Monday, October 21, 2019

Art

Human Anatomy and Oozing Black Glazes Cover Ceramics by Canopic Studio

Los Angeles-based ceramic artist Curran Wedner of Canopic Studio creates sculptures and tableware inspired by nature and the human body. Disembodied fingers, toes, and faces wrap...

Hundreds of Ceramic Circles are Linked Together in Movable Sculptures by Cecil Kemperink

Ceramic artist Cecil Kemperink creates delicate chain sheets using hundreds of interconnected ceramic loops. The chains are then draped in piles, forming malleable sculptures that are...

A Photographic Survey by Jessica Wynne of Chalkboards Filled by Mathematicians

Photographer and Fashion Institute of Technology professor Jessica Wynne has spent the last year documenting the numbers, symbols, and models drawn by mathematicians onto chalkboards. The...

Complex Bent Wire Portraits by Spenser Little Become Street Post Accessories

California-based artist Spenser Little has spent the past 15 years creating sculptures by bending and cutting wire into figurative portraits and phrases. His lightweight pieces have...

Hybrid Creatures with Oversized Eyes Reflect Imagined Landscapes in Surreal Paintings by Haoto Nattori

Japanese artist Naoto Hattori imagines small fluffy animals with healthy doses of fantasy and some unnatural hybridization. The painted creatures often feature round heads and disproportionately...

Delicate Flowers Blossom From Inky Black Backgrounds in Esther Garcia’s Stylized Botanical Tattoos

Chicago-based tattoo artist Esther Garcia creates inky black backgrounds on her clients, which are interspersed with delicate floral designs. Sweet peas and garden roses, along with...

New Solo Exhibition by Seth Globepainter Fills a Historic Chateau in Bordeaux, France

French artist Julien Malland, aka Seth Globepainter, has spent the summer exhibiting a large body of work inside and outside of the Institut Culturel Bernard Magrez....

A New Modular Paper Organ Allows Users to Build and Tune Their Own Functional...

Wolfram Kampffmeyer loves to play with paper. The German artist uses the seemingly simple material to create three-dimensional shapes and figures, often designing products that...

Traditional Textiles are Unraveled and Re-Woven in Installations by Aiko Tezuka

Berlin-based Japanese artist Aiko Tezuka carefully unravels and re-weaves elaborate textiles to form new shapes and patterns. In some works, the separated threads hang from the...

Miniature Castles Emerge from Burled Wood in Carved Kinetic Sculptures by Uli Kirchler

Woodworker Uli Kirchler’s “very hidden castles” are nestled within gnarled tree burls. The Portland, Oregon-based artist originally hails from Italy, and works with unique pieces...

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