Category Archives: Art

Meticulously Crafted Steampunk Creatures by Igor Verny Feature Articulated Wings and Limbs

If Igor Verny’s dragonflies and birds have difficulty taking flight, they may need a few squirts of WD-40 to get their metallic wings flapping. The Russian artist (previously) assembles steampunk-inspired sculptures that are fully articulated and can be shaped into … Continue reading

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Holi art: creative process documented

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Home MuralFest: 67 Artists Simultaneously Painted Murals in Their Homes and Gardens While Quarantined

Similar to other muralists, Copenhagen-based artist Jacoba Niepoort was preparing for a busy period full of travel and public projects when COVID-19 canceled all of her plans. “I had been dreaming of methods for connecting individual, like-minded creatives who share common … Continue reading

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New Banksy artwork appears in UK hospital amid pandemic

Banksy’s latest work pays tribute to medics battling COVID-19. A new artwork by Banksy in honour of Britain’s health service has gone on display in a hospital, paying tribute to medics battling the coronavirus pandemic in the second hardest-hit country. … Continue reading

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Extra Tongues and Cheeky Grins Knit onto Humorously Grotesque Masks by Ýrúrarí Jóhannsdóttir

Although most masks hide emotions, Ýrúrarí Jóhannsdóttir’s knits permanently display fervid grins and facial contortions to those she passes on the street or stands next to in the grocery store. The Iceland-based designer has been crafting grotesque knitwear with the … Continue reading

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Sculpture Centre Exhibitions – Online – Bury Art Museum

Whilst Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre is closed, we bring to you virtually The Pothole, by Anna Reading. The Pothole Mark Tanner Sculpture Award National Touring Programme 7 March – 20 June Anna Reading’s MTSA exhibition The Pothole travels … Continue reading

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Solve Your Life Problems with These Outlandish Remedies by Artist Dana Wyse

Dana Wyse  has a cureall for, well, everything. Can’t make the bed properly? There’s a pill for that. Need to be a bestselling writer ASAP? An injection is all you need. Struggling to figure out the meaning of life? There’s … Continue reading

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Launching Flowers Into Outer Space

When it comes to flower arrangements, Japanese artist Makoto Azuma is quite literally pushing the boundaries out of this world. It all started 20 years ago, when the one-time rock musician took a part-time job at a flower shop. There … Continue reading

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This Voice Actor Can Mimic Any Animal

We are about to take you on an audio odyssey unlike any other. It’s kind of like ASMR for people who find the sounds of squealing pigs, angry squirrels and raging dinosaurs soothing. And it’s all from the mouth of … Continue reading

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Luminescent Zip-Tie Formations Are Shaped into Futuristic Organic Life by Artist Elisabeth Picard

Montreal-based artist Elisabeth Picard curls, fans, and locks together hundreds of zip-ties into tremendously formed glowing sculptures and undulating installations. The futuristic artworks merge geological and organic elements with science fiction to create abstract formations that the artist likens to “landscapes, … Continue reading

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