18.03.09 by Jeff

Nathan Coley

Various artworks by Glasgow-based, Nathan Coley. Religion, and the idea of home, seem to be themes throughout much of Coley’s work.

nathan coley artist installation churches miniature model

nathan coley artist installation churches miniature model

nathan coley artist installation churches miniature model

nathan coley artist installation churches miniature model

nathan coley artist installation churches miniature model

nathan coley artist installation churches miniature model

nathan coley artist installation churches miniature model













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • These are amazing. The first image is definitely my favorite.

  • meowmeow

    reminds me of stephan sagmeister’s work. the latter ones almost like architectural renditions of it.

  • G

    Turner Prize nominee 2007.

  • wow! too bad the words are so sad..

    • yea i would like to do similar things but with positive messages

  • Don’t really see anything wrong with the messages…
    Bet the top one was spot on and the lower one can hardly be proven other wise. I’d love to see one that read “The sun shines in Scotland” with the sun high in the sky in the background. Now that would be a miracle…

  • ^haha

  • talking heads, anyone?

    (last image.)

    • BRIAN

      definitely talking heads, let.s give credit where credit is due…

  • Great work!

  • mischa

    I think it is not about whether the words are right or not. THESE WORDS FORM A statement!
    Capturing a moment – thought with light, colour, shape and a meaning. – Honestly this is great!

    All I can see here is extremly powerful work – I would love us to do some work together.
    I do architecture-interior architecture-design-art

  • Great page!
    super great.
    I love NATHAN COLEY

  • when this kiss is over
    it will start again.

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