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Ron Ulicny is an excellent craftsman and an accomplished artist, with a somewhat bizarre talent for taking the ordinary and creating the extraordinary. There is a positively vintage feel to his choice of materials and objects out of which his sculptures are created.
The Hermés Petit h project is inspired by the childhood memories of Pascal Mussard, co-artistic director of the company and great-great-great granddaughter of Thierry Hermes, founder of the prestigious fashion house.
Currently installed on every available interior surface, including the restrooms, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Black Cloud by Mexican artist, Carlos Amorales consists of 25.000 realistic black paper moths posed in sculptural swarms.
This series of hauntingly beautiful images are the work of media artist, Sergio Albiac. He creates the computer programs which generate the complex layered illustrations and then uses his artistic eye to decide if the work is perfect for
The intricacy of these wire trees by artist, Kevin Iris is absolutely amazing. Constructed entirely of aluminum wire, no further supports or glue is involved in the creation of a surreal facsimile of a living tree complete with thousands of leaves and a complex root system!
I’ve many heroes: from Fellini to Gandhi, from Majakovskji to Che Guevara, from Sottsass to my old doorman (a very simple uneducated lady); the world is full of good examples to follow. Sir Isaac Newton once said: "If I have seen further it was only by standing on the shoulders of giants".
Milwaukee-based photographer Jack Long has created a magnificent colorful cocktail of pictures, all captured in one high speed exposure, which he has named “Vessels & Blossoms”. .
This gigantic installation occupies three walls of an exhibition pavilion of the Hyundai Motor Group in Korea. It was created by media arts collective Jonpasang, on behalf of Hyundai as part of the EXPO 2012 exhibition...
An industrial elevator appears to be bursting through the floor of Liverpool, UK, catching by surprise anyone passing by. This mixed media installation created by Israeli artist Oded Hirsch, was commissioned by Liverpool Biennial, as part of the city’s 2012 Biennial celebrations.
As part of the ‘Superhero in Every Aisle’ campaign, established for retail giant Target by top advertising firm, Wieden and Kennedy, these brilliant sculptures were created by Guy Seese and Chris Mitton of W + K.