I’ve already talked about how I love the artwork of Clemens Behr, but I just can’t get enough of his oversized installations – they’re like huge 3D paintings. He can completely transform the interior of a building into an optical illusion funhouse.
Instead of using paper, artist Lorenzo Durán uses leaves to make papercut art. If you think about how delicate a leaf is, you can imagine how challenging and intricately painstaking each piece of art must be to create. It’s an interesting technique based on paper-cutting in China, Japan, Germany and Switzerland.
Check out Michael Guppy’s interesting reinterpretations of classic works of art.
His work is influenced by the way technology transforms society. He examines the way we interact with the web and how it may change our perceptions.
This interactivity takes the form of a sort of suspended understanding – of why your screen is [...]
Beijing, January 09, 2011 – MAD today unveiled their new museum for Chinese wood sculptures in Harbin. As the main city of Northern China, Harbin is in the process of defining itself as a regional hub for the arts at a time when the historic city is rapidly expanding.
Inspired by the unique local [...]
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