It was 1 year ago, we presented you his sculpture ‘Love Wins’ it A year ago, made on the occasion of the attacks which had tragically struck several countries of the globe, notably France.
David Mesguich ( previously ) is a street artist who focuses on placing large-scale geometric sculptures in public spaces around Belgium, France and Poland.
Traveling Landscapes: Miniature Ecosystems Tucked Inside Vintage Suitcases by Kathleen Vance (9 pics)
As part of her ongoing series titled Traveling Landscapes , New York-based artist Kathleen Vance constructs entire landscapes inside of old steamer trunks and repurposed luggage.
Since 2011, Oregon-artist Darryl Cox ( previously ) has been making “Fusion Frames,” sculptural hybrids of picture frames and segments of tree roots. Each piece begins with a search to find a frame that closely matches the reclaimed roots he obtains from manzanita, juniper, and aspen trees, or even from grapevines.
Japanese artist Ayumi Shibata uses traditional methods of Japanese paper cutting to create miniature cities within vessels of glass. Her chosen materials reference the delicate relationship humans have with our environment and natural forces of our world, while also relating to the Japanese translation of “paper.” In Japanese, the word for “paper” is “Kami,” which can also mean “god,” “divinity,” or “spirit.” Kami are omnipresent in the Shinto religion , and reside in the sky, ground, trees, and rocks.
Th artist Stefanie Rocknak creates amazing wooden sculptures that perfectly highlight movements expressions of subjects. The impressive attention to detail coud gieve the impression that creations are really moving or similar to photograph lines.
Matt Johnson is currently exhibiting Wood sculpture at the 303 gallery , New York . As the name suggests, exhibition is a selection of pieces reflecting the abandonment of carved, folded and painted wood.
Over the last year, Netherlands-based artist Jeroen van Kesteren has been toiling away at these sculptural airships as part of a series titled Orphanage for Lost Adventures .
Artist Walead Beshty Shipped Glass Boxes Inside FedEx Boxes to Produce Shattered Sculptures (8 pics)
FedEx® Large Box ©2005 FEDEX 139751 REV 10/05 SSCC, Priority Overnight, Los Angeles-New York trk#795506878000, November 27-28, 2007 In this intriguing sculptural series spanning 2005 to 2014, LA-based artist Walead Beshty packaged his artworks in FedEx boxes and shipped them across the country to exhibitions and galleries.
As artist John Edmark 's sculptures wiggle, wobble, and twist before your eyes like some alien creature, it’s hard to believe that what you’re seeing is a real physical object—but we assure you it is, with a bit of trick photography and some heady mathematics thrown in for good measure.
Self-taught artist Owen Mann creates ceramic blooms from dozens, and sometimes hundreds of petals, each hand-formed to mimic the appearance of peonies, dahlias, and spiraling succulents.
Rei Kawakubo is one of the most acclaimed fashion designer in the world. She is the founder of the famous Comme des Garcons brand, a fashion house that changed deeply fashion world during the 80ies by introducing the idea of “anti-fashion”.
New Porcelain Sculptures That Merge Female Forms With Elements of Nature by Juliette Clovis (9 pics)
“Atsu Bashiri”, 2016. Limoges porcelain, white glaze, red and gold hand painted. 34x35x24cm French artist Juliette Clovis ( previously ) works primarily with female busts, mutating the forms to adopt animal or floral-based characteristics.
Artist Wiebke Maurer is drawn to objects found in traditional place settings like spoons, bowls, saucers, and tea cups, but her interpretation of these pieces leaves function behind, resulting in delicate sculptures that fuse the past and present.
Here is the smallest snowman in the world, a microscopic sculpture measuring less than 3 microns. An amusing performance created by Canadian scientists at the Western University , who are demonstrating their nanofabrication process.