, 2008

    Terrific stuff! What an installation he worked up, too! I wish I could see it.

  2. #2 floatingrunner
    February 26, 2008

    seems interesting… and lots of steampunkish themes =)
    i like it
    metals and wires!

  3. #3 Jose
    February 26, 2008

    That is so awesome! I love it!
    I really like your blog! I just started a new one on Tissue Engineering, and need some feedback. So If you feel like reading it some time… please do so and let me know what you think! :-)
    http://tissuebuilder.typepad.com/goleco/

  4. #4 John Ohab
    March 3, 2008

    Definitely check out this documentary short: Back to Life. Shot by up and coming DP, Matt Egan.