New Surreal Collages by Eugenia Loli

Collage artist Eugenia Loli  is not unknown on Design Stories. Her works have popped up all over the place from Wired Magazine, New Scientist, and a recent series of 5 collages for Cosmopolitan out next month (she also made the collage that appears atop this very publication). The nurse-turned-programmer-turned-journalist-turned-artist first began exploring digital collages in 2013 by scanning images from old vintage magazines and science textbooks that she assembled in Photoshop and shared Read more […]

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Wire Animal Sculptures that Look Like Scribbled Pencil Drawings by David Oliveira

Artist David Oliveira works with wire in an unconventional way by cutting and twisting the material into sculptures that could be mistaken for 2D sketches. Despite the apparent difficulty of shaping wire into a recognizable form, Oliveira manages to achieve uncanny proportions of his animal subjects in this series of sculptures from 2014. Viewed from one angle the pieces could be mistaken for a chaotic jumble, but a shift in perspective reveals the squinting eyes of lions, or the spread wings Read more […]

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Janusz Herb, wins Judgment Day Award 2015

Janusz Jurek is a 3D digital artist based out of Ostrow Wielkopolski, Poland who renders and constructs mind-altering portaits. – It is for me a very great reward because this decided by a vote graphic artists, designers, designers and advertising agencies, which also presented their work there – says Janusz Jurek. Check out the artitst’s work     Read more […]

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Björk in MOMA

Björk in MOMA Icelandic alternative recording artist Björk is getting her very own retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, starting this spring. The self-titled exhibition will be a look at the singer’s twenty-plus years in the music world, using everything from her recordings to experimental video, costumes, and the instruments she has used on her many records. In fact, according to the museum’s website, various odd instruments used on her album Biophilia—including Read more […]

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Interview with artist Olafur Eliasson on Design Boom

Interview with artist olafur eliasson on Design Boom Since the founding of his studio in 1995, olafur eliasson has engaged audiences across the globe with an extensive and important body of work spanning sculpture, painting, photography, film, and installation. the danish/icelandic artist has set his monumental projects both in and around civic space and within museum institutions, each embodying his interests in perception, movement, experience, and feelings of self. His urban artworks like Read more […]

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