Walter Hugo and Zoniel’s latest art installation places a large aquarium teeming with live jellyfishes in an abandoned warehouse in Liverpool, England.
Looking good enough to eat, these disposable utensils by Qiyun Deng are sumptuously stunning. The detailing is exquisite, each implement intricately carved to resemble fruits and vegetables, from the leak knife to the carrot spoon and celery fork.
Dystopian imagery beautiful in its bleakness, “From the New World” is the latest and largest project from Chinese artists Yang Yongliang. A sprawling digital collage, it shows a future from a hell, beautiful landscapes plagued by debris, construction sites and skyscrapers.
Highly talented furniture maker and artist Greg Klassen spends his days whittling wood and whatnot in the Pacific Northwest. Inspiration, he says, he finds in the trees, fields and waterways. That nature-infused philosophy has been stunningly encapsulated in his latest collection.
Damon Casarez captures the trend we see today with young adults and life after college with his latest series Boomerang Kids.
Paul Stankard is a glass blower from New Jersey who makes excellent glass paperweights that are featured in more than 60 museums around the world. Just as excellent is how he found his vocation, even with his dyslexia, and went on to be considered the father of modern glass paperweights.
Sculptor makes sculptures from scrap metal with an Old West flair. He uses old cast aside farm equipment to craft statues in the form of American West icons like bison, horses and longhorn cattle. Lopez got into sculpting with recycled metal after he made a family grave for a deceased aunt using scrap metal.
The Edgar Hotel in Paris has 13 rooms, each designed with a different concept. Founder Guillaume Rouget-Lauchaire had his family and closest friends come up with a concept for each room with one room for himself. The result being 13 rooms, each offering a singular experience.
A stitch in time, so the saying goes, saves nine. These stitches are doing their bit to help save the environment. This sustainable art, courtesy of Hilary Fayle, sees her use embroidery techniques to craft intricately detailed designs into dried leaves, the idea being to mirror their natural veins.
Floral artist Azuma Makoto launches a 50 year old bonsai and an extravagant flower arrangement into space for his Exobiotanica project.