Archive for the ‘art’ Category



Emmanuelle Moureaux – Forest of Numbers

Posted: 12.10.2018 at 09:21 | Comments: 0

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 | Comments: 0

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 | Comments: 0

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)

Embroidered plastic bags Nicoletta de la Brown

Posted: 24.05.2018 at 08:40 | Comments: 0

 

Forgotten plastic bags that have been embroidered into unforgettable works of art. This is a series from 2013, titled “El Barrio Bodega”, by Baltimore based artist Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown. (via)

 

Water-Based Digital Fabrication

Posted: 14.05.2018 at 07:56 | Comments: 0

Water-based Digital Fabrication Platform : Robotic Additive Manufacturing of Lightweight, Biodegradable and Materially Heterogeneous Structures Across Scales. Inspired by aqueous material formation the Water-based Digital Fabrication Platform offers a new perspective on water-based manufacturing combining an age-old crustacean-derived material with robotic fabrication and synthetic biology to form constructs that utilize graded material properties for hydration-guided self-assembly. A robotically controlled multi-chamber extrusion system is designed to deposit biodegradable composites with functional, mechanical and optical gradients across length scales. A seamless computational workflow is implemented for the design and direct digital fabrication of multi-material and multi-scale structured objects. The workflow encodes for, and integrates, domain-specific meta-data relating to local, regional and global feature resolution of heterogeneous material organizations. Geometrically diverse constructs associating shape-informing variable flow rates and material properties to mesh-free geometric primitives are deposited. The structures are made of a single material system derived from chitin – the most abundant renewable polymer in the ocean, and the second most abundant polymer on the planet. Derived from the ocean, shaped by water and augmented by photosynthetic marine bacteria these structures represent the transformation of a marine arthropod’s shell into a tree-like chitosan made skin that will ultimately convert sunlight into biofuel. The platform and its products demonstrate the Material Ecology approach to shape and property formation by design. It is a realization of the ancient biblical verse ‘from Earth to Earth’, from water to water. (via)

Jonathan Knowles SLIME

Posted: 10.05.2018 at 12:57 | Comments: 0

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Joachim Sauter PENDULUM CASA V

Posted: 04.05.2018 at 07:09 | Comments: 0

Pendulum_CasaV is a kinetic sculpture created for the private residence of an art collector in Mexico City. It is a kinetic composition that draws on the poetry of reflection and precise, seemingly weightless movement in space. Inspired by kinetic art of the twentieth-century avant-garde, its materials, dynamism, and expression speak the language of the twenty-first century and computational design. (via)

“JUST” project by Local Preacher

Posted: 23.04.2018 at 07:34 | Comments: 0

Knitted camouflage by Joseph FORD

Posted: 27.02.2018 at 13:35 | Comments: 0

Joseph Ford is a 39-year-old photographer from Brighton. He creates images seamlessly camouflaging people into backgrounds using knitwear. (Knitwear made by Nina Dodd). (via)

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