Untitled, oil on canvas, by Korean artist, KwangHo Shin.
Kenny Random, street art in Padova, Italy.
Snoopy doing a Banksy, Woodstock, black cats, Honest Abe with a spray can… it’s all made of win.
Slight Uncertainty, a series created last year by Czech artist Michael Trpák inside the EBC office center in Prague.
“I can’t even make up a rhyme about an umbrella, let alone death and life and eternal peace.”
Pretty much sums up this aimless Sunday…
Giant second-hand shirt installations by Finnish environmental artist Kaarina Kaikkonen.
This is from her most recent work ‘Are we still going on?’, which consists of hundreds of shirts, organized by color, resembling the interior hull of a ship. It is on show at Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, Italy.
We’re a sucker for shadow art and Dutch artist Diet Wiegman is certainly an established name in the art world and a true veteran of light sculptures.
Wiegman creates different sculptures by arranging what looks to be piles of trash which, when lit in a special way, result in producing a perfect shadow on the wall of Venus de Milo, Rodin’s The Thinker, Michael Jackson, or Michelangelo’s David, amongst other depictions. He has been working with this unique art form that has been copied by many others since 1965.
Wiegman has worked on many sculptures in the public space, and his art can be found in museums and private collections around the world.
Hugo meets the Bodhisattva…
The birth of Z, the mechanical man, and his journey towards enlightenment by South Korean artist Wang Zi Won.
Submerged art installations by Forlane 6 Studio, which was founded by artists Mathieu Goussin and Hortense Le Calvez.
They create underwater sculptures out of found objects; such as furniture, clothing, and streamers. In response to climate change, their work’s “weightless and slow aesthetic contradicts the usual way objects are consumed and disposed of in an inconsiderate speed.”
Liu Bolin, Lost in Art, Hiding in NYC, 2012.