Sculpture by Jeongmoon Choi (via JeongMoon [100 conversation])
Bicycles! (Really, once you are an established artist, you can do anything you like. :))
I like this because a log fire shouldn’t be… huggable.
Dutch agency Van Wanten Etcetera created the campaign “Written Portraits”, which show the different faces behind the (auto) biographies of Anne Frank, Vincent van Gogh, Louis van Gaal and Kader Abdolah. Souverein made the artwork and did an amazing job creating realistic images. Even the structure of the original book pages was used for the text inside the portraits to get right structure for each portrait.
Telephone Sheep Sculptures by Jean Luc Recycled art
These are the sort of things that keep me reblogging.
Sculptors spend even *more* time explaining to their friends that they are working on something important, and so can’t come over to watch TV than I (a large format, wet collodion photographer) do. If you can imagine that. (Note: my friends don’t believe me.)
What an amazing piece. Par Avion created by Wendi Norris. She cut up and packaged a Cessna 173 in to 70 small pieces that fit the maximum capacity of Australian postage regulations and hand mailed them to a gallery in San Francisco. Then they were resent back to Australia. Beautiful.
Have a seat! ”Chairs” by Tadashi Kawamata (via All you need to know about The Abu Dhabi Art Fair | Art | Agenda | Phaidon)