Art made from found objects by Emily Eldridge

Bridget Barnett Contributor

By Bridget Barnett in New Art on Wednesday 29 February 2012

Hong Kong-based artist Emily Eldridge is probably best known for her installation projects (including with department store giant Lane Crawford) but she also makes these sweet sculptures out of found objects including dustpans, toilet brushes and stationary folders. Cute and quirky, just like the designer herself.

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Installations by Confetti System

Bridget Barnett Contributor

By Bridget Barnett in New Art on Wednesday 4 January 2012

Confetti System artists, Nicholas Andersen and Julie Ho, create installations and sets using materials such as tissue paper, cardboard and silk and have collaborated with some of the hippest brands and bands around, including Opening Ceremony and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. I spied their decorations decking out the halls of Lane Crawford department store in […]

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The whacky children toy art of Ken Kagami

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By Jane Kim in New Art on Sunday 2 October 2011

Ken Kagami creates extremely suggestive yet hilariously clever drawings, sculptures and installations from children’s toys and other kitschy miscellaneous items. I admire his ability to execute loud, in-your-face, often disgusting concepts while at the same time maintaining a childlike simplicity and lightness.

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