Posts tagged 'Crafts'
In this set, Jose Romussi combines photography and embroidery to create these unique pieces.
Jose Romussi was born in Chile where he studied landscape design. Over the past few years he has gained a significant following for his screen prints and collages in which he combines vintage black and white photographs with colorful forms of embroidery. The supernatural power of dancers and their poses and movements inspire him with their precision and elegance. Romussi brings these pictures back to life with bright vibrant colors, underlining the dynamic of these frozen movements. With each new line of embroidery he invites the viewer to dream with him and to experience each subject’s hidden vitality.
Mind Out : Project Longarm - A project by Mattias Jones.
Jones is a broken designer living in Sheffield, Yorkshire. His work entirely revolves around pattern and tessellation, from the sacred to the scientific.
Towards the end of 2012, as part of The Festival of the Mind in Sheffield, myself and a small team of technicians, coders and mathematicians developed a drawing system and put it to work. The robots drew one line pattern solutions, the shortest line possible, derived from theories on how bees fly from flower to flower. It ended up covering three walls and the floor of a twenty foot cube in one unbroken line.
Watch the video of the installation at : http://vimeo.com/57133850
A sunny afternoon: flora’s garden by Lui Yang
Threaded vintage portraits by Happy Red Fish
"Happy red fish" is a creative studio operated by the artist and designer Hagar Vardimon-van Heummen based in Amsterdam ,The Netherlands. We particularly love this one collection of vintage portraits combined together with colorful threaded lines on faces. After several days we promise to publish more Happy Red Fish’s artworks here!
Soviet glass by Olga Gorohova, an artist from Prague, Czech Republic.
Wood and rope sculptures by David Shaw.
Glassware by Goncalo Campos
Impressive realistic sculptures made of of archival cardboard, drywall screws, and wood glue by sculptor Scott Fife.
BIO is a jewellery collection by a Con spectrum temporary Jewellery Designer and Metalsmith from Canada Theresa Capell. She creates intriguing jewellery to attract the viewer’s sense of curiosity and adventure. Her jewellery are made of sterling silver, resins, steel, pearls and other materials.
Something (Black) 2013
Installation by Glen Fogel