Luka Fineisen‘s contemporary sculpture is so simple yet so striking. There’s something very magical about the humble bubble – these pieces simply represent a more durable, permanent version of something that is by nature so delicate and temporary. Frosting (coolant, … Continue reading
Last Run of the Colorado (Oil on canvas) Delilah y Delilah (Oil on canvas) One Hundred Views of Trinidad (Oil on canvas) An Ocean in a River (Oil on canvas) I love Jennifer Nehrbass’ oil-on-canvas pieces. I have no idea how … Continue reading
Video projection onto origami (Paper, tape, light) Preparing the release of the Mapping Toolkit, a free software for projection mapping. Visual artist Joanie Lemercier is part of the visual label, AntiVJ. He transforms surfaces using video projection mapping, and is currently working … Continue reading
Mr. Bongbong Need You Be Positive in Colourful Life! Rings (dragon skin, pigment) – Own Creature collection I adore Ming Gu‘s Body Parasite collection – using just silicone, thread and pigment, she manages to create exactly the kind of pieces I … Continue reading
How Andrea Galvani produced some of these fantastic examples of contemporary surrealist photography is obvious enough (which, of course, takes nothing from their effect)…. But the black balloons photograph is bugging me. Are they tied to rocks by strings? How did he create … Continue reading
Netherlands-born contemporary jewellery designer, Alissia Melka-Teichroew, is the founder and creative director of New York design studio, byAMT. Her collection of jewellery – Jointed Jewels – consists of ball-and-socket joints, akin to those usually found in joint replacements. They have been … Continue reading
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Australian contemporary jeweller, maker and wearer Jess Dare, creates jewellery with a strong emphasis on colour, through the combination of glass and precious metals. Three consistent themes in her work are colour, memory and nature. Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor (2011) … Continue reading
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The first thing that strikes me about Israeli artist Ela Bauer’s work is that it’s very clearly based on natural structures, and is sometimes incredibly visceral – yet always remains perfectly delicate. Comprised primarily of silicone and thread, Bauer’s work … Continue reading