Thought-Provoking Sculpture of Split Head Reveals a Hauntingly Surreal Skull Within
Death Visceration, a surreal sculpture by Taiji Taomote, features the face of a woman whose head has been split open to reveal her skull.
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The Art of Kim Joon
Not all indie crafters work in the real world. Kim Joon creates beautiful porcelain pieces–in the digital world. Using 3D software, he overlays the patterns and creates forms that look exactl…
I had an amazing opportunity to meet with NARS Residency Artist Sophie Kahn. She takes us to another dimension through her use of 3d printing. Born in England, Kahn has split her time between...
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Deconstruction of buildings by Michael Jantzen
The Deconstructing The Houses series is a set of collages by Californian architect Michael Jantzen. This two-part project consists of both the physical deconstruction and reconstruction process, resulting in photographs that show how living spaces can be reimagined through careful manipulation. The juxtaposition between old and new creates an interesting effect as we see where...
10 Avant-Garde Artists Whose Rainbow Art Installations Will Mesmerize You
In this collection of colorful art, we explore the artists behind some of contemporary art's coolest rainbow art installations.
Johnson Tsang’s Surreal, Porcelain Faces Carry Wide-Ranging Emotions
Sculptor and ceramics artist Johnson Tsang, based in Hong Kong, creates surreal, spellbinding faces in porcelain. Dramatic and often humorous, these characters are warped in varying emotions, wheth…
Johnson Cheung-shing Tsang devotes 50 to 60 hours per week to creating his illusionistic ceramic sculptures, which run the gamut from lyrically beautiful to arrestingly thought provoking. For Tsang, who was born in 1960 in Hong Kong and still lives there, sculpting is the language in which he can communicate his observ