Matylda Konecka is an artist from Wrocław, Poland. She graduated from Landscape Architecture at the Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, and has been awarded prizes in several major competitions, while also having a number of individual and group exhibitions throughout Europe.
By Hilora Johns in New Art on Wednesday 8 July 2015
Have you ever wondered how many post-it notes are needed to cover an entire room? YouTuber Ernest Goujon did!
‘A Common Thread’ is an exhibition of embroidered portraits by Sarah-Anne Kennedy depicting women’s traditional style and costume from all around the globe. From Japan to Finland, Ireland to Nepal this intricate handwork celebrates the strength and beauty of femininity – from the primitive to the sophisticated.
The Winton Wetlands is one place that is starting to get known throughout Australia. Located on the eastern edge of the Victorian Riverina Bioregion, this 8,750-hectare wetlands welcomed a new hub recently by opening a café for tourists to spend some time before driving through the wetlands to see wildlife. Even with no water in most […]
Australia’s leading animal photographer Alex Cearns has just released a never before seen photo series titled ‘Zen Dogs’. The photo series is a joyful and uplifting series of pooch portraits showing each dog in a Zen-like pose, relaxed and happy, with their eyes blissfully closed.
Susanna Majuri, a Helsinki-based photographer, shoots her subjects at the bottom of a pool to create a dream-world that incites the mind. The background of her images is made of waxed canvas depicting beautiful scenes from nature.
David Thomas is a New Zealand-born dairy farmer who 26 years ago became a Melbourne-based cab driver. Throughout Thomas’s career of driving taxis, he has battled health issues, homelessness and ongoing pressures from the authorities.
The P-wheel is a retractable potty training target for your son, boyfriend, husband, roommate, or friend. It automatically lowers when the seat is raised and raises when the seat is lowered. The P-wheel not only encourages the guys in your life to get it in the toilet, but also reminds them to lift the seat.
By Ry Padarath in New Eco on Tuesday 23 June 2015
In their relatively short life spans, it’s fair to say that drones have attracted a pretty negative reputation. At the milder end of the spectrum, they are annoying disturbances to our privacy that could singlehandedly lead to the death of topless sunbaking and nude beaches. At the other end of the scale, the Reaper and Predator drones used by the US military rain death from sky and often result in terrible consequences for innocent civilians in the same area as their targets.
This project called TypoSpective is a collection of daily-used words designed in minimalistic and expressive forms. It gives words a space to perform and to interact with the audience, while avoiding visual distractions and complications.
Sculpture is a form of art that shows what can be physically done with our ideas about the world. They can leaves us in awe or disgust, given us something to hold on to when we’re lost, caught into the threads of our busy mind.
Meet the Artistic Chicks. An idea by Irish artist Paul Broughall. The concept is that five little yellow fluffy chicks paint celebrities as chicks. Each portrait features a celebrity with yellow skin and a beak as a mouth, placed on a tiny easel.
Much like cancer, a viral idea can really spread when it’s left to its own devices. And that was the plan with this incognito message for testicular cancer, aimed at young Aussie men in the vulnerable age group of 20-39. With 70% of them watching adult movies online, it was the perfect time to reach them: when they already had their pants down.