Installations by Megan Geckler remind me of similar ones I’ve seen using masking tape. Megan’s have a more sculptural quality and use flagging tape, which is basically plastic ribbon that construction workers use to mark out space. I can only imagine how spectacular something like this would be times ten in scale. I’m thinking like… Read more »
I love it when my friends impress the hell out of me with their awesome work. In this particular case, it’s a project is en pointe from top-to-bottom. Ten empty storefronts in Wicker Park/Bucktown now have artist inhabitants for the next four months thanks to Make Believe, Firebelly Design, and Pivotal Promotions. Not only have… Read more »
I haven’t the slightest idea how these sculptures are constructed, but they are just breathtaking. Such a surprising way to use paper! By Mia Liu. Via Tokyo Blues.
These sand patterns by Elvira Wersche are just amazing. See more here. Via Jokemijn.
Wow, this is one multi-talented artist. From objects, paperworks, to installations, Heike Weber’s work translates well to all of them. I especially like the circular rugs paired with the illustrated wall coverings. So beautiful! Source.