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Imaginative Insects Formed From Resin and Brass by Hiroshi Shinno

March 6, 2017

Kate Sierzputowski

…Shinno builds hyperrealistic sculptures of insects that don’t exist, perfect forms of imaginative species that look as if they were built from vibrant leaves and delicate flower petals. Even these aspects of the creatures are false, as each leaf or petal was cast from resin and painted with acrylic paint before being placed on the model’s brass base. In addition to building these fantastical works, Shinno also sketches the initial ideas for his imaginative creatures in an Insect Diary on his website. You can see more of the Kyoto-born artist’s insect-based sculptures and 3D work on his Tumblr. (via Lustik)…

 

 



Illustration

Whimsical Storybook Illustrations by Antanas Gudonis

January 30, 2017

Christopher Jobson

Antanas Gudonis is a Helsinki-based illustrator who created this wonderful series of images as part of a personal project centered on a handful of rotund egg-like creatures and their adventures. You can see more of his digital illustration work on Behance. (via Lustik)…

 

 



Design

DIY Paper Beetle Sculpture Kits by Assembli

December 28, 2016

Christopher Jobson

Designer Joop Bource of Netherlands-based Assembli just released this colorful trio of DIY beetle models. The flat-pack model kits are available in three different beetle species including stag, hercules, and atlas, each in a number of different metallic colors. (via Lustik)…

 

 



Art

Florist Geoffroy Mottart Installs Guerilla Flower Crowns and Beards atop Public Monuments in Brussels

December 23, 2016

Christopher Jobson

Over the last year, florist Geoffroy Mottart has constructed elaborate plant arrangements in the form of flower crowns and beards that he installs on public monuments around Brussels. The temporary urban interventions titled Fleurissements last only for a day or so before being removed, but it gives the artist enough time to take a few photos which he shares on Instagram. While some statues are only targeted once, others are simply too tantalizing to resist; Mottart has returned to a bust of Leopold II of Belgium time and time again with fashionable new floral designs. (via Lustik)…

 

 



Illustration Music

Colorful Everyday Scenes Illustrated on Vintage Sheet Music by 'People Too'

November 28, 2016

Kate Sierzputowski

Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich are the two members of People Too, an illustrative team from Novosibirsk, Russia that draws elaborate scenes on pieces of sheet music. The colorful works capture both pastoral and urban landscapes, detailing vignettes of people fishing, dancing, and commuting. Musical notations from the songs are often incorporated into the illustrations—notes becoming steps, hills, or trunks of trees. You can purchase the pair’s altered sheet music on Society6, as well as see a greater breadth of their illustrative portfolio on Behance. (via Lustik)…

 

 



Art

The Book Sculptures of Jacqueline Rush Lee

October 31, 2016

Christopher Jobson

…pages in unusual forms. At times the books are assembled into ambiguous or haphazard shapes that look anything like a book, while in other pieces the pages become tightly organized into identifiable objects like the petals of a flower or the design of a bowl. Lee was recently an artist-in-residence at the University of Hawaii at Manoa where she completed work on a new site-specific work titled Whorl. Her work is also on view as part of Metamorphosis: The Art of Altered Books at the Fuller Craft Museum, and was included in the book Art Made from Books (via Lustik)…