26.10.16 by Staff

Life-like Animal Sculptures Made From Rolled Newspaper

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Japanese artist Chie Hitotsuyama creates life-sized animal sculptures using tightly rolled strips of wet newspaper. See more images and video below or on display at MOAH:CEDAR in Lancaster, California until January 7th.

 

 

 

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Chie Hitotsuyama’s Website

Hitotsuyama Studio on Facebook

MOAH:CEDAR Website

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21.08.17 by Jeff

OPEN CALL: @Booooooom Instagram Feature

photo by Jimmy Marble

 
Heads up, we are currently accepting submissions for features on our @Booooooom Instagram account. This is an open call for photos that fit the theme: ‘A fleeting moment’.

If you have an image that you think fits this theme, leave a comment below with 1 image and a clickable link to your Instagram account.

 

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21.08.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Ian Cumberland

Paintings by artist Ian Cumberland, currently based in Belfast. More images below.

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21.08.17 by Staff

“Heads” by Artist Ronald Gonzalez

Sculptures made from found objects, wax, wire, metal filings, glue, soot and welded steel by New York-based artist Ronald Gonzalez. See more “Heads” below.

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21.08.17 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Klone

Arad, Israel

 
Some recent murals by Israel-based artist Klone, who describes this series of work as an exploration of personal topography. See more below.

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21.08.17 by Staff

ANIGIF Net Artwork by Artist Nicolas Sassoon

Artist Nicolas Sassoon has made one of the largest animated gifs we’ve seen (several smaller gifs combine to form one large 7680 x 2160 image)! The imagery is based on the architecture of Skylight, an artist-run space here in Vancouver. See more gifs/sections of the larger image below or on the project website.

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