artist: Tokujin Yoshioka location: Moore Building in the Miami Design District artists website: http://www.tokujin.com/ view more: 1 2 3(video) plastic drinking straws. // via
Artist: Lori Hersberger website: http://www.lorihersberger.com/ i really enjoy her neon sculptures… and the play on reflection as an extension of the artwork.
ok so here is a really neat thing: apparently from what I can tell.. they are creating structures from wood using algorithms. “Art in Container” International Competion in KOBE Biennale2007 gallery: http://www.000studio.com/kobe_biennale2007/main/gallery.php?id=1 studio: http://www.000studio.com/
artist: Chrissie Macdonald Mirrored Shapes artist website: http://www.chrissiemacdonald.co.uk/ I find these to be fantastic/beautiful.
artist: Chrissie Macdonald artist website: http://www.chrissiemacdonald.co.uk/
Artist: Mark Andrus Roberts Location: Birmingham, AL
artist: atreus biloxi sacco location: Birmingham, AL
artist: rachel wright website: http://rachelwright.net/works_dream.htm these dresses are incredible. The Dream Anatomy series explore these imagined realms inside the body. Because these garments are meant to be worn, the boundary between the internal and the external is blurred. The invisible is made visible: wear your inside on the outside. By using women’s slips and nighties, […]
artist: Yuken Teruya website: http://www.yukenteruyastudio.com/ also: http://dar-jan.livejournal.com/323582.html via: design you trust well-crafted cutouts from bags, newspapers, and toilet paper tubes. everyday -> organic/beautiful.
artist: michael kenna view the gallery: http://trinixy.ru/michael_kenna.html his website: http://www.michaelkenna.net/ this series travels around the world documenting form and shape and silence – with the absence of people. the contrast in form and texture/subject matter (ex. between city and snowy landscape) – creates an interesting dialogue.
Burtynksky primarily photographs landscapes after humans have used it either to abstract raw materials (think mines, quarries, logging and oil pumps ) in order to make a product or to store these products at the end of their life cycle (landfills of tires, engine parts, oil drums etc.). Front and center in these beautifully rendered […]
Artist: Loris Greaud location: Palace De Tokyo, in France view exhibition read more about the artist: here thanks today and tomorrow
artist: Jen Stark website: http://www.jenstark.com/ as seen on: ping mag and folding trees
artist: Audrey Kawasaki website: http://www.audrey-kawasaki.com/ blog: http://i-seldom-do.livejournal.com/
artist: Amy Sol website: amysol.com blog: http://www.amysol.com/blog/
Artist: James Gulliver Hancock Website: http://www.jamesgulliverhancock.com/ Sculpture series exploring altered perception and extension.