Tag Archives: installation art

The surreal and disturbing sculptures by Yui Ishibari

 

Yui Ishibari is a japanese artist who works with paintings and sculptures, but her main focus is her sculptures. Ishibari creates disturbing and bizarre art pieces, portraying children taken by plants, in a grotesque fusion of body, leaves, branches and roots. Ishibari’s sculptures are made from a wide range of materials, from resin, steel wires, cloth, stone powder cray and wood. The final pieces are surreal figures, hopeless against the forces of nature, figures who accepted their cruel destiny, a metaphor for nature’s power over the man.
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Daniel Del Nero

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A series of architectural scale models constructed with black paper and covered with flour and a layer of mould to create the effect of old abandoned buildings.
My purpose is to talk about the sense of time and destiny of the planet after the human species, through the sense of restlessness which abandoned buildings are able to communicate.” Daniel Del Nero

Troels Carlsen’s Paperworks

“Danish artist Troels Carlsen is inspired by the human condition, specifically how art has captured human life over the last few centuries. I love that he uses old anatomical texts and illustrations as a base and inspiration for some of his pieces. He doesn’t just cut them out and use them as a collage, but rather uses them as his canvas. I suggest watching the above video on him to truly get a sense of his style.
View more of Troels’ fabulous work on his site, troelscarlsen.com.” —Manuel Kolb

The secret museum


One amazing anatomy blog that was an amazing source of reference when I was in art college was morbid anatomy, was delighted to find the founder Joanna Ebenstein is now working on another blog, a photography blog of all the amazing artifacts she has come across over the years!
The Secret Museum Exhibition
The Secret Museum is a photographic exhibition exploring the poetics of hidden, untouched and curious collections from around the world in photographs and artifacts, by Joanna Ebenstein, founder of the Morbid Anatomy blog and library. The show launched on April 10, 2010 at  the Observatory Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. It will close with a party on June 6th.”

Tim Walker for W Magazine March 2012

 

Tim Walker for W Magazine
March 2012 :: Styled by Jacob K

Today is my first real day off in weeks  will try and mak up for my time away! another amazing shot by one of my favourite photographers tim walker!