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Kim Byoungho: Soft Crash

Another beautiful sound sculpture by Kim Byoungho.

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Julia Dault: Lucky 13 (Gold and White)

Julia Dault: Lucky 13 (Gold and White)

Lucky 13 (Gold and White), 2010.
Plexiglas, Formica, Everlast boxing wraps, and string.

By Julia Dault.

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Robert McGinnis: James Coburn

Another cracking illustration by Robert McGinnis.

Via x-ray delta one.

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Byoung Ho Kim

Byoung Ho Kim

Artist Byoung Ho Kim  (Kim Byoungho) integrates piezo disks and arduino boards with minimal forms in aluminium and brass, to create sleek sound sculptures that tread the line between product and art object.

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Kenton Nelson

Kenton Nelson

Loving the stylised works of Kenton Nelson.

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Objects of Empathy

Objects of Empathy

Objects of Empathy

Objects of Empathy, by Miya Kondo, proposes “conceptual and aesthetic forms for everyday rituals with gesture, posture, handling and materiality. Ambiguous forms invite engagement and interaction creating a personal relationship to the object, and thus defining the functionality of the object. These objects with no clearly defined function and with seemingly ambiguous meaning invite personal and subjective interpretation and reflection thereby giving them their symbolic value.”

“Functioning is not merely the function of things, but also their mystery.”
-Jean Baudrillard

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Judy Fox: Octopus

Octopus by Judy Fox, sculpted in terra cotta, cast in poly resin and painted with casein paint.

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Linnea Strid: Tear me apart

Tear me Apart, painted by Linnea Strid in oil on plywood.

Via aGiantGirl.

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Minimal Flower

Minimal Flower by John M. Sullivan.

“My art is an outgrowth of my work as a mathematician. My research studies curves and surfaces whose shape is determined by optimization principles or minimization of energy. A classical example is a soap bubble which is round because it minimizes its area while enclosing a fixed volume. Like most research mathematicians, I find beauty in the elegant structure of mathematical proofs, and I feel that this elegance is discovered, not invented, by humans.”

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Coke bottle sphere

British Rail ticket sphere

Nick Sayers makes geodesic sculptures from recycled, reused and repurposed materials.

Shown here :

Sphere of 60 plastic Coke bottles, slotted and held together without glue by 180 hand-cut elliptical locking slots.

Sphere of 120 British Rail train tickets slotted together and held in place by their own tension.

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