Posts Tagged ‘skeleton’
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“Coins are actually massively-reproduced little sculptures. This project brings individual character to each replica, and makes us think: Are we able to like one cent more than others, just by injecting new stories in it? “ This is the leading idea behind the Tales you Lose project by Andre Levy, who turns ordinary coins into unique pieces depicting some of our contemporary society icons over the sculpted figures…
“By having a major figure from Chinese mythology appear on European shores, Huang Yong Ping examines, the notions of identity and cultural hybridity, as is often the case in his work. The environmental question is also very present in his art where he regularly exposes the paradox of the man sawing the branch he is sitting on, torn between creative abilities and destructive impulses. This is one of the many possible interpretations of this work: placed on the beach, the skeleton appears with the tide and, little by little, will be home to marine fauna and flora.”
Death has never looked so beautiful. The fully articulated skeleton of a female saint, dressed in an intricate costume of silk brocade and gold lace, withered fingers glittering with colorful rubies, emeralds, and pearls-this is only one of the specially photographed relics featured in Heavenly Bodies. Cult Treasures and Spectacular Saints from the Catacombs.
PyroPet is a family of animal shaped candles that each reveal a surprise within as they burn.
The first PyroPet product is a cute little cat called Kisa, a cute cat shaped candle reveals the wild beast inside her, a grinning metallic skeleton with fire blazing in her eyes…