This is insanity.
The mind-bending sculptures of Jonty Hurwirtz
2008 | Copper and Chrome
2009-2010 | Resin, Powder and Steel
British artist Matthew Chambers creates abstract contemporary ceramic sculptures. Matthew began his journey in 1993 with a training in handmade tableware with Philip Wood in Nunney, the Somerset villiage where he grew up. His other education began in 1999 at Bath School of Art, followed with an MA at the Royal College of Art in London from 2002. He currently lives and makes on the Isle of Wight after moving there on a residency at Quay Arts in 2004.
3G International, 2010 by Aristarkh Chernyshev & Alexei Shulgin.
Simon C. Page
Anatomical ceramic sculptures by Maria Garcia-Ibáñez
high tide and low tide in great britain. photographs by michael marten
“So my amazing daughter, Emma, turned 5 last month, and I had been searching everywhere for new-creative inspiration for her 5yr pictures. I noticed quite a pattern of so many young girls dressing up as beautiful Disney Princesses, no matter where I looked 95% of the “ideas” were the “How to’s” of how to dress your little girl like a Disney Princess…We chose 5 women (five amazing and strong women), as it was her 5th birthday but there are thousands of unbelievable women (and girls) who have beat the odds and fought (and still fight) for their equal rights all over the world”
- Jaime Moore, Not Just a Girl
Remake Project had been launched by the website Booooooom.com asking you to adapt a famous painting in photo.
Following the success and the many works submitted by users, the site is currently completing a compilation of the best projects in a self-published book. You have until February 22, 2013 to send your work.
“Self Portrait 1889″.Vincent van Gogh
“Pot Pourri”. Herbert James Draper
“Le Désespéré”. Gustave Courbet
« Weeping Woman”. Picasso
« Study for Portrait”. Francis Bacon
The Picasso one is brilliant.
I like the Courbet one.
Say hello to Yasumasa Morimura, google him