Lightness of Being

Silk string sculpture complex system artwork japanese artist exhibition vortice galaxy construction photography lightness delicate Silk string sculpture complex system artwork japanese artist exhibition vortice galaxy construction photography lightness delicate Silk string sculpture complex system artwork japanese artist exhibition vortice galaxy construction photography lightness delicate Silk string sculpture complex system artwork japanese artist exhibition vortice galaxy construction photography lightness delicate akiSilk string sculpture complex system artwork japanese artist exhibition vortice galaxy construction photography lightness delicate Silk string sculpture complex system artwork japanese artist exhibition vortice galaxy construction photography lightness delicate

The Silk Vortices of Japanese artist Akiko Ikeuchi / delicately crafted string sculptures constructed from extremely delicate silk threads, and despite the chaotic appearance are each based on precise plans blueprinting the complex internal framework.

follow us now on Facebook and Pinterest :)

.

Advertisements

We pin

popular pinterest users followers best boards pinners famous most followed great pins boards to follow

We pin! / for more Hovercraftdoggy Inspiration, follow us on Pinterest!

.

Good Morning Monday

fashion photoshoot funny turbine airplane head funny dress photographer purse bag melbourne australia vintage

‘Anna, Melbourne 2008’ – Amusing fashion photograph by Vito Mirr. Find more of his work here

.

Cutting Edge

woman portrait hair face female photography photo beauty fridge haircut nose skin beautiful amazing portrait photographer

‘M’ / Portrait Photography by Tom Radenz

We make noise

soundsuits performance artist nick cave costume art music objects movement sounds dance ballet art american artist cool funky amazingsoundsuits performance artist nick cave costume art music objects movement sounds dance ballet art american artist cool funky amazing soundsuits performance artist nick cave costume art music objects movement sounds dance ballet art american artist cool funky amazing soundsuits performance artist nick cave costume art music objects movement sounds dance ballet art american artist cool funky amazing  soundsuits performance artist nick cave costume art music objects movement sounds dance ballet art american artist cool funky amazing soundsuits performance artist nick cave costume art music objects movement sounds dance ballet art american artist cool funky amazing soundsuits performance artist nick cave costume art music objects movement sounds dance ballet art american artist cool funky amazing

‘Soundsuits’ – incredible dance costumes by American performance artist, and sculptor Nick Cave. With these costumes, Cave merges the arts of music, dance, sculpture as well as fashion. His suits are made of various textiles and objects and during the dance performance become a musical instrument in themselves.

We have a little hangover

Bart Hess is known to take the already extraordinary to the next highest level with his alternative take on combining new materials and ideas. From designing Lady Gaga’s famed slime dress to establishing his own personal stylistic signature, Hess has developed projects in collaboration with different names and personalities in the fashion and music industry. His harmonic use of unexpected materials in almost disruptive scenarios has conceded him to make a mark in different disciplines, breaking down the rules of conventionality in all of them.  His latest project, in collaboration with HeyHeyHey, a dutch design studio, for the 2011 STRP Art and Technology Festival campaign features the STRP mutants. The festival combinates art, music and technology, where robots, concerts, movies and so forth, will  feature a 360 degree experience throughout the three disciplines.  Along with the fantastic set of pictures, a teaser featuring the Hess’s supernatural mutants was released to promote the festival. As Bart himself said, these creatures covered in glistening skin are born from the concept of transformation; in particular, the movement of the constant change in the boundaries between art, technology and music. The face-less mutants stand in confident super-hero poses, although struggling with the layer of skin between them and the outside world. Despite the fact that the shape within the mutant is somewhat human, they arouse feelings of tension and a peculiar eerieness revolving around the discovery of the unknown. Bart Hess has proved us, once again, that a picture is truly worth a thousand words.

‘STRP Mutants’ / Costume art by HEYHEYHEY & Bart Hess

We want to travel

travel fashion photography maneken wooden cities Rome New York Paris London photos romantic destination travelling
Photograph of wooden maneken dolls

unknown photographer