Incredible installations by Australian artist Tanya Schultz who creates work under the name Pip & Pop. Made using things like coloured sugar, Schultz’s ultra-colourful and dreamy work explores themes of abundance, pleasure, and fairytale-esque wish-fulfillment. Check out more images below!
I’ve been bugging artist/typographer Gemma O’Brien for images from her show “Hiatus” at China Heights (Sydney, Australia) for awhile. Everything I saw through her Instagram @mrseaves101 looked incredible. She sent over a bunch of process and install shots so you can see just how much work went into it.
Have a look below!
The effect in this video is so simple; I can’t believe I haven’t seen this done before. This single channel video by artist Daniel Crooks was commissioned by Michael and Silvia Kantor for the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, with sound and music by Byron Scullin. I love the moment when the camera makes the right turn in the alley way.
Watch “An Embroidery of Voids” here until I can get permission to embed the video.
Drawings of a contemplative nude lady, by Australian HR assistant and artist Miranda Lorikeet, created with MS Paint. More below.