Archives for category: Art

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Designed by Lead Pencil Studio the art piece is aptly named ‘Non-Sign II’ which draws attention to the surrounding landscape and environment. Created from stainless steal rod and placed near the Canadian border, the sign downplays the significance of crossing the border.


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Created by architecture studio THEVERYMAN, this art pavillion located in Edmonton, Canada light weight aluminium shingles to create a self supported structure. To learn more about the project and the design process behind it you can follow the link to their site at THEVERYMANY

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Handpainted by Rowena Martinich, each one is a unique one-of-a-kind piece. Blurring art and design the ceramics are made of high fired stonware, hand painted and finished with a glossy epoxy resin. Martinich and Carran are two designers who work independently and collaboratively with each other.

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Created by growing bacteria collected from Erno-Erik Raitanen’s own body on rolls of traditional film. The process documents a sort of miniature cosmic nebula, while in fact the bacteria are consuming the gelatinous surface of the film.



Instead of focusing on the wide photos of galleries or artwork that we are used to seeing, Berlin based von Rauch shows us the fine details of artworks behind the scenes of gallery openings.

Images of art restoration, sculptures in storage, and the details of frames and stretched canvas make it difficult to place the gallery or name the artwork and instead leaves us with abstract images full of textures and somber scenery.

Visit her website for the full gallery of images and other works.


Identity Parade by London designer Adam Nathaniel Furman is a series of ceramic objects created by a 3D printer, and painted in various ways such as 3D printing laser-sintered nylon in bright colours, 3D-printing ceramics and spray painting.



Project Morrinho (in Portuguese “Projeto Morrinho“) a social and cultural project based on local neighborhoods of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Morrinho, which was started by local youth in 1998, is a 320m2 model of the city constructed from bricks and other recycled materials. Beginning as a simple childhood game to escape from the realities of violence and corruption that surrounded the teens and their community.

For more information and photos can be found on the Project Morrinho website



Rice Gallery in Houston, Texas is now showing American artist Soo Sunny Parks Unwoven Light instillation.

Thirty-seven suspended sculptures, made from welded chain link fencing and iridescent plexiglass make use of the gallery’s natural lighting and light fixtures to “capture the light that is already there and force it to reveal itself.”

Guests are invited to meander around without a set path to follow, allowing for each guest to have a unique experience and view of the pieces with some people standing side by side and having a substantially different view of the installation.

Unwoven Light will be on display until August 30th at Rice Gallery.

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Artist and designer John Foster a graduate of Minneapolis College of Art and Design, created a table formed out of reflective geometric shapes, splashing interiors with colorful prism-like light.

See more of John Fosters work here.