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Keyboards Wall

“Debris, Qwerty” is an art installation by Sarah Frost. Notes about the artist (from bio): Sarah Frost was born in Detroit and grew up in Rochester, NY. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting from Washington University in...

Small cardboard people

Small cardboard people

Anton Tang, a talented artist and blogger from Singapore, has taken to the habit of photographing plastic “cardboard people” in typical, everyday settings and environments. The special thing about these photos is that they add life to the tiny characters, and...

Canon Pixma Sound Scultures

L’agenzia Dentsu in collaborazione con il fotografo Linden Gledhill ha realizzato questo fantastico video per  Canon Pixma. Tramite il suono, circostritto in un piccolo spazio, il colore si tramuta in sculture con forme inedite! —————————————————————————————————————————— The agency Dentsu in collaboration...

Swimmers Scuptures // Sculture di nuotatori

Carole Feurman‘s hyper-realistic, larger-than-life sculptures. She currently has a one-person show going on through September at the Louise Alexander and Ilan Engel Gallery in Italy, which is particularly well-suited for the end of the summer: large sculptures of swimmers in...

Kinetic Rings // Michael Berger

In our previous post you could find a lot of various rings: absolutely unique rings and even collection of creative and stylish rings. And none of them show kinetic rings. Truly moving jewelry usually looks ugly. But these modern rings...

Woman Cable, by Kasey McMahon.

Woman Cable “Connected” is a life-size self portrait sculpture created by artist Kasey McMahon.  It’s made entirely of CAT5 ethernet cables and other kinds of wire wrapped around a steel frame. See the sculpture from different perspectives in the gallery below....

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