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Portrait Artist Bisa Butler Shares Her Passion For Visual Storytelling, and Using Fabric Like Paint

December 2, 2019

Christopher Jobson

Colossal Managing Editor Laura Staugaitis spoke with acclaimed artist Bisa Butler about the influence of her family's cross-cultural heritage, her breathtaking method of "painting with fabric," and the recent explosion of fiber arts in the mainstream art world. Laura: What have you been working on lately? What are you thinking about these days? Bisa: I'm working on a small group of eight pieces that are going to be debuted in Harlem in March, when I have my first solo show at Claire Oliver Gallery. So I'm crunching right now. I've finished putting them together and then the sewing I do…

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Art Photography

Moments of Isolation and Belonging Explored in Surreal Composite Photographs by May Parlar

November 20, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

Photographer May Parlar punctuates open landscapes with colorful elements like masses of balloons and accessories separated from human wearers. Her work reflects on themes of belonging and alienation, Parlar tells Colossal, and she seeks to "explore the human condition through a feminist perspective." To build her fanciful scenes, Parlar explains that she layers frames to build composite images rather than manipulating the content itself. "I work across different mediums such as photography, film, performance art, sculpture, installation, and landscape art; and all of which gets…

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Art Craft

New Three Dimensional Narratives Composed from Discarded Books

April 9, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

UK-based book sculptor Emma Taylor sources old books from charity and antique shops and gives them a second story. Taylor uses simple materials—just glue, paper, and scissors—to sculpt architectural facades, lively animals, and leafy trees from otherwise unused titles. Each scene is inspired by the book's written content, with a garden scene emerging from An Introduction to Botany and Italian houses built out of The Story of Venice. The artist shares on her website that she has been carving and sculpting books for several years, and has exhibited her creations in Cambridge, London, and Hong Kong. Taylor has recently opened…

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Art

Artist JR Transforms the Louvre With a 2000-Piece Paper Optical Illusion

March 31, 2019

Andrew LaSane

With the help of a small army of 400 volunteers, French artist JR (previously) pasted thousands of strips of paper around the Louvre in Paris, turning the courtyard around the museum into a massive optical illusion. Installed in honor of the structure's 30th anniversary, the collage titled "The Secret of the Great Pyramid" provides a glimpse at what may lie beneath the iconic glass pyramid. A follow-up to his 2016 work that made the museum disappear against the backdrop of the Louvre Palace, JR's new illusion reveals a construction site with…

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Design Illustration

Swirling Three-Dimensional Script by Designer Alia Bright

March 18, 2019

Kate Sierzputowski

Portland-based designer Alia Bright creates interlocking text with bright gradient patterns that combine her background in illustration, fine art, and graphic design. The looping letters are formed from paper and glue, and are created with several different weights and stocks to add a visual texture to the graphic presentation. For Bright, the trick to a successful work is finding the sweet spot where the three-dimensional aspect of the paper highlights the lettering, and vice versa. "I feel a piece is successful when I achieve this, which requires a lot of…

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Art

Mexican Paintings, Lowriders, and Nachos Transformed into Piñata-Inspired Sculptures by Justin Favela

August 15, 2018

Kate Sierzputowski

Justin Favela creates colorful artworks that center around his identity as a queer Latinx artist living in the Southwestern United States. The artist's piñata-inspired pieces reference his Mexican and Guatemalan heritage and explore elements associated with his family, pop culture, food dishes, and the art world. Each life-size installation or colorful nature-based "painting" is constructed by layering multi-colored cut paper or using the papier-mâché technique seen on the popular party object. "I have been making a lot of work using…

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