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Wilting Flowers Elegantly Sculpted in Glass by Lilla Tabasso Are Suspended in States of Decay | Colossal

SEPTEMBER 16, 2021. GRACE EBERT All images by Roberto Marossi, courtesy of Caterina Tognon Art Gallery   Artist Lilla Tabasso (previously) traps bouquets and tufts of grass at their most precarious stages of life. From her studio in Milan, she … Continue reading

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Eddie Putera | Daily Art Viral

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Mammoth Straw Creatures Populate Japanese Farmland in the Annual Wara Art Festival

SEPTEMBER 13, 2021. GRACE EBERT If you visit Japan’s Niigata Prefecture during the region’s annual rice harvest, you’re likely to find enormous tarantulas, eagles, and dinosaur-like creatures stalking the bucolic landscape. The towering sculptures are part of the Wara Art … Continue reading

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Why Gluggle Jugs Are So Weird

[…] The Gluggle Jug, or Glug Glug Jug has a really interesting mechanism. And it took way longer to work out how it works than I thought it would. You can also discuss this video on REDDIT: https://stvmld.com/wm_wtfek Mark Rober’s … Continue reading

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Elaborately Constructed Figures by ‘People Too’ Create a Cast of Quintessential Characters in Paper | Colossal

SEPTEMBER 9, 2021. GRACE EBERT “Nitro.” All images © People Too If you ran into Nitro, Lotto, Sully, or the rest of their troupe on the street, it’d be easy enough to imagine their respective personalities and lifestyles: Nitro is the … Continue reading

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Nondescript Human Heads Appear Burned into Large-Scale Matches by Wolfgang Stiller | Colossal

SEPTEMBER 8, 2021   GRACE EBERT Group of five Matchstickmen (2019), wood, polyurethane, paint, each 155 centimeters. All images © Wolfgang Stiller Often propped up in a row or symbolically arranged, the ongoing series of charred matches by Wolfgang Stiller are … Continue reading

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Innumerable Metal Leaves and Flowers Cloak Intricately Sculpted Animals by Taiichiro Yoshida | Colossal

“The Dog in the Night Fog” Japanese artist Taiichiro Yoshida (previously) continues his surveys into the possibilities of metalsmithing with a new series of elaborately layered sculptures. Spending between two and six months on each work, Yoshida meticulously molds copper, … Continue reading

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Coral and Plant Life Consume Discarded Objects in Post-Apocalyptic Sculptures by Stéphanie Kilgast

SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 GRACE EBERT “Coral Royal” (2019), epoxy clay, acrylics on tin can, 14 x 15 x 11 centimeters. All images © Stéphanie Kilgast, Artist Stéphanie Kilgast (previously) envisions a vibrant, post-apocalyptic world overgrown with coral, fungi, and lush … Continue reading

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“We made it to the finish line together!” | Lito Leaf Art

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Expressive Portraits Made as Scrap-Metal Mosaics Question Societal Notions of Value | Colossal

JULY 19, 2021 GRACE EBERT All images © Matt Small At the heart of Matt Small’s practice is the idea that “there’s always potential within everything.” The British artist gravitates toward an overarching theme of disregard in both subject matter and … Continue reading

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