We’ve featured Micah Ganske on the site a couple times (see here and here). Check out this video portrait, directed by Alex Amoling as part of Distinct’s doc series, to see why. In addition to offering a great introduction to his work (which combines elements of 3D printing/sci-fi/virtual reality with sculpture/painting), Ganske shares wonderful insight into his creative process and how his drive toward experimentation staves off creative blocks and cultivates the kind of inspiration that evolves gradually over time. Watch below!
Undermining the very concept of bombs, Greek photographer, Petros Efstathiadis, created his own out of various innocuous items like soap, flowers, lightbulbs, and sponges. He then photographed them for a series intended to reflect on real world issues like Greece’s economic crisis and our general global confusion in a playful, absurdist, and child-like way. Check out more images below!
Born in Seoul, South Korea, and raised in New York City, Timothy Hyunsoo Lee’s watercolour painted and hand-cut paper sculptures explore issues related to his Korean-American identity and personal struggle with panic and anxiety disorders. See more images below.
Originally created for the 2014 Burning Man Festival, “Shogyo Mujo” is now a traveling art piece and highlight of technology conferences like 2014 Adobe Max and 2015 Siggraph. BARTKRESA design and Josh Harker, the team behind the 360 degree projected sculpture, hope to start taking the installation around the world. Watch the video below to get the full effect!