background preloader

Les robes géographiques

Les robes géographiques
“Le Voyage dans les Entrailles”, Voyage of Sir Francis DrakeAtlantic Ocean map, rep. 1585Signed and sealed E.L. Elisabeth Lecourt, 2012 841 x 594 x 30 mm, price on request “Pierre Verte, Rubis Rouge”, Voyage of Sir Francis Drake SaintAugustine map rep. 1585Signed and sealed E.L. Elisabeth Lecourt, 2012 841 x 594 x 30 mm, price on request “Le Poisson d’Argent Volant”, Voyage of Sir Francis Drake Santo Domingo map, rep. 1585Signed and sealed E.L Elisabeth Lecourt, 2012 841 x 594 x 30 mm, price on request “Le Far West ZigZag”, Bacon’s Shilling War mapSigned and sealed E.L Elisabeth Lecourt, 2012 841 x 594 x 30 mm, price on request “L’Aventure Peter Pan”, Voyage of Sir Francis Drake Cartagena Columbia map rep. 1585Signed and sealed E.L Elisabeth Lecourt, 2012 841 x 594 x 30 mm, price on request “Coquille de Noix et Allumette”, Bird Eye View of San Francisco rep. 1846 Signed and sealed E.L. “Le Tableau Noir et la Cloche”, panoramic map of New York City rep.1851Signed and sealed E.L. Related:  A-> M

Paper Scultpure Découverte de l’artiste Jeff Nishinaka, originaire de Los Angeles et spécialisé dans de très nombreuses sculptures en papier. Ces oeuvres et compositions alternent jeux de lumière et jeux de relief afin d’apporter de la poésie. Plus de visuels dans la suite de l’article. Kenn Munk People Too Le collectif russe People Too (Alexei Lyapunov et Lena Ehrlich) a imaginé ces mises en scènes originales en « Paper Art » : des dizaines d’heures sur des papiers de couleurs. L’ensemble est à découvrir sur leur portfolio ou à travers cette sélection dans la suite de l’article.

SILJA GOETZ Fuckopalypse Papers Voici sur Fubiz, une nouvelle création du collectif russe People Too. Maîtrisant à merveille le « Paper Art », Alexei Lyapunov et Lena Ehrlich ont réalisé ces visuels pour le mois de janvier du calendrier 2012 intitulé Fuckopalypse. Plus d’images disponible dans la suite de l’article. Yulia Brodskaya Yulia Brodskaya (born in 1983, Moscow) is an artist and illustrator known for her handmade elegant and detailed paper illustrations. Originally from Russia (Moscow), she is now based in the UK. In 2004 Yulia moved from Moscow to UK where she continued her education in art, at the University of Hertfordshire, graduating with a Master of Art in Graphics Communication degree in 2006. Prior to moving to the UK, Yulia Brodskaya became interested in diverse creative practices, ranging from Textile Painting, Origami and Collage, to more traditional Fine Art practices. Soon after her arrival to the UK, Brodskaya started working as freelance graphic designer, while studying for the Masters degree in Graphic communication, but she very quickly switched to the illustration field. However, the graphic design background has an influence on her art work as most of the pieces have a strong typographic focus: (Computer Arts projects issue 133, p87). Yulia Brodskaya Website Her work has been featured in:

Background Artworks L’artiste péruvienne Cecilia Paredes créent des performances photographiques proches de celles du créatif Liu Bolin. En se camouflant avec de la peinture, celle-ci parvient à disparaitre du cliché pour se cliché dans son décor. Plus de visuels dans la suite. Lee Bovey paper light just beautiful ... and magic quand la lumière traverse le papier... magique xôxô Dan Hoopert Quilled Paper Alphabet by Dan Hoopert 19 year old Uk-based graphic designer Dan Hoopert has crafted an intricate 3D alphabet series out of swirled quilled tendrils of paper as a personal project. The ornate detail in each of the letters is absolutely remarkable! For creation of typography in the realm of paper, this definitely sets itself apart from the rest. One can only imagine the amount of hours it took to produce this piece. Snake-like Paper Sculpture Made From Thousands Of Lips You may remember the Swarm Pinned Skin Collage by David Adey comprised of thousands of clippings of various complexions from fashion magazines. Accumulation Paper Cut Sculptures Talented artist Christine Kim has delighted us in the past with her illustrations, which showcased the use of penciled collaged figures, incorporated with watercolor backdrops and paper cut imagery to produce beautiful motifs. Hermes Atlantis Paper Craft Window Display Origami Bench by blackLAB Architects

Mia Pearlman - Cloudscapes MAELSTROM is a giant multilevel mobile, 12 feet in diameter and 11 feet high, with 6 independently rotating (360°) layers of cut paper. An upside-down whirlpool, it echoes both the East River currents and the cloud formations visible through the windows. MAELSTROM utilizes the actual internal weather system of Smack Mellon to generate its movement, air currents produced by the rotation of four ceiling fans and hot air blown by the heating system. On a deeper level, this work evokes the inevitable reminder of the nearby skyline: 9/11. Unknown forces, much bigger than us, beyond our control. SITE 92 >> Phase II January 12 - February 24th, 2008 Smack Mellon 92 Plymouth Street @ Washington Dumbo, Brooklyn For more info: Smack Mellon ARTFORUM Critic's Pick Watch a video about Site 92

Peter Callesen Recycled Paper Craft Among the Best Designs at Origin Exhibition in London... The Origin Contemporary Craft Fair showcased the height of the modern craft movement at the London Design Festival this week, and Inhabitat was on the scene to bring you the best pieces from this year's show. Set in the middle of the famous Old Spittlefields Market, Origin is brimming with cool designs constructed from recycled materials and artisan products. The marketplace is particularly awash with fine art pieces of animal-inspired crafts, sculptures constructed from paper, and items exhibiting organic forms. Ella Robinson sources materials washed up from the sea to create vibrant mixed artworks textiles. Abigail Brown has created a magical batch of lifelike birds from fabric and traditional hand sewing techniques. Using old maps as her canvas, Claire Brewster makes intricate pieces of art that take the form of birds and flowers.

Related: