by John Pawson
"Spanning the façade’s twenty-one bays, one long edge of the apartment’s floor plan is left clear, preserving an uninterrupted 40-metre vista.”
French artist Le Cyklop has created quirky mini-figures spray painted on street poles in France.
Martin Kimbell’s phenomenal images are proof that you don’t need fancy equipment to achieve stunning photos.
Using a simple metal ring with LED lights attached, Martin creates these innovative light paintings.
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Dennis Wojtkiewicz is best known for his exploration of the “sensitive nature of time” in his large-scale oil paintings of fruits and flowers. Wojtkiewicz focuses on light and texture in his amazingly detailed paintings of citrus fruits and multi-petaled flowers.
Eddie Colla will be presenting a new body of work in his solo show “Atavisms,” opening at Ian Ross Gallery in San Francisco, California starting on August 22nd, 2014. The Bay Area legend focused on post-apocalyptic survival themes for the visceral work on display. See more below!
Myung Keun Koh layers translucent photographs to create shape-shifting sculptures. Check out more of his work on Hi-Fructose.
With regular vinyl tape, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms any given space into a colorful, mesmerizing landscape that often create optical illusions.