A chicken sculpture made entirely by egg shells by British designer Kyle Bean.
Kyle Bean is a designer specialising in hand crafted models, set design and art direction. Since graduating in 2009, Kyle has worked for a variety of international clients for a diverse range of projects including installations, window displays, editorial illustration and advertising. Kyle’s work has been recognised by the prestigious Art Directors Club in New York and the International Design Biennial held throughout Europe. His work has been featured in a range of international art and design publications, praising him for both his conceptual thinking and craftsmanship. Kyle splits his time between working from his studio by the sea in Brighton and London where he often collaborates with photographers and directors. Kyle is represented by Blinkart.
A little book creature call the last chapter was created by Spanish artist Sandra Arteaga .
Once upon a time, like so many other ones, but in this case, my turn, I go by where an outbreak of a stomach divided into two as the red velvet curtains and a music hall, the show must have been horrific, almost died asphyxiated amid cries that seemed boos, foreign substances released by a nervous public and applause, whether applause, but in the ass … I survived, I staggered to the post of raffles, tombola and the names, I touched Sandra. The rest is a sum.
stencil on stencil by Orticanoodles, the pseudonym for two Italian artists, a very active and tight-knit duo, composed by Wally and Alita. Both in love of the stencil technique, they began to create drawings and handmade posters, quickly making themselves known into the street art world.
Designer Garth Britzman of Lincoln, Nebraska used recycled bottles filled with colored water to create stunning topographical shade canopy for a vehicle. I love how the natural shape of the plastic bottles makes the pooled water look like leaves.
Film by Eric Minh Swenson. Music by James Lucchesi
Lora Schlesinger Gallery presents Peter Shire’s Cups, 1974 – 2012 featuring a body of work focused on more than 30 years of ceramic cups, that have never before been exhibited. The show is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. It opens Saturday, April 21 from 5 – 7 pm and is on view through June 9, 2012.
Peter Shire is recognized for being an innovative and unclassifiable artist. Since the 1970′s Peter Shire has been at an intersection where craft, fine art, architectural and industrial design collide. He is not a “traditional” ceramist and his ceramics push the boundaries and preconceived notions of clay. For nearly four decades Peter Shire has made a collection of teapots, cups and other functional items typically found in domestic settings with atypical designs. The works have challenged ideas of form versus function, and have become sculptural objects occupying domestic settings.
Swiss born Roger Reutimann’s representational sculptures serve as commentary and critique of contemporary social life. Human behavior serves as a constant inspiration, using the human form as a starting point with a futuristic and sometimes apocalyptic bend.