My little Pop Icons by Finnish artist Mari Kasurinen. Such clever “My Little Pony” transformations. I love them all, but here are a few of my favorites.
My Little Andy Warhol
My Little The Beatles
My Little Jack Sparrow
My Little Karl Lagerfeld
Horizons – commissioned for Gibbs Farm in New Zealand. I love how lightweight
this sculpture looks, as if it could blow away.
I love these mixed media pieces by Masako Miki. The deer sculpture is made of
felt. The artwork above incorporates thread and acrylic on either paper or wood.
Be sure to check out her other paintings on her website.
Using handspun wool (from cotton that she grows),
Erin Curry creates drawings and sculpture that capture
these threads into tangled masses.
Chicago based metalsmith, Sarah Holden, creates sculpture with
hand tatted lace and metal. I love this unexpected combination of
Dutch artist Lara Schnitger’s fabric and wood constructions touch on gender
and pornography in a whimsical, humorous fashion. Images via Anton Kern
New York based artist Ellen Jong deconstructs and reconstructs
rope to create inventive sculpture and sculptural jewelry. I am
especially fond of the “Mad Max” inspired bracelets which incorporate
rope, leather and metal.
Illuminated sculpture made of chicken wire. To see more of Cedric’s work click here
Airigami. A mix of puppetry, sculpture and origami. Images via designboom
Opening Saturday Sept 3, 6-8
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