Artist Yasuaki Oishi used translucent plastic sheets and black hot glue to create a monumental sculpture that looks as if it’s floating in space. The artist dripped thousands of strands of hot black glue from the ceiling, called “reverse of volume RG,”. The installation uses a process Oishi calls “casting the invisible.” The making of can be seen on vimeo
“Cookies on Plate.”
“Nine slices of Marblecake.”
“Two Plates of Corn.”
“Cubed Carrots and kernels of corn.”
Photographer Sandy Skoglund took these conceptual pictures way back in 1978. and they are timeless works of art.
‘Present and Correct’ has crafted beautiful paper sculptures in a jar. ‘Present and Correct’ is owned by two graphic designers. It is place for their own designs, things they love by other designers from around the world & vintage items .
Mosstika Urban Greenery is a NYC based collective of eco-minded street artists, using gorilla tactics to evoke the call of man back to nature.