Archive for the ‘art’ Category



Recycling the Rennaisance by Suzanne Jongman

Posted: 08.02.2019 at 15:09 |

Dutch artist Suzanne Jongman uses recycled plastics, old blankets and discarded packaging to make medieval costumes for her portrait subjects. (via)

David Cata – HORIZONTES

Posted: 08.02.2019 at 14:50 |

Spanish artist David Cata sews landscapes into the skin of his palm, creating art in his series, ‘Horizontes’.

‘AIR’ by Daniel Forero

Posted: 25.01.2019 at 09:15 |

More at www.daniel-forero.com

La vie en noir et blanc

Posted: 22.11.2018 at 09:54 |


DA: Nouvelle Administration | Set design: Catherine White, Camille Barrantes | Photos: LM Chabot | Production: L’Eloi | Hair + MUA: Janick Sabourin | Retouche: Victoria Lord

Anatomical Balloon Dog by Jason Freeny

Posted: 22.11.2018 at 08:50 |

 
Designer Jason Freeny is known for his humorous realizations of popular toys turned into anatomical models. Lego figures, Barbie dolls, gingerbread men, and even gummy bears have all gotten the cross-section treatment. Each toy comes as a kit you can assemble yourself. (via The Awesomer)

Endless summer by Charis Tsevis

Posted: 22.11.2018 at 08:41 |

Endless Summer is a series of digital mosaics of the most brilliant time of the year; summer memories and impressions. Stereotypical images of the sun, the blue sea and fun inspired by old popular magazines and advertisements. Available for purchase on on shop.tsevis.com

Emmanuelle Moureaux – Forest of Numbers

Posted: 12.10.2018 at 09:21 |

Born in France, Emmanuelle Moureaux has spent the last decade in Tokyo, where the work of her firm, “Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture + Design”, has been inspired by the city’s density. Her installation Displays 60,000 Paper Numerals.

Paintings by Josh Keyes

Posted: 27.06.2018 at 08:01 |

Josh Keyes is an American contemporary artist. His work has been described as “a satirical look at the impact urban sprawl has on the environment and surmises, with the aid of scientific slices and core samples, what could happen if we continue to infiltrate and encroach on our rural surroundings. More at Josh Keyes official website

Tom Butler’s Self-Portrait

Posted: 19.06.2018 at 15:21 |

In this series of self-portraits, English photographer Tom Butler presents his body, holding elegant poses that show only the top of his bald head. (see more of Butlers work)

Broken heart by Paloma Rincón

Posted: 28.05.2018 at 07:51 | Comment: 1


Broken Heart. A series about fragility and a truncated love story using flowers in a symbolic way. Combining High Speed Photography with frozen flowers in liquid nitrogen.  Liquid Nitrogen evaporates at -200 ºC and when immersing the flowers on it they become fragile as glass. Paloma used laser sensors to coordinate the exact moment when the flowers hit the surface and exploded to have perfect synchronization with the camera. (via)

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