Another great work from POOL studio with a bizzare name: “remeber you’ll die”. This white plastic chair shaped like a scull is on show as part of the Nouvelle Vagueexhibition of French design in Milan this week.
Archive for July, 2011
3D paper-craft poster project: Dry the River Horses
These posters for new band Dry The River really do feature a three-dimensional paper horse galloping forth. Created by FOAM agency / Xavier Barrade the posters went up around London this week
Tara Donovan at Ace Gallery L.A
This impressive instalation is made completely out of styrofoam cups. Tara Donovan is a New York artist born in 1969 based in New York NY
W & W ceiling light by POOL
W&W; is a recessed ceiling light from POOL studio, flexible for large public spaces dropped ceiling : offices, open spaces, entrance hall, hospital…
Bi-material, metal and PMMA, it gives relief to the technical ceilings often gloomy, to create a mineral landscape on the ceiling. Materials : metal & PMMA Dimensions : 60x60cm modules, 5 different models
Chris Jordan – Running the Numbers: An American Self-Portrait
Jean Luc Cornec – Sheep Sculptures with Rotary Telephone Heads
Telephone sheep exhibit Featured in the Communication Museum in Frankfurt were a sensation that swept web. Whatever went on in Jean Luc’s mind when he constructed his sheep sculptureswith vintage rotary telephone heads, the result is certainly fascinating.
Joshua Allen Harris – Plastic bag instalations
Using only tape and discarded plastic shopping bags, the New York based artist Joshua Allen Harris creates giant inflatable animals that he fastens to sidewalk grates and vents. Exhaust air expelled by passing subway trains then fills the bags, causing the creatures to become animated.
Chema Madoz photography
Hyperrealistic sculptures by Ron Mueck
Ron Mueck is well known for his hyperrealistic sculptures where he portrays humans at key stages in the life cycle, from birth through middle age, to death. Mueck, now working in the United Kingdom, was born in 1958 in Melbourne, Australia. The son of German-born toy-makers, he grew up making creatures, puppets and costumes in his spare time, experimenting with materials and techniques. He started his career as a model maker and puppeteer for children’s films. Later he was making photo-realistic props and animatronics for the advertising industry. In 1996 Mueck transitioned to fine art and in 1999 he was appointed as Associate Artist at the National Gallery