Roadkill shadow art by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Thursday 5 September 2013

We’re pretty big fans of shadow art. We also appreciate artists who create beauty from unexpected materials. This amazing sculpture by Tim Noble and Sue Webster is made from 34 taxidermy animals (6 rats, 1 mink, 8 carrion crows, 8 rooks, 11 jackdaws, to be exact).

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Los Carpinteros: an art collective from Havana

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Friday 30 August 2013

The easiest way to describe the work of the art collective Los Carpinteros is ‘deform to form in order to perform’. Sometimes you have to disassemble your projects and objects into their individual components to see what they’re really made of. After having established that, it’s way easier to enhance the deformed project/object and to […]

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Geometric 3D-printed sugar sculptures

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Thursday 29 August 2013

Liz and Kyle von Hasseln, who started the Sugar Lab when they were both students in architecture school, made these meticulously 3D-printed sugar sculptures out of a mixture of water and alcohol through a process that dampens and hardens the sugar substrate simultaneously.So, yes. Sugar. Wow.

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Larger-than-life furniture so oversized, you’ll need to climb on them

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Wednesday 28 August 2013

All right, we think we’ve found just the place to get all our furniture from. The only problem is, we’ll need a bigger place. We’ll also need one of these magic ‘Drink Me’ potions so we can grow ten times bigger to at least get our butt on the darned chair. Robert Therrien is the […]

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Colourful art by Katya Grokhovsky

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By Ryan Leitner in New Art on Tuesday 27 August 2013

Katya Grokhovsky is an artist who works across many fields, including performance, video, installation, photography, sculpture, drawing and painting. I’ve known this artist since she moved to New York City, and has since been all over the map. With her performances and paintings mostly based around her being a woman, my favourite piece was when […]

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KAWS goes larger than life

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Wednesday 24 July 2013

No, it’s not the resurrection of Pinocchio. These wooden companions are part of the GISWIL exhibition and a creation of American artist and sculptor, KAWS. The New York-based artist began his career as a graffiti artist and later specialized in limited edition toys and clothing.

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This cube is made from an entire amusement park

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Thursday 18 July 2013

Wow, James Dive of The Glue Society somehow managed to crush a recently demolished amusement park into a compact 4m x 4m cube.

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Intricately contoured jewellery from wood and cork

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By Low Lai Chow in New Fashion on Thursday 18 July 2013

Brit designer-artist Anthony Roussel, who usually deals with sculptural works, crafted these amazing contoured and layered bracelets and rings out of birch, cork and maple. These are so beautiful.

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Incredible handmade carpets by Faig Ahmed

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Wednesday 10 July 2013

Faig Ahmed is a mixed-media artist based in Azerbaijan who creates incredible handmade carpets that are not exactly your typical floor rug. He takes the design of a traditional Azerbaijani rug and distorts, rearranges, and reinterprets them in his own way. Ahmed says of his work, ‘The carpet is a symbol of invincible tradition of […]

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Playful art by Mehmet Ali Uysal

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Wednesday 26 June 2013

There are so many ordinary things you’re surrounded by every day, that you don’t even notice them any more. But as soon as Mehmet Ali Uysal gets his hands on them, suddenly they appear interesting and new. The trick the Turkish artist uses is simple but very effective: taking common things and putting them into […]

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Alicia Beck’s sprinkle stool

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By Alicia Beck in New Art on Friday 21 June 2013

Los Angeles native and artist, Alicia Beck, likes to create objects that inspire playful interactions between them and the user. Her Sprinkle Stool is just another example of the innocent fun and nostalgia she evokes in her work. It is a sculptural piece as well as functional. You can see more of her work here.

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Bodybuilding with random stuff

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By Low Lai Chow in New Photography on Thursday 20 June 2013

Body Builder is a collaborative photo series between Dalston-based photographer Jess Bonham and set designer Anna Lomax. Here, the human body serves as a starting point upon which other materials and objects heaped on to form new bodies. The results are totally off-kilter and fun.

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Memory Balloon Lights by John Moncrieff

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Friday 14 June 2013

We like balloons. We like lights. Naturally we like these Memory Balloon lights by John Moncrieff. Designed by Boris Klimek, these are meant to evoke happy childhood memories. These also remind us of the glowing balloons by Kouichi Okamoto, with a key difference: no actual balloons are used in Klimek’s version. All you need to […]

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Delicate paperscapes by Joris Kuipers

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Thursday 13 June 2013

Formally trained as a painter, Joris Kuipers dresses up blank spaces with layers of picture planes that tumble into and away from each other, like delicate, flighty mobile sculptures. Are they marvelous? Well, yes they are.

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Art made from cream cheese, mascarpone and butter

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By Angela Sofo in New Art on Wednesday 12 June 2013

Jim Victor and his wife Marie Pelton are a creative duo who work together on a number of impressive cream cheese, mascarpone and butter-based projects. The couple create brilliant sculptures by using clay modeling tools that they make from wood to model the butter. They also work with chocolate, fruits and vegetables to realize three-dimensional […]

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