Art

Wooden Furniture Sculpted by Pontus Willfors Sprouts Unwieldy Roots and Limbs (4 pics)

Organic chair. Maple wood, 68 x 64 x 72 in. Through his sculptural practice, artist Pontus Willfors says that he seeks to examine “aspects of nature that are viewed by our society as product, nuisance or waste.” One of his frequently recurring motifs is the form of tree branches and root systems that sprout from from everyday objects as seen in this collection of furniture pieces that remind us explicitly of the material’s origins.

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Wooden Furniture Sculpted by Pontus Willfors Sprouts Unwieldy Roots and Limbs (4 pics)

Josan Gonzalez (11 pics)

Josan Gonzalez is an illustrator based out of Sabadell, Spain who produces cyberpunk themes with a nostalgic & retro-futuristic approach. He just had his second successful kickstarter campaign entitled ‘The Future is Now’, which is about to release in October 2016.

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Josan Gonzalez (11 pics)

Alyssa Monks Part Trois! (16 pics)

Alyssa Monks’ ability to interpret impressive realism using minimum detail, makes her an exceptional artist. It’s no wonder she’s had two features on EK on March 2010  and  May 2012  and an interview on June 2011 .

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Alyssa Monks Part Trois! (16 pics)

A Sprawling Coral-Like Structure Suspended Above an Orlando Convention Center by Marc Fornes (7 pics)

All photos © Marc Fornes / The Very Many An interconnected pathway of tubular branches hangs above the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in Orlando, Florida, an installation produced from perforated aluminum by architect Marc Fornes and his studio The Very Many .  Under Magnitude , which appears like a large segment of bleached coral, is composed of over 4,600 strips of metal, each just a millimeter thick.

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A Sprawling Coral-Like Structure Suspended Above an Orlando Convention Center by Marc Fornes (7 pics)