Material Lust expands their collection of sculptural objects that pay homage to Pagan and Alchemical symbols.
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Yasuaki Onishi combines wire, glue, and crystallized urea to create an exhibit highlighting emptiness.
Since summer is practically here, we look at new ways to experience outdoor “picnic” adventures.
A beautiful and quiet homage to Bernhardt's 125th year in business.
Life-sized ceramic sculptures that are like 3D drawings.
A chair that acts as a metaphor for the lightness/heaviness paradox in the lightness of being.
A sculptural work that's purposefully ambiguous so the user can use their creativity to make it their own.
A collaboration leads to a collection of aluminum salvers made via digital techniques.
A series of sculptural pieces that are based on the act of inhabiting.
A lamp that brings the New Year's tradition of worshipping at sunrise to daily life.
Rodger Stevens reimagines everyday architecture, from fire hydrants to manholes, through sculpture.
Benjamin Nordsmark challenged himself creatively and technically to create four fascinating sculptural chairs.
Magnetic wall panels that let you manipulate metal mesh around into an ever-changing art gallery.
Sculpture-video hybrids from artist Jim Campbell, who uses cutting-edge technology to produce low-resolution works.
Two-dimensional paper "blocks" let you create three-dimensional objects that will trick your eyes.
A project that takes discarded items and redesigns them as a response to the notion of scarcity.