“Believe it or not, sometimes the safest place for your hands is between the jaws of a ferocious great white!”
If you wanna have Mida’s touch, Mahtab Hanna‘s golden thumb is what you need…
Stunning sculptures by Kohei Nawa:
“By covering surface of an object with transparent glass beads, the existence of the object itself is replaced by “a husk of light”, and the new vision “the cell of an image” (PixCell) is shown.
Most of the motifs, like stuffed animals are found through the internet. I search some auction sites and choose from the images which appear on a monitor as pixel. However, the stuffed animals which actually have been purchased and sent have real flesh feel and smell, and have a discrepancy with images on the monitor. I then transpose them to PixCell in turn.”
“Campbell expands his use of cut currency, sourcing uncut sheets of dollars directly from the United States Mint, to create large, intricate work with a sunken relief effect. One piece uses $11,000 worth of currency sheets to create an over two-foot cube, into which a three dimensional skull is carved-out.”
The Joy of destruction, “a film about the human drive to destroy and the absurd entertaining value that’s attached to it”.
Our friends at Gryphony are raising money to donate to the Red Cross to help relief efforts in Japan. You can help them buying this beautiful t-shirt.