Posts Tagged ‘Sculpture

This FLW Light Study 2 video is footage of a typographic light sculpture combined with basic color and position effects, set to percussion and drone sounds to induce a hypnogogic state. Are you getting sleepy?

Furniture made from old naval sea mines are the epitome of steampunk design at it’s finest. A steampunk aficionados dream! Here is the story behind the usage of these scrap treasures: Situated in the Gulf of Finland, about 10 miles away from Tallinn is the island of Naissaar island (which means “island of women”). Until [...]

Matthew Weinstein’s Piggy Bank sculpture is bronze casted and hand painted and is based on Pigs from animated piece, ‘The Childhood of Bertolt Brecht.’ It was first shown at Nolan Judin Gallery, Berlin, Germany, June 2010. A humorous charactature of a childhood money saving fixture. View more sculpture works on Matthew Weinstein’s website.

Sculptures by FAZ

17, Aug 2010

For sculptor FAZ, expression has always gone through matter. Language could not find a better echo than in form. As a child, she learned sculpture watching women sculptors from another age, who used to come to the family house in the summertime, in the heart of Provence. These sculptors were her mother’s “dear friends”, from [...]

James Franco‘s solo art show titled “The Dangerous Book Four Boys” incorporates sculpture, photography, drawing, film and video all of which centers on ideas of boyhood and the sexual awakening of the early teenage years. The exhibit is at the Clocktower Gallery in New York (the PS1-affiliated space) and has been described by the Wall Street Journal as “sort [...]

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