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Lucie Houdkova Andrée-Anne Dupuis-Bourret Marine Coutroutsios Alexander Korzer-Robinson Geraldine Gonzalez Mia Pearlman Cecilia Levy Just published by Gingko Press, Paper Play is a new 256-page book exploring the use of paper in contemporary art and design.
Trichoptera (caddis larva) building case (studio view), 1980-2000. Material: Gold, pearls, turquoise.
Canadian design collective Daily Tous Les Jours (previously) was recently invited to bring their fantastic musical light swing installation to the Green Box Arts Festival in Green Mountain Falls, Colorado.
Icheon Ceramics Village in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, is home to over 300 ceramics studios where artists use traditional techniques to produce a wide range of functional pottery and artwork.
all images courtesy Cave Urban Using 600 poles of bamboo and 70 radiata pine logs all harvested locally, Taiwanese Artist Wang Wen-Chih created a massive installation that served as the entrance to the Woodford Folk Festival in Australia.
Violaine & Jeremy is a graphic design and illustration studio based in Paris formed by Violaine Orsoni and Jeremy Schneider.
For a major retrospective of Dutch furniture designer and architect Gerrit Rietveld, the team at Studio Wieki Somers collaborated with chocolatier Rafael Mutter to create Chocolate Mill.
Henning Rogge, “#41 (Rotterbach und Hacksiefen)” (2013), Analogue C-print, 18 3/16 x 22 inches (all photographs courtesy the artist and RH Contemporary Art) Henning Rogge, “#1 (Stolpe-Süd)” (2013), Analogue C-print, 24 x 29 1/8 inches Henning Rogge, “#54 (Altwarmbüchener Moor)” (2013), Analogue C-print, 18 3/16 x 22 inches Henning Rogge, “#58 (Projensdorfer Gehölz)” (2013), Analogue C-print, 18 3/16 x 22 inches Henning Rogge, “#66 (Mascheroder Holz)” (2013), Analogue C-print, 18 3/16 x 22 inches Henning Rogge, “#79 (Münsterbusch)” (2013), Analogue C-print, 18 3/16 x 22 inches Henning Rogge, “#83 (Beerenbruch)” (2013), Analogue C-print, 18 3/16 x 22 inches Henning Rogge, “#45 (Bulau)” (2013), Analogue C-print, 24 x 29 1/8 inches Although WWII ended almost 70 years ago, its legacy lives on: in photographs, memories and on our landscape.
In a novel intersection of fashion and science, New York-based Slow Factory is utilizing imagery from NASA to create lines of translucent scarves.
Last week Japanese botanic artist Makoto Azuma attempted to go where most artists only dream of going: to space.
Earlier this month the renown graffiti duo Pichi & Avo traveled to Werchter, Belgium to create a large, site-specific installation for the North West Walls Street Art Festival.
left: the girl with glasses by Marteline Nystad | right: Monica Lee’s illustration of the photograph Malaysian artist Monica Lee is obsessed with details.
Back in 2012 we featured a brief video about a small automata that could almost perfectly mimic the song of a bird.
Music Online Givin a Hand Heart Attack Less Dependence This is how we live: Online/Offline If the artwork is on train tracks, is it still called street art?
Azure TB Atsushi Motoyama Teerayut Hiruntaraporn Megu Ituki Kadiwara Syota Takahashi kobaken kobaken Hitachi Seaside Park is a sprawling 470 acre park located in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan, that features vast flower gardens including millions of daffodils, 170 varieties of tulips, and an estimated 4.5 million baby blue eyes (Nemophila).
Chinese artist Ah Xian lives and works in Sydney where for nearly two decades he has explored aspects of the human form using ancient Chinese craft methods including porcelain, lacquer, jase, bronze, and even concrete.
For the 2013 KOBE Biennale artists and designers were invited to create environments inside industrial shipping containers as part of the ‘Art in a Container International Competition.’ Designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki created Wink Space, a modular installation made from mirrors that formed a giant kaleidoscopic tunnel.
I just stumbled onto the Instagram account of Tolga Girgin, a Turkish graphic designer and electrical engineer who experiments with calligraphy.
Using large thin sheets of Chinese rice paper, artist Bovey Lee (previously) meticulously cuts intricate scenes of plants, roads, people, and architecture with an impressive array of cutting implements.
North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita creates beautiful textile sculptures of months, butterflies, and other insects with various textiles and embroidery techniques.