25.10.15 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Teppei Kaneuji

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Quirky yet thoughtful sculptures by Tokyo-based artist, Teppei Kaneuji, currently on display at Jane Lombard Gallery in New York until October 17th. Deep Fried Ghost is Kaneuji’s first solo exhibition in the United States. More images below!

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23.10.15 by Staff

XGen Portaits by Digital Sculptor Lee Griggs

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Madrid-based artist, Lee Griggs, embellishes 3D scans with various shapes, colours, and abstract growths. See more highly detailed portraits below!

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24.09.15 by Staff

Homemade Pacifist Bombs by Petros Efstathiadis

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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!

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21.09.15 by Staff

“Matchstickmen” by Wolfgang Stiller

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Incredible wood sculptures by German artist, Wolfgang Stiller. A literal take on feeling burnt out. See more images below!

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21.09.15 by Staff

Amazing Hand-Cut Paper Sculptures by Artist Timothy Hyunsoo Lee

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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.

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16.09.15 by Staff

Amazing 360 Degree Projected Sculpture

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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!

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10.09.15 by Staff

Trippy Kinetic Wooden Sculptures by David C. Roy

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Amazing wooden machines produce trippy patterns and operate solely from a mechanized spring that’s simply hand-cranked and released. More images and demonstration videos below!

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28.08.15 by Jeff

Kinetic Sculpture built from 14,000 Eyeglass Lenses

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sea/see/saw is a kinetic sculpture by Caitlind R.C. Brown and Wayne Garrett, constructed from 14,000 used eyeglass lenses. The piece was installed on the Pera Museum in Istanbul, and designed to mimmick a shimmering surface. The lenses were all donated by Canadian Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centre (CLERC) which helps visually impaired people around the world. These were lenses they were unable to recycle. To donate glasses in Canada, head over here.

Watch the video below.

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