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Figurative Sculptures Formed From Recycled Cardboard by James Lake

November 3, 2017

Kate Sierzputowski

Artist James Lake has used cardboard as his medium of choice for the last 20 years. The-UK based sculptor pieces together multiple layers of the recyclable material with hot glue to create free-standing  figural sculptures that are often a reflection of his own image. Lake was diagnosed with bone cancer at age 17, and began working the material after his right leg was amputated. During rehabilitation he searched for a material that could be easily accessible from his bedroom. "I wanted a medium that can be used to sculpt beyond traditional material and without the need of an arts studio,"…

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Hurdy-Gurdy: UGEARS Launches the World’s First Mechanical Musical Model (Sponsor)

June 27, 2017

UGEARS

All-in-one: puzzle, toy and fully fledged musical instrument, UGEARS has just launched one of their most ambitious mechanical models yet—Hurdy-Gurdy, now on Kickstarter. Based on the obscure but beloved folk instrument which derives its sounds through a crank-driven wheel that rubs against strings like a violin, the UGEARS Hurdy-Gurdy is a DIY wood model that lets you construct and play it yourself. Inspired by the art of medieval craftsmen, the new model comes with everything needed for assembly including incredibly precise laser cut wood components, strings, and instructions. To help with easy assembly, the pieces are designed to lock together…

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The Incredible Sand Sculptures of Toshihiko Hosaka

May 16, 2017

Johnny Waldman

Toshihiko Hosaka began making sand sculptures in art school and has been using beaches and sandboxes as his canvas for almost 20 years. His work defies what we typically think of as sand art as he sculpts and carves the loose, granular substance as if it were some malleable form of clay. There is no core, mold or adhesive ever used throughout the process: just sand. The only trick Hosaka uses (and this is commonly accepted) is a hardening spray applied to his sculpture only after it’s been completed, in order to prevent wind and sun from eroding it for…

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Repurposed Antique Dishware Sandblasted Into Bas-Relief Sculptures by Caroline Slotte

April 6, 2017

Christopher Jobson

Trying to imagine the original state of these rough-edged antique plates is part of the intention behind these sculptures by Helskini-based artist Caroline Slotte (previously), whose artworks often involve aspects of memory and the physical reduction of objects while still retaining the original meaning. For her 2015 series Tracing, Slotte reworked several ceramic plates utilizing a complex sequence of masking and sandblasting to transform painted 2D images into textural 3D reliefs. She explains in an…

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Experimental Cutlery That Challenges Traditional Ideas of Usability

February 17, 2017

Kate Sierzputowski

Merging design and haute cuisine, Amsterdam-based company Steinbeisser collaborates with designers and artists to produce surreal cutlery that operate beyond traditional ideas of usability for their online store Jouw... (Dutch for "your"). The tableware doesn't necessarily make the experience of eating easier, but rather encourages the user to reconsider their relationship to utensils and how they are used. "Yet it is not only about beauty, we also believe in sustainability," explain co-creators Jouw Wijnsma and Martin Kullik on Jouw...'s website. "That’s why all the pieces are crafted only from…

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Futurist Architecture Formed From Neatly Stacked Chewing Gum by Sam Kaplan

April 18, 2016

Kate Sierzputowski

Commercial photographer Sam Kaplan's latest project, Unwrapped, transforms sticks of chewing gum into monumental structures, stacking the sticky treat in shapes that imitate architectural forms. Hundreds of pieces of gum criss cross and stand upwards to create pyramids, columns, and arches—held tightly together with support from super glue. Each image within the series received minimal editing, the final image coming from a single shot rather than one that was digitally combined. Kaplan was initially interested in finding a way to manipulate a material into a 3D pattern, rather than finding a way to…

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