This plant jewelry is made from real grass, moss and natural wood. These custom, natural plant pieces of jewelry have been meticulously hand crafted in the finest detail. The grass and the moss are all natural and have been dried and preserved for a very long life. You will not need to water or maintain them in any way. The wood has been stained with an all-natural and non-toxic water based stain. A final finish of pure organic extra virgin coconut or olive oil has been rubbed onto the pieces.
Spraying Bricks explores beneath the surface of artistic creation. For every piece of art tells a story. Art is not just reliant on the superficial final piece, however the process, thought and meaning which creatives go through prior to the final artform.
Huge mounds of colorful dirt cover the floor and spill out of the space in Katharina Grosse’s new installation called “wunderblock”. She doesn’t limit her painting to the traditional proportions of a canvas – she uses a spray paint gun to establish her work within interior walls and floors or on building exteriors.
“Well, I have been poking around for a while hoping to make people aware of color and shape, and of non-existing space. In Joint I transformed a little area into something new and unexpected, joking around with color and shape while not knowing where it would lead – just having fun, and working through ways that would perhaps mislead the audience.”
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog
Great shots of Alicia Savage. The photographer from Boston is most like herself in the scenes in a wonderfully imaginative and creative way. Her beauty can be found in other things than her face, leaving behind a path of curiosity.
James McNabb is a Philadelphia-based artist specializing in woodwork. Together with his wife Stephanie and dog Buster, they are McNabb & Co., a design studio dedicated to developing heirloom quality products. In McNabb’s latest project, entitled City Series, the sculptures depict the outsider’s perspective of the urban landscape. Made entirely of scrap wood, this work is an interpretation of making something out of nothing. Each piece is cut intuitively on a band saw. The result is a collection of architectural forms, each distinctly different from the next.
Roxana Enache finished last year Interior Architecture Faculty at the University of Architecture and Urbanism “Ion Mincu”, Bucharest and is passionate about photography. It all started 6 years ago with urban situations, then began working with models and collaborate with different agencies. Her photographs have appeared recently on Photo Vogue Italia and collaborated with many of Romanian designers. Bold composition of fashion and urban framework, puts her photos somewhere on the borderline between fantasy and real.
Florin Dobre was able to present the collection to Behague Palace in Paris, with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of Romania. His creations have attracted the attention of many Parisian fashion professionals, who were very pleased with the performance of the designer and want to see more in the future.
MANIFEST – statement or form of communication through which the head of state, government, political party, an artist, etc.. publicly disclose their program decisions, concepts etc. C215, real name Christian Guémy is a street-artist originally from France, urban art considered by consumers as “France’s answer to Bansky’s art.”
Today we present a stippling artist. To elaborate a little, stippling is the process of creating images by joining several points of different sizes obtained by the force that is exerted on the tool. Miguel used this technique to create his “Hero”, a work dedicated to his father. Execution time was 210 hours and the number of points is impressive: 3200000.