Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based artist Paolo Del Toro’s collaboration with photographer Tifani Truelove, Baba of the Woods, is a wonderfully odd combination of sculpture, costume and photography. See more images from the series and selections of Del Toro’s handiwork below.
South African artist Frances Goodman constructs elaborate sculptures using fake nails. More images below.
Whimsical project by Stockholm-based creative Nina Lindgren. “Floating City” features a multitude of tiny houses built out of recycled cardboard and joined together to form a large-scale sculpture, suspended from the ceiling. See more images below.
Boston-born, Philadelphia-based artist Luke O’Sullivan combines screen-printed drawings on wood and metal to create architectural sculptures inspired by dystopian fiction. See more images below!
Nice feature by Great Big Story following kinetic sculptor Anthony Howe around his home-studio on Orcas Island where he lives and works with his wife/business partner. Howe’s massive sculptures have a mesmerizing, almost other-worldly quality. Check out more images below and see his pieces in action in over at Booooooom TV!
Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg creates “Stranger Visions” from stuff we discard publicly without a second thought. Gleaning genetic information from things like chewing gum and cigarette butts, Dewey-Hagborg creates detailed masks of what the person might look like, raising questions about privacy and the implications of genetic tampering. See more images and a short video of Dewey-Hagborg discussing her project below.