It appears at first glance that the NoPlace gallery has literally been taken over by a large mass of earth and grass. Where in actual fact, this green avalanche is the work of visual artist Per Kristian Nygård entitled “Not Red but Green.” The installation is made of the real stuff, as it was grown by...
What do you do if you find unexpectedly a box of vintage Polaroid film, but have no camera in which to take advantage of this iconic style of photography? Well, if you are Brooklyn photographer Phillip Stearns then you shock the film with roughly 15,000 volts. You can see for yourself sometimes insane experimentation pays off. Artwork...
In a poetic twist of fate, end-of-life paintbrushes are whittled down and sculpted into artwork by San Francisco-based artist Rebecca Szeto. Tools that were once used to create artwork, now bear the face of female portraits largely inspired by women of the Renaissance period
From heaps of scrap metal, old bike chains, and silverware, sculptor Igor Verniy creates birds, butterflies, and other unusual creations. Many of his steampunk and cyberpunk sculptures are made to be fully articulated, with dozens of moving or adjustable parts enabling each piece to be posed in se
Stillness in Motion is a sculpture by Cleveland-based artist Olga Ziemska that was installed in 2003 at the Centre of Polish Sculpture in Oronsko, Poland. The piece is made entirely from cut willow branches that have been cut and stacked to create a human figure. (via junk culture, devid sketc
Susanne Ussing, I Drivhuset, Ordrupgaard Samlingen, 1980. Image Courtesy Carsten Hoff. Artist Susanne Ussing (1940–1998) was a Danish visual artist and architect who worked in a variety of different mediums from photography and ceramics to large-scale installations and sensory exhibitions. One of
From tasty hot chocolate and pastries, to a classic Volkswagen Beetle and Surfer Bus, Lorraine Loots has painted a bit of everything in the course of 365 days. It is quite addictive looking at these images and trying to decide which is the best of all. There probably isn’t just one top art piece, because...
Representations of the body and how these impact on political and cultural themes is at the heart of Rachel Fagiano’s practise. In her illustrations, the power of creativity (in relation to the body) is seen in the way her subjects’ heads literally explode with colour and life, taking the form of many fantastical shapes. All images...
Heirloom is a 2013 installation by artist Rena Detrixhe created from thousands of collected seeds that were applied in lace-like patterns to a large piece of sheer fabric. The resulting tablecloth makes it appear as if the seeds are hovering just above the surface. You can see much more of her
Drunk in Autumn is the latest work from Chinese artist and illustrator Zhao Na who works primarily with acrylic pens on large canvases to create spectacular tableaus of wildlife. Every detail is achieved with line work and crosshatching, a tremendous feat considering the scale. This pa
In her delicate crafted porcelain sculptures conceptual artist Kate McDowell expresses her interpretation of the clash between the natural world and the modern-day environmental impact of industrialized society. The resulting works can be equal parts amusing and disturbing as the ana
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