Sculptures by artist Michael Johansson.
Love it. So true.
very interesting work
very lovely, so fill of details and also so clean and fun.
Funny! interesting! i like it!
i bet he’s great at packing a suitcase..
These seem a little obsessive compulsive to me. But considering I am a little obsessive compulsive, I love them. Really original sculptures.
Where do you find this stuff Hamada?
I’m a huge tetris and bejeweled fan, so this is great – really love it.
haha i love tetris and dr mario
I should totally get this guy to help me next time I move…
I’m especially diggin’ on the third one down. xoxo!
haha the ocd comment made me laugh… i truly appreciate these being an obsessive organizer myself. something to be said for efficient use of space…
I work at the regional landfill in Trail BC as my day-job. On a day to day basis I see so much terrific material, found art material and the like, being tossed and compacted into the ‘fill to rot. As a scribbler and 2D kind of guy, I divert a tiny amount of paneling and stuff for my own purposes, but not a lot of the potentially great installation/found-art stuff. It’s a loss. E-waste is a huge issue for us, too, but that’s another story.
I love the cubed effect of these arrangements; nice composition with otherwise disparate items/objects. Great work, Michael.
I want to see the insides of these cubes.
these are great!
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different colors is always nice, give it another dimension especially the green & brown thing.
This is really awesome. Makes me think of Wall-E too!
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Great work. Interesting use of color as a way to unify diverse material. Very Louise Nevelson.
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how did i miss this? it’s amazing.
I love something about those little cubes of organization.
And yes, it’s ALL about the Tetris/ Dr. Mario combo. I still play the Super Nintendo version that came out that had both in it all the time. So timeless.
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This really reminds me of Tony Cragg. Well done, though. I’d be curious to know how this blocks are made.
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bit like a graphic design version of tony cragg…
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