inside reverie of a girl who will always be in love with life.
by Yellena James
So gorgeous that it makes me instantly feel happy.
Works by Eben Goff
Title: Dr. Seuss
Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple
Daydream | Tomomi Sayuda
The lighting series “Daydream” is made of Japanese hand woven paper. Colourful organic shaped sculptures are inspired by blooming flowers in spring.
Simon Evans’ delicate text-based works are collaged and assembled from prosaic materials including found paper, scotch tape, pencil shavings, colored pencil and white out. They describe a world poised between two poles of earnestness and irony. With his anxieties laid bare and his wry brand of melancholy, Evans presents us with a veritable laundry list of drawings that take the form of diagrams, charts, maps, lexicons, diary entries, inventories, cosmologies and epistolary entreaties that plunge the viewer into alternate states of pathos and hope.
Ink+Water by Alberto Seveso
The unending amends we’ve made (imperishable wreath), 2010 | Lauren Clay
Acrylic on cut paper,papier-mâché, wire, wood
The combination of the images and block words make this one a win
Human Collages by Matt Wisniewski
The Snow | Tokujin Yoshioka
The Snow is a 15-meter-wide dynamic installation. Seeing the hundreds kilograms of light feather blown all over and falling down slowly, the memory of the snowscape would lie within people’s heart would be bubbled up.
Tokuin Yoshioka is one of my favourite designer, the things he create always look so ethereal.
“In recent years, I have been studying the essence that human beings would sense. It is neither arranging nor minimizing the forms, but integrating the phenomena and the low of the nature into the design, and see how it would affect and inspire ourselves. Because I believe there is a hint for the future somewhere in-between the essence of the design and the nature, I would like to pursue designing works with this aspect.”
The miners’ daily cleansing in the former bath house after the shift is what the Soap Opera is about. The transformation of the former colliery into a cultural location evokes a cleaning process. In the real mine, the underground part of the world remains inaccessible, experienced only as an idea. Outside, a luminous mist of bubbles floats between the old bath house, the shaft tower and the grove of birch trees. The visitors immerse themselves into the froth and reach interior foam spaces, from which they have singular views of the shaft tower and surrounding buildings .
The dense foam is illuminated from within. It is made of transparent, oversized latex balloons, some filled with helium and some with air.
The Lion’s Laugh | Lizzy Stewart, Illustrator, London