Posted on 30 July 2010 by admin
Posted on 28 July 2010 by admin
Human billboards in London (and in the whole UK) are very in fashion: they have been the most economic way to advertise without paying taxes, since 200 years ago. They use the ability a body has to move (so you don’t need to buy a space), and also the communicative potentialities that the body naturally possesses.
Posted on 11 May 2010 by admin
Black Hole…huge ball 4 meters in diameter, is made of … 72 ordinary office chairs and Dead Star – taken from the set of used batteries. As its name suggests, the sculpture “slowly cooled since then, as it does not happen any electrical activity. Interestingly, while no longer able to be a source of energy, batteries nonetheless become a source of new life: the life works of art.
Posted on 02 May 2010 by admin
Pablo Lehmann: Paper Artist
So, so beautiful, and so many more over on Pablo’s website right here.
Posted on 15 April 2010 by admin
Posted on 05 April 2010 by admin
Spiral Jetty, or spiral dam was constructed the sculptor Robert Smithson .
Spiral dam – one of the most important works of Robert Smithson, a cornerstone in the development of art connected with the water and land.
Posted on 02 April 2010 by admin
Maurizio Castellana – self-taught artist, at different times worked as a cook, a gardener, a security guard. Creative career began with the manufacture of furniture for her apartment, calling it “functional furniture with creative overtones.
Creativity Maurizio Castellana provocative. He became famous for his work La Nona Ora (The sculpture depicts the pope, has fallen from being hit by a meteorite).
Posted on 31 March 2010 by admin
Dalton Getty works very slowly. He does not use any special tools: for he needed only a blade, a sewing needle and a very bright light. To protect their vision, the author works for one and half hours a day. One tiny sculpture may take several months, and the creation of the previously mentioned script in Dalton took 2,5 years.
Posted on 26 March 2010 by admin
Robert The, that is also a mathematician, has made these bizarre creations for many years. Walking that fine line between bizarre and functional, Robert The is an artist that takes books and cut forms out of them while creating a juxtaposition between the two.