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Security Summit by Johnson Tsang

Johnson Tsang is a sculptor based in Hong Kong who focuses on ceramics, stainless steel sculptures and public art project. Born in Hong Kong, Johnson Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques accompanied by surrealist imagination. In 2002, Johnson started to represent versatile splashes with ceramics. He created the Yuanyang series, which were then collected...
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Wilfrid Wood’s Engrossing, Hilarious Sculptures

Wilfrid Wood, the East London-based sculptor, crafts absorbing, occasionally hilarious faces and figures from paper mache, plasticine, and polymer clay. Whether it’s Mark Zuckerberg, 2016 Olympians, or less public figures, there’s both humanity and vulnerability in Wood’s work. Since the end of the satirical television show “Spitting Image,” on which Wood worked to help craft...
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One-Foot Wide Butterfly Sculptures Hand-Crafted with Gorgeous Detail

This fascinating collection of moths, butterflies, and insects is actually handmade works of art created by North Carolina-based Japanese artist Yumi Okita. The beautifully crafted sculptures are filled with amazing details and delicate patterns that are constructed from cotton, faux fur, wire, feather, fabric paints, and embroidery thread. To produce each gorgeous piece, Okita pays...
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Stencil Art That Blends Graffiti and Decay by Martin Whatson

Norwegian born artist Martin Whatson produces stencil art that lashes out at the mundane, interrupting grayscale scenes with explosions of vibrantly painted graffiti. The works often focus on a singular matte subject, one that is seemingly unaware of the bright words and marks that have surrounded their bleak environment. Whatson’s inspirations come from a variety of...
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Okuda san Miguel turns an abandoned house in Arkansas into a ‘universal chapel’

Story via Design Boom In the north west part of arkansas, okuda san miguel has transformed an abandoned house into ‘the universal chapel’, using his emblematic colors, graphics and motifs to enliven the existing structure. geometric figures and animated patterns have been painted from the floor to the roof, wrapping the disused site in a technicolor coat of...

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