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wgsn:

Congratulations to #ITS_2012 Accessories winner and LCF MA graduate Ana Rajcevic from Belgrade.
Her collection ANIMAL: The Other Side of Evolution presents a unique visual interpretation of animal anatomy, building upon existing skeleton structures to create a series of sculptural pieces that appear as natural properties of the human body
subtilitas:

Gigon Guyer - Albers-Honegger Donation, Mouans-Sartoux 2003. Via.
softpyramid:

Yuji Hamadafrom the series Pulsar

victusinveritas:

Tracey Emin’s interview with the BBC:
Why she’s focusing on love instead of sex.

theexpressiveimpulse:

Tracey Emin, Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963-95,  1995, Destroyed in MOMART Fire
near-and-dear:

Tracey Emin
wgsn:

Computer engineer and geometric modelling specialist Jun Mitani creates these stunning origami designs using specially designed programs. Proof that one piece of paper intricately folded can be just as impressive as 3D printed forms.
[via Trend Tablet]

nycartscene:

Opens Saturday, June 30, 6-8p:

Human Nature……….Jason DeCaires Taylor

Ashes to Ashes……..Fulvio Di Piazza

Jonathan Levine Gallery, 529 W20th St., NYC

two solo exhibitions that imagine epic, apocalyptic visions. Photographer, sculptor and naturalist Jason DeCaires Taylor will be exhibiting haunting photos of his underwater sculptures in “Human Nature.” His life-like, stone figures appear sullen and haunting at a first glance, like petrified bodies preserved underwater in a sci-fi disaster video game. However, Taylor’s work speaks to the beauty of the cycle of life. Some of his sculptures have come to form parts of coral reefs, coexisting harmoniously with the ecosystem.

Fulvio Di Piazza’s show “Ashes to Ashes” features a series of paintings of a primordial Earth, where natural materials are anthropomorphized to form god-like heads. Volcanoes erupt and clouds of smoke billow to create animal and human shapes. Di Piazza’s dark, aggressive works invite us into a fantasy world that precedes civilization. - Hi•Fructose