Şakir Gökçebağ’s ability to give new perceptive to everyday objects in his installations is simply genius.Read More
Studio Roso created this beautiful Christmas tree, commissioned by V&A. Made up of 3.3 miles of elastic cord and over 4 meters in height, this tree features a total of 1500 individual strands of cords coming together with ge0metric shapes that resembles Christmas ornaments to form a beautiful Christmas tree.Read More
Reddress is an installation/performance space designed by Company of Helsinki. This red dress consists of a concealed 1.5m staircase in the middle which the performers will climb up to, a 20m wide skirting with giant pockets that the 238 audience can climb into. Seems like a totally immersive experience if you ask me.Read More
Bruce Muro is a lighting designer and artist whose dramatic large scale installions are just spellbinding. Bruce planted over 20,000 light stems along a 1km path in Pennsylvania for his lastest solo show titled Forest of Lights.Read More
Set in the middle of the Lake Constance in Austria for the Bregenz Festival “Opera on the Lake”, this stage looks more like one of Dali’s artwork than a performance venue. Designed for “Andre Chenier” by Umberto Giordano, the figure of the head is from Jacques-Louis David’s 1793 painting, “The death of Marat”. Within the set design is also a 7-meter high golden mirror that acts as a venue for extras and stuntmen, as well as an old book held in the hand of Marat as a stage for the singers.Read More
I love these surreal shoes by Lernert & Sander!
To help celebrate the launch of their epic new Shoe Galleries, Selfridges called on us to create
11 sculptural installations that take iconic shoe design to surreal extremes.
We have taken the most mundane of household domestic appliances and comedically refashioned
them into divine creations. A humorous take on fashion as an ideal escape from the daily grind.
I love Antony Gormley and now more so. The empty Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square has held many exhibits but this, I feel, would be the most engaging yet. Called One & Other, Anthony invites you, me, anybody to participate. Fly me to London please!
“Antony Gormley, the man behind Britain’s best-loved sculpture The Angel of the North, is inviting the people of the UK to occupy the empty Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square in London. Every hour, 24 hours a day, for 100 days without a break beginning on 6th July, a different person will make the Plinth their own — an uninterrupted succession of 2400 volunteers creating a unique portrait of the UK in the 21st century.”