Steven Harrington: You & I

Posted on May 5, 2013 Under Art

Steven Harrington’s original You & I sculpture is back, now in a brand-new, shiny black color way. Fun. Harrington’s first three-dimensional exploration represents the epitome of his work’s goal—to create a dialogue between artist and viewer. We first covered Steve…

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Dominic Wilcox Watch Sculptures

Posted on December 19, 2011 Under Art

Dominic Wilcox has created some new watch sculptures– tiny people standing on the hands of a watch, on subjects from protest and big brother to money and football. Via Mocoloco The new Watch Sculptures are part of a larger series…

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Neo Gramophone

Posted on June 15, 2010 Under Art

The Neo Gramophone: Beautiful. Stunning, actually. Currently only available as a sculpture, but how about this for imagination: Playing vinyl back in the days the gramophone is now able to play your personal musical selection via streaming directly from itunes…

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Antony Gormley x One and Other

Posted on March 11, 2009 Under Art

If you've ever been a tourist in London, then surely you've ended up in Trafalgar Square. Amongst the statues of lions and kings and queens there is always one Plinth with some contemporary art that looks a bit out of…

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Frank Plant x Drawing with Steel

Posted on March 8, 2009 Under Art

Our experience with steel wire sculptures has been limited to crappy key rings and county fair crafts. So when we stumbled upon Frank Plant there was a little bit of hesitation. Not only did he smash our previous notion of…

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Andreas Nicolas Fischer: A Week In The Life

Posted on April 24, 2008 Under Art

Though there's been a lot of art inspired by government and political ongoings in the United States as of late, the impending election isn't the only worldwide example of government policy affecting the artistic landscape. In Germany, the government recently…

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Behance Inspiration: Art With Lots of Tension

Posted on April 7, 2008 Under Art

Sculptor R. Justin Stewart does amazing things with thread, rope, paint, pvc caps, and lots of tension. One striking piece, entitled Existing Independently, utilized fleece material to create 52 cubes held rigid with ropes to outline the USA. He also…

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Studio Joseph Shaeffer

Posted on January 22, 2008 Under Art

It would not do Joseph Shaeffer justice to simply adorn him with the titles sculptor, fabricator and conceptual artist. You'd be hard pressed to encompass to overall scope of his talents using just those terms. The Boulder, Colorado based principle…

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Wilfred Wood

Posted on November 9, 2007 Under Art

People look funny. We all have the same basic facial features, but even then, it's incredible how even just a slight size difference in someone's honker can set them oceans apart from the next Joe Schmoe. Wilfred Wood noticed these…

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Georgia Russell

Posted on November 6, 2007 Under Art

If you liked the deconstructed book sculptures by Brian Dettmer we featured a few months ago, check out Georgia Russell's work; like Dettmer, the Scottish artist also uses a scalpel to carve into old books, maps, photographs and newspapers, giving…

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