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Design Illustration


August 17, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Almasty is a design studio out of Paris comprised of Anna Apter and Charles Bataillie. I’m really enjoying their illustration work, especially from the two projects above, one from a self-initiated project called Rumeurs and the other for Trois Couleurs magazine on behalf of design firm MK2. The Paul is Dead gif is simply brilliant.




Mind-bending Sculptures by Bhac Ji-Ho

June 29, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Continuing a parade of Korean artists featured on Colossal since last week, behold the sculptural work of Bhac Ji-Ho. Like some of the others, information about this sculptor is extremely scare, and what I can find seems almost incomprehensible to me when using Google translate. Ji-Ho created these sculptures out of a unique synthetic resin that results in a smooth, almost plastic texture.




An 87-piece topographical cardboard face mask

May 25, 2011

Christopher Jobson

The Jack Cardboard Wall Mask is an 87-piece topographical face mask made from 50% recycled cardboard. It ships flat and you assemble it like a puzzle. Available from Uncommon Goods for $40.




Head sculpture made from intricately cut street maps

May 9, 2011

Christopher Jobson

(click for details)

New to me, artist Nikki Rosato creates these incredibly delicate busts using the mesh from cut-out street maps. Check out her portfolio for additional map cuttings. (via illusion)




Yasuhiro Sakurai

April 25, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Tokyo-based sculptor Yasuhiro Sakurai carves these stunning wall-mounted sculptures of mysterious women and their luscious hairstyles from cypress wood, giving them an almost golden appearance. I know painfully little about the artist and his work as there is almost nothing I can find online about him and my requests to Galleria Grafica Tokio where he is represented have gone unanswered. He attended the Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music and will have work at the upcoming “One Moment” show at Chiba Citizens’ Gallery.



Art Music

Vinyl Sculpture by L017

March 29, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Warped vinyl records by Angelo Bramanti and Giuseppe Siracusa who work under the name L017. Click images for detail. (via changethethought)