Maree Horner’s Furniture of the World

Contributions Reader Find

By Florian Habicht in New Design on Friday 28 January 2011

New Zealand designer Maree Horner likes to drop old donkeys into children’s swimming pools to trigger her subconscious process. In Furniture of the World, a human belly appears from inside a bucket; others rest in a suitcase, a box or bin. Her images are like modern Rubik cubes of male and female genitalia.

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Used Bandaid

Jo Spurling Reader Find

By Jo Spurling in New Art on Wednesday 27 August 2008

Yes, the name may be a little strange, and sure, it does tend to conjure up images of things not so pretty, but there’s little doubt that the ethereal art of this strange harlequin is beautiful and captivating. The art of Used Bandaid has even been embraced by New Zealand based company Illicit, who are […]

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