The Rubber Band Series
Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman newest bizarre photo series was born when Wes decided to invite some Albuquerque local music scene musicians to pose for a portrait shoot.
Dutch freelance artist Ramon Bruin is back with a new series of 3D pencil drawings
The Work of Alex Solis
Chicago-based artist Alex Solis creates simple drawings, and interacts with them to make it appear he’s affecting the work.
(Source: Flickr / alexmdc)
The Scribble Board
UK-based street artist Mobstr decided to give members of the public the chance to become street vandals themselves.
Korean artist Lee Jae-Hyo works primarily with wood, steel, stone and nails to create these massive organic sculptures.
Encouraging Street Art
Bulgaria based Aneta Ivanova’s long exposure series are black-and-white photo imprints of a landscape on a person’s body, creating the aforementioned wounds.
OId Ski Gondola Turns into Kids’ Vending Machine
Premiering at Design Miami on June 10 is a charity project called Verbier Mountain Climbers, where old gondolas from Verbier, a village in Switzerland, are transformed by Swiss artists and designers into intriguing works of art.
Graphic designer-turned-photographer Sebastian Magnani combines man and his best four-legged friend for a collection of whimsical portraits
Scotland-based laser physicist-turned-artist and web developer Tom Beddard, aka subBlue, has produced a number of intriguing geometric forms he refers to as Fabergé Fractals. Like an ornate Fabergé egg, Beddard’s creations boast brilliant and intricate design patterns. The English artist uses a formulaic method to create his digitally rendered three-dimensional models.
Hozoï in Senegal
Not your average graffiti, this beautiful mosaic is the latest work of Hozoï.
Hundreds and Thousands
As part of Vivid Sydney 2013, Designworks worked with The Benevolent Society to create an amazing interactive light installation that consists of thousands of tiny LED lights. Called Hundreds and Thousands, it’s a walk-through tunnel where the lights are controlled individually, responding to on-the-ground visitors who interact with them, or by Australians who share their hopes via tweet.
Cardboard Animal Sculptures
Montreal-based artist Laurence Vallières creates animal sculptures using layered cardboard cutouts taken from found boxes. Vallières’s sculptures are studies that appropriate symbolism of the animal imagery to represent political issues and social behavior.
1953 Volkswagen Beetle Sphere
For the Art Basel Hong Kong event, Indonesian sculptor Ichwan Noor made an amazing piece that is made by molding a genuine 1953 Volkswagen Beetle into a perfect sphere.