A play on the mightiness of words over weapons, Colorado-based artist Ravi Zupa’s series of machine gun sculptures are made from staplers and typewriters picked up at estate and garage sales. After careful disassembly, typewriter rollers become barrels with stapler gun triggers and grips as Zupa uses illustrations from old books and gun almanacs to create these minutely detailed replicas. More images from “Mightier Than” below.
Artist Tauba Auerbach teams up with Printed Matter for an incredible pop-up masterpiece [2,3]. The “book” is actually a series of six separate, intricately designed, geometric paper sculptures.
See more images below and watch New York-based director Sam Fleischner’s beautifully shot video of their unveiling over at Booooooom TV!
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!