Posts Categorized: Sculpture

Bloodswept Lands & Seas of Red

  A simple and pitch-perfect evocation of the scale of loss and sacrifice of those who died during the First World War is demonstrated in ‘Bloodswept Lands & Seas of Red’, the public art installation by ceramicist Paul Cummins, which is on display at The Tower of London. By today, Armistice Day, November 11th, 888,246 ceramic…

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Just In Case

Just in Case on Nowness.com Last year, Dutch furniture designer Piet Hein Eek was commissioned by champagne maker Ruinart to construct a case for their distinctive bottle. In typical Piet Hein Eek fashion, he used salvaged wood to make each one, and then proceeded to create large, beautiful sculptural shapes with them, including a 6 meter wide arch…

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Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters

Maarten Kolk and Guus Kusters are designers from Eindhoven, Netherlands. They created the ‘Avifauna’ series of birds for the Italian textile firm Rubelli. They say, “Avifauna, the bird life, is a series of conserved bird species molded in textile. After having observed, analyzed and documented nature, we’ve started with Avifauna to materialize nature as we see it….

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Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptor Hiroyuki Hamada has a new exhibition opening at the  Southampton Arts Center in conjunction with the New York Foundation for the Arts, from June 26 to July 20th…