The Grid, The Trellis is the inaugural collection from Print Club Boston. An eight-print series, these pieces are based around the structural geometry of the garden trellis. A commonly used armature for the upward growth of plants, the trellis simultaneously addresses the potential for fertile, organic expansion and the unnatural geometric structure of the grid.
The mission of the Graphic Design Communication program at Philadelphia University is to cultivate design strategists with an innovative spirit and superior critical thinking skills applicable to a diversity of human needs.
The line has in itself neither matter nor substance and may rather be called an imaginary idea than a real object. —The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
I’m fascinated by the persuasive power of the photograph, and its unique role in negotiating what we believe to be real or true.
I make images that embrace both the limitations and possibilities of photography. They prompt essential questions about the nature of reality as well as the medium itself: what do we expect a photograph to look like? To what degree are our beliefs and realities based on appearances and misconceptions? Nature Morte investigates the malleability of representation and identity and the potential for reconfiguring the physical and imagined boundaries we impose upon the world.
In the You Really Can Draw With Anything Department, we've seen Red Hong draw with coffee cup stains, and Takayo Kiyota draw with sushi; now we've caught wind of Tokyo-based artist Yukino Ohmura, whose renditions of cityscapes at nighttime—something like a Japanese version of Michael Mann's Collateral--are created using adhesive stationery dots. "These stickers that I have used in my artwork are very popular in Japan, and almost everyone has used them during elementary school," Ohmura told The Verge.
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My work explores the hypothesis of Biophilia, The term Biophilia was defined by biologist Edward Wilson in 1984, which states that humans have an instinctive biological need for a consistent connection with nature for ones health and well-being. Although this connection between mankind and our natural surroundings is by no means a new discovery, the term biophilla allows it, for me, to become both a contemporary talking point and focus for debate and exploration within my work.
(Video Link)Metal casting can involve a lot of expensive equipment, scorching heat and a lot of know-how, or you can simply do what artist Max Lamb does and bring your supplies to the local beach in Cornwall, England and cast stuff in the sand.Max uses primitive sand casting techniques, essentially making a mold by digging out the shape in sand then pouring molten pewter into the sand mold to get his finished product, which has a shape and texture co-created by Nature.His simple, whimsical works hearken ...
The spaces between buildings have been photographed and inverted to form a new urban iconography – buildings made of sky. The sequence charts the course of a day from dawn to dusk. Photographs by the artist from New York, Chicago and San Francisco.
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