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Dive Into the Incredibly Satisfying Art of Japanese Wood Joinery

December 14, 2020

Grace Ebert

 Since the 12th Century, Japanese artisans have been employing a construction technique that uses just one simple material: wood. Rather than utilize glue, nails, and other fasteners, the traditional art of Japanese wood joinery notches slabs of timber so that the grooves lock together and form a sturdy structure. Yamanashi-based carpenter Dylan Iwakuni demonstrates this process in the endlessly satisfying video above, which depicts multiple styles of the angular joints and how they're slotted together with the tap of a mallet. As Iwakuni notes at the end, new joineries often are used in traditional architecture to replace a damaged…

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A Conversation with Animator and Director Anna Mantzaris Explores Her Penchant for Nuanced Emotion and Finding Humor in the Mundane

November 18, 2020

Grace Ebert

Colossal contributor Laura Staugaitis spoke with Anna Mantzaris via Zoom in late September 2020. This conversation has been edited for length and clarity.  Shown above is a still from Mantzaris's "Small Decision, Big Impact" for Honest Tea. Laura: Could you share a little bit about how you got interested in animation? What was the point at which you really identified that it was the creative direction that you were going to move in? Anna: I didn't have the path of always knowing that I wanted to do animation—it wasn't something that I was anticipating seeing in my life. It's not that…

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October 15, 2020

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During the last few months, Colossal has been evaluating our relationships with massive companies in lieu of more equitable options. In February, we stopped directing buyers to Amazon in favor of Bookshop, which directly supports independent bookstores. Although we will continue publishing to platforms like Facebook and Instagram, we've begun to deemphasize our growth in those spaces. Those who want to keep Colossal in their feeds always can find us on Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, and Flipboard, and now, Mix (formerly StumbleUpon) and LinkedIn, too. We also will be removing services from…

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Art

Meditative Faces Emerge from the Staggered Wooden Sticks Forming Artist Gil Bruvel’s Sculptures

September 17, 2020

Grace Ebert

Gil Bruvel (previously) has spent 40 years practicing vipassanā meditation, an introspective practice that invites judgment-free observation of the mind. The Australia-born artist infuses the philosophies of this decades-long ritual into his variegated sculptures as he forms a series of faces in deep thought. With eyes and mouths closed, the figures project serenity and calmness, serving as "a reminder of what it looks like to be centered and at peace," Bruvel says of The Mask Series. Different in shape and size, the sticks are burned, painted…

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Design

Light Streams through a Swelling Canopy of Woven Bamboo in China’s Karst Mountains

September 17, 2020

Grace Ebert

An understated bamboo canopy situated among the verdant landscape of the Karst Mountains in Yangshuo, China, offers respite from the sun and frequent rainfall that blankets the area. Designed by Lllab. Architects for the outdoor theatrical performance of Impression Sanjie Liu, the curved structure merges seamlessly with the surrounding environment. Bamboo trees line the pathway the canopy occupies as it stretches across 140 meters. Smaller lanterns are positioned at the entrance to the venue before the larger structure guides visitors to the main performance stage, which sits at the bank of the…

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Illuminated Wire Sculptures Nest Inside Larger Kinetic Works by Artist Spenser Little

August 14, 2020

Grace Ebert

Known for his figurative wire pieces attached to light posts and other public fixtures around the world, Spenser Little’s recent artworks venture into the personal. Illumination Devices is comprised of the artist's bent portraits and totems of merging faces, in addition to a series of irradiated kinetic sculptures. Evoking the nesting doll, these abstract figures contain spacious chest cavities that open up to reveal similar, smaller forms hidden inside. For each lamp, Little carves a wooden structure of the main character's head, welds a metal body, and overlays the components…

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