Darryl Cox successfully blends tree branches he finds in Central Oregon with vintage frames. He says each project requires some sculpting, painting and woodworking. “As much as I embrace convention in art, and I certainly do, my Fusion Frame art fulfills the part of me that says “no” to convention. That it is not only okay to be avant-garde, it is right. I like to embrace alternatives to an accepted order in art. To even, at times, completely ignore conventions when fashioning a piece and enjoy the unbounded ability to create by refusing to be limited by precept, artistically speaking.”
Captain Heartless is obsessed with finding thrown out, junk appliances and electronics which he uses to construct his robots. Most of the robots’ bodies are made of old broken motors such as from vacuum cleaners. Captain Heartless takes apart the objects he finds and builds lamps by completely renewing their electrical circuits. Lately, he has been experimenting with integrating moving parts to his robots.
Polish designer, Paweł Kadysz, photographs Darth Vader doing regular day-to-day activities. The dark lord seems pretty similar to us when it comes to his everyday life.
Oskar & Gaspar, a projection mapping design firm from Portugal, just released an incredible video of tattoos coming to life. Real, existing tattoos were used as inspiration to animate these psychedelic tattoos; which then spread out and hijack their subjects.
Herman Kuijer installs colored lights inside two tunnels in Zutphen, Netherlands. The Dutch designer combines art and architecture harmoniously with his light installations.
The photographers of Airpano bring to you a breathtaking panoramic tour around the world. These Russian photographers travel to some of the world’s most striking destinations and take astonishing photographs from a bird’s-eye view.
Fashion designer Ece Özalp and Bİ’ŞEYLER, super talented young artists from Istanbul, have collaborated on a project which blends projection mapping techniques and a futuristic fashion sense so seamlessly that it definitely portrays a unique “perception”.