Rotterdam based sculptor Ron van der Ende specializes in wall mounted bas-reliefs constructed from found wood. The original color and texture of the wood is utilized to form a gripping and realistic mosaic. The realism is further enhanced by the perspective built into
British hyper-realist artist JKB Fletcher, paint gorgeous superheroes themed woman in a very sensual way. “My Paintings address questions of whether photorealism is anything more than a photograph with oil based paint. Using ‘reality’ and sensuality to provoke thoughts and sensations of physicality and beauty.”
Stone Fields is a project from Novastructura by Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo. This project has started from a search for a 3d-objects optimal packing algorithm over a surface, but evolved in something rather different. Inspired by the work of Richard Long and the way he fills lonely landscapes with
Los Angeles based artist Cecelia Webber creates flower and butterfly assemblages from hundreds of nude human form photographs. Cecelia’s photographic compositions can take up to two months to produce due to the complexity of finding the right pieces. The result is lovely.
Japanese ex-fisherman who studied ichthyology and now artist: Iori Tomita transforms marine life with scientific technique of preserving and dying organism specimens into an art form with his series that he calls, New World Transparent Specimens.
Croatian artist Igor Eskinja creates ephemeral 2 Dimensional art installation playing with gallery’s surfaces. Either it’s paint, wires or tapes, his installation art work creates the illusion of objects or forms that you can touch or interact with. Once the shows are over, the installation get thrown out.
Opened last week, Shanghai’s new Museum of Glass is sharing the unlimited possibilities of glass. The colorful glass art space shares an essential creative experience with visitors, setting a new direction for International Museums of the future. Both the building glass and the top glass artwork on display inside offer an unforgettable combination of art [...]
This ‘Per Color’ series by Marco Ugolini reminds me of the Linda Lundgren series for Hemkop. In a different concept this series of photographs are displaying supermarket products divided per color. Taken in collaboration with Photographer Pedro Motta, both artist see the supermarket space as a space of manipulation. The attempt, in
Written by Guest Blogger Seema Sharma Dutch artist Levi van Veluw created 3 rooms covered with more then 30.000 wooden blocks, balls and slats. In these life-size installation he draws memories from his boyhood bedroom, where he spent many solitary hours between the ages of 8 and 14. All of these objects including every inch [...]
Photographer and artist Kevin Van Aelst uses common artifacts and scenes from everyday life, which have been rearranged, assembled, and constructed into various forms, patterns, and illustrations. Aelst’s artwork is an attempt to reconcile physical surroundings with the fears, fascinations, curiosities, and
A great photographic project by Los Angeles based artist Matthew Brandt. For his “Lakes and Reservoirs” series Brandt’s shoots the lakes and reservoirs and after developing them he soaks each image in the specific lake or reservoir water that they represent. Great colorful result.
The Supervisions series by artist Andreas Gefeller begun in 2002. From a bird’s-eye perspective and with an elaborate photographic technique, Gefeller creates these »possible« and »impossible« view-points, shooting images of different Artist studios and urban areas revealing both views of