Monday, December 10, 2018

Domestic Sculptures Formed With Wood by Hugh Hayden

Texas-born sculptor Hugh Hayden combines different varieties of wood to create furniture and other domestic objects with protruding spikes and branches. For his latest exhibition Border States at Lisson...

Glass Insects Small Enough to Balance on the Tip of Your Finger by Wesley...

Glass sculptor Wesley Fleming creates life-size and anatomically correct sculptures of a variety of bizarre and well-known insects. The colorful creatures are small enough to balance...

Balloon Sculptures by Masayoshi Matsumoto

Masayoshi Matsumoto (previously) continues to astound us with his balloon twisting skills. The Japanese artist uses a variety of opaque, metallic, and translucent balloons to form...

Playful Materials Arranged into Three-Dimensional ‘Textiles’ by We Make Carpets

Dutch art trio We Make Carpets formed their first temporary tapestry in 2009 from collected pine cones and needles, which they appropriated titled Forest Carpet. For almost...

New Geometrically-Inspired Pastries, Cakes, and Sweets by Dinara Kasko

Dinara Kasko uses her background as an architect and 3D visualizer to produce geometric cakes that at first glance seem impossible to eat. The mathematically-inspired...

Japanese Design Studio Turns Traditional Cuckoo Clocks on Their Head With Three Minimal Designs

Japanese design studio Nendo has turned the cuckoo clock on its head with three modern versions of the traditionally German-crafted object designed for clock company Lemnos. The...

Fresco-Inspired Porcelain Bowls Formed From Balloons by Guy Van Leemput

Ceramicist and mathematician Guy Van Leemput forms textured bowls by drafting interlocking lines, abnormally shaped circles, and other designs on the surface of balloons. The artist...

New Fictional Self-Help Titles Present Existential Messages on Faded Book Covers

Johan Deckmann presents existential notions of life, love, and self-doubt as self-help titles on hand-painted books. The fictionalized novels contain no words on their pages,...

A New Book by Alison Nastasi Looks at the Affectionate Relationships Between Writers and...

In a follow-up to her best-selling book Artists and their Cats, Alison Nastasi has penned Writers and Their Cats. The new book features photographs of writers past and...

Foods Distorted Through Liquid and Glass in Photographs by Suzanne Saroff

In her ongoing series titled Perspective, photographer Suzanne Saroff creates fractured and skewed images of common foods as seen through vessels filled with water and glass objects....

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