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Art Photography

New work from Lucas Simões

August 5, 2011

Christopher Jobson

São Paulo based architect and artist Lucas Simões has just uploaded a number of his signature fragmented geometric portraits cut from ten layers of photographs. I simply never get tired of seeing new work from him.

 

 



Art

Human Bird

June 10, 2011

Christopher Jobson

As part of the Edinburgh College of Art degree show this week, Gareth Wynne Fitzpatrick suspended himself from a gallery ceiling and set forth on weaving an enormous birds nest, entitled We’ve a man nest. Say what you will about the meaning or purpose, but the man has some patience. (thnx, nate!)

 

 



Design

New Hand-Cut Typography from Bianca Chang

June 8, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Sydney-based designer and paper artist Bianca Chang (previously) creates beautifully complex typographic sculptures by sequentially cutting shifting forms out of dozens if not hundreds of sheets of paper. Once stacked, the three dimensional letterforms are born. She recently recorded this great stop motion piece for Sydney’s A4 Paper Festival. I’m really excited to see her work progressing and can’t wait to see where it leads her. (via picked by six)

 

 



Art Photography

Lucas Simões

May 13, 2011

Christopher Jobson

New work from artist/architect Lucas Simões out of São Paulo, Brazil who creates these bizarrely wonderful portraits using 10 layers of cut-out photographs.

 

 



Art

The segmented sculpture of Robbie Rowlands

April 18, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Melbourne-based artist Robbie Rowlands creates these mind-bending segmented sculptures and installations from everyday objects and places. Enormous strips of floorboards are peeled up from abandoned buildings and street signs are sliced into rusty, serpentine artworks. Lovely. (via booooooom)

 

 



Art

Pablo Lehmann

April 12, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Argentine artist Pablo Lehmann cuts shapes and text from large sheets of paper and synthetic cloth, often using the sheets to create three-dimensional installations resembling furniture. Beautifully eviscerated books.