Joeri Bosma

Joeri Bosma water sky portraits people optical illusion

This shot from photographer Joeri Bosma caught my eye. He’s based out of the Netherlands and his work reminds me somewhat of Nicholas Max and Egor Shapovalov.

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MÖBIUS: A Stop Motion Sculpture

MÖBIUS: A Stop Motion Sculpture sculpture public motion Melbourne interactive installation animation

MÖBIUS: A Stop Motion Sculpture sculpture public motion Melbourne interactive installation animation

Created by environmental design group Eness, MÖBIUS is a sculpture comissioned by the city of Melbourne that was photographed and animated over two weeks in May 2011. The piece consists of 21 green triangles that can be configured into several cyclical patterns creating the optical illusion of motion. This is a really fantastic example of public artwork, as the individuals who interact with the space inevitably become part of the art itself. (via change the thought)

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Quasi Cinema

Quasi Cinema stop motion serial sequence narrative movies installation

Quasi Cinema stop motion serial sequence narrative movies installation

Quasi Cinema stop motion serial sequence narrative movies installation

Quasi Cinema stop motion serial sequence narrative movies installation

Quasi Cinema stop motion serial sequence narrative movies installation

Quasi Cinema stop motion serial sequence narrative movies installation

Quasi Cinema stop motion serial sequence narrative movies installation

I just covered the work of Lucas Simões less than 10 posts ago but he just uploaded this new project called Quasi Cinema that seemed worth mentioning. Using sequential photographs that have been bent and woven with string into long rows he recreates a sense of cinematic motion in these wall-mounted installations. Much more here.

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Jakob Hunosøe

Jakob Hunosøe tableau home everyday

Jakob Hunosøe tableau home everyday

Jakob Hunosøe tableau home everyday

Jakob Hunosøe tableau home everyday

Jakob Hunosøe tableau home everyday

Jakob Hunosøe is a Danish photographer who slightly alters ordinary objects to create these humorous and unexpected images. These are five of my favorite photos from his On Things Ordinary series.

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Hipstir

Hipstir colors cocktails

Hipstir colors cocktails

“Hipstir” swizzle sticks made to look like a pelvis and elongated femur designed by Matthew Hoffman as part of his show HEY at YES Gallery in Cincinnati. (via post family)

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Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan-girl

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Sliced Image and Steel Nut Sculptures by Park Chan girl sculpture metal body art history

Korean sculptor Park Chan-girl constructs metal sculptures from thin metal layers he calls “sliced images” that resemble three dimensional topography charts. He also meticulously welds thousands of small steel nuts into a delicately textured skin, moulding it into human and animal forms. He received his BFA in Sculpture from Chungnam National University and his MFA in Fine Arts from KyungHee University and has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions across Korea and China. (via mu-um)

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Minimalist Guinness Poster by Danilo Boer

Minimalist Guinness Poster by Danilo Boer posters and prints minimal illustration guinness beer

Though I’m not a Guinness drinker I really like this clever exclamation point poster by Danilo Boer. Is this for sale somewhere? (via designspiration)

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