照明で魚の影が!

shadow created by a lamp. Could possible be programmed in a way that the object changes over time. what a neat idea. shadow + light are sculpture, too.

There is a moment when a clinging bead of water, in quiet orb-like suspension…

There is a moment when a clinging bead of water, in quiet orb-like suspension, becomes a droplet. The droplet reflects its surroundings while gathering light within. There is a moment when molten glass transforms from liquid to solid. This instant of t

Angela Glajcar: Paper Space

Angela Glajcar: Paper Space

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Neil Dawson sculpture, North Auckland, New Zealand. How is this real?

sheer wall / jesse pietila 起伏韵;毛玻璃韵

Sheer Wall, the ambivalent spatial quality. Jesse Pietilä’s Sheer Wall has been awarded by EFG European Furniture Group. A collaboration work with RUUKKI Ltd. and Prolaser Ltd. Sheer Wall was exhibited at Masters of Arts – festival at the University of Ar

Playing with the idea of taboo, their intention was to design an anti-exhibition – a display that hides the exhibits even from the museum itself.

Exhibition about the culture of smoking in Croatia with glowing cylindrical rooms inspired by smoke rings and cigarettes by Brigada.

light drawing

Italian artist Carlo Bernardini has been working with optic fiber since He creates light sculptures or, more precisely, spatial drawings using optical fibers and in a sense sculpts the darkne…

Untitled March 8, 1965 Red fluorescent Plexiglas and stainless steel 20 x 48 x 34 inches (50.8 x 122 x 86.4 cm) Art © Judd Foundation. Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Courtesy of David Zwirner, New York/London

Untitled March 1965 Red fluorescent Plexiglas and stainless steel 20 x 48 x 34 inches x 122 x cm) Art © Judd Foundation. Courtesy of David Zwirner, New York/London

This design is framed in such a way that it appears that the sides of it are continuous while the gap in the middle creates the sense of another dimension.

Great Divides

This design is framed in such a way that it appears that the sides of it are continuous while the gap in the middle creates the sense of another dimension [source: exhibitors online]

Bahar Yürükoğlu makes icebergs bleed neon colors

Vibrant colors could be the next big architecture trend don’t you think?

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