Comfort and Hope.
A passionate classical painter from Spain who has been using walls as his canvas,
“Tradition is something that is passed down through the generations and ties people together.
Consistent in enhancing the existence value of plants by finding the most mysterious shape, converting it to an artistic level and expressing it.
It is now 75 years since an atomic was dropped in Nagasaki, Japan on August 9th, 1945.
“Insects have always been symbolic for me,”
“I wish to continue exploring the world to discover new flowers with my own eyes.
“The spaces I want to be in are nurturing and soft and saturated with color. Our cities don’t have enough of that, and as humans we need it,” said American artist based in Brooklyn, Massachusetts, Janet Echelman. Janet Echelman has been sculpting with engineered fibre fifteen times stronger than steel at the scale of buildings and city blocks since 1996. Echelman’s art transforms with wind and light, and shifts from being “an object you look at, into an experience you can get lost in.” After her ten years of painting career ended, she decided to do giant sculpture with fishnet. Her first collaboration was with fishermen in Mahabalipuram, India – built a jellyfish-like self-portrait out of fishnet, called “The Wide Hips.” The next collaboration, together with fishermen again, they tied a million and a half knots, and installed it in Madrid, Spain – and noticed by thousands which lead her way to her first permanent sculpture, “She Changes” in Porto, Portugal and then around the world. Using unlikely materials from atomized water particles to engineered fiber …
A digital surreal paintings born from the creepy innocence.
The beauty of beauty, humanity, and diversity.
Paintings that celebrate an honest colours and stories.
Gold patterns in the seamless glass layers.
Studio Drift was founded by Dutch artists Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta in 2007. The latest project of Studio Drift was the Franchise Freedom with performative red heart light dedicated to healthcare workers.
Daehyun Kim, a Seoul base illustration artist expressed his creativity with his well-known black and white “Moonassi”
Kyoto Marble workshop (dye company for silk and polyester) is run by the Nose family in Kyoto, Japan for decades.
Trish Andersen is a textile artist from Dalton, Georgia – a carpet city of the world.
Ficre Ghebreyesus (1962 – 2012), an artistic chef in New Haven, Connecticut who hid his 700 paintings.
Wang & Söderström is a Copenhagen based creative studio with a focus on digital explorations, production and art direction. Explore more in http://www.wangsoderstrom.com and their Instagram pages – wangsoderstrom and annyversary
Yayoi Kusama, a Japanese artist who believes in polka dots and their reflections. The Infinity Room Exhibition has just started at The Hirshhorn, Washington D.C., United States through 4 May 2017.
Japanese sculptor Yuta Nishiura is soon holding an exhibition from 14/02 to 14/05 2017 in Inokashira Zoo Sculpture Hall, Tokyo. Go to http://www.yutanishiura.com and his Instagram page – yutanishiura for more info.
Pigment Tokyo has over 4200 color pigments and good quality painting tools that have been passed down for generations in Japan and Asia. Look further in http://www.pigment.tokyo
Kazunari Yamada makes incredible shapes of objects with wires. For his next exhibition visit www,lucydesign.main.jp