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Alice Walton Ceramics

Alice Walton Ceramics

Alice Walton will soon be graduating from Brighton University in England,  this year with a BA in Wood, Metal, Ceramics and Plastics. She h…
Veuve Clicquot’s Newest Collaborations

Veuve Clicquot’s Newest Collaborations

As a continuing evolution of its relationship with innovative design, Veuve Clicquot unveiled its latest collaboration with Brazilian design…
Kate MacDowell

Kate MacDowell

The porcelain sculptures of Kate MacDowell are part science part fantasy. The lighted heart is so beautiful. You can see the influence of he…
Primitive Abitative

Primitive Abitative

Nucleo has been asked by Alessandro Mendini and Silvia Annichiarico to be part of the Babilonia Project with a new project called “Primiti…
Colin Christian

Colin Christian

Colin Christian’s latest pieces are kind of like a creepy sci-fi movie on at 3 AM — ladies encased in what appear to be space po…
Noriko Ambe

Noriko Ambe

Noriko Ambe is a Japanese artist who specializes in large-scale papercuts. Her work is Charles Clary-esque except with more flow and movemen…
Elizabeth McGrath

Elizabeth McGrath

I discovered Los Angeles artist Elizabeth McGrath via Kitsune Noir and her disturbing and freakish circus-like sculptures and dioramas are s…
Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley

230 Fifth Avenue, home to over 200 showrooms, is one of the buildings where an Antony Gormley sculpture has been installed, forming part of …
Kate MccGuire

Kate MccGuire

Photo: Francis Ware How could you not be mesmerized, disturbed, and awed by the feather sculptures of Kate MccGuire? Check out this exclusiv…
Richard J. Evans

Richard J. Evans

Richard J. Evans has created this piece “Information Leak,” which includes laser-cut wooden letters. It was his final project wh…
Pulp: Artworks Made of Paper

Pulp: Artworks Made of Paper

Artist and curator Rachel Leibman has pulled together an impressive group of artists for Pulp: Artworks Made of Paper, which highlights the …
Scott Dworkin

Scott Dworkin

Scott Dworkin re-imagines old pieces of wood into coffee tables and other home furnishings. However, his pieces have a fun twist: hidden sto…
The Possibilities of Parts by Lotte van Wulfften Palthe

The Possibilities of Parts by Lotte van Wulfften Palthe

In this graduate project, Lotte van Wulfften Palthe utilizes both found and bought personal objects and materials to create large-scale worl…
Venske and Spänle

Venske and Spänle

I found Venske and Spänle through Art Splash. Instantly I was struggling to figure out what these bulbous sculptures were all about. They&#…
Meryl Pataky

Meryl Pataky

Meryl Pataky is a San Francisco-based artist finishing her BFA in Sculpture at the Academy of Art University.  Working with personal narrat…
Alice Walton Ceramics

Alice Walton Ceramics

Alice Walton will soon be graduating from Brighton University in England,  this year with a BA in Wood, Metal, Ceramics and Plastics. She h…
Veuve Clicquot’s Newest Collaborations

Veuve Clicquot’s Newest Collaborations

As a continuing evolution of its relationship with innovative design, Veuve Clicquot unveiled its latest collaboration with Brazilian design…
Kate MacDowell

Kate MacDowell

The porcelain sculptures of Kate MacDowell are part science part fantasy. The lighted heart is so beautiful. You can see the influence of he…
Primitive Abitative

Primitive Abitative

Nucleo has been asked by Alessandro Mendini and Silvia Annichiarico to be part of the Babilonia Project with a new project called “Primiti…
Colin Christian

Colin Christian

Colin Christian’s latest pieces are kind of like a creepy sci-fi movie on at 3 AM — ladies encased in what appear to be space po…
Noriko Ambe

Noriko Ambe

Noriko Ambe is a Japanese artist who specializes in large-scale papercuts. Her work is Charles Clary-esque except with more flow and movemen…
Elizabeth McGrath

Elizabeth McGrath

I discovered Los Angeles artist Elizabeth McGrath via Kitsune Noir and her disturbing and freakish circus-like sculptures and dioramas are s…
Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley

230 Fifth Avenue, home to over 200 showrooms, is one of the buildings where an Antony Gormley sculpture has been installed, forming part of …
Kate MccGuire

Kate MccGuire

Photo: Francis Ware How could you not be mesmerized, disturbed, and awed by the feather sculptures of Kate MccGuire? Check out this exclusiv…
Richard J. Evans

Richard J. Evans

Richard J. Evans has created this piece “Information Leak,” which includes laser-cut wooden letters. It was his final project wh…
Pulp: Artworks Made of Paper

Pulp: Artworks Made of Paper

Artist and curator Rachel Leibman has pulled together an impressive group of artists for Pulp: Artworks Made of Paper, which highlights the …
Scott Dworkin

Scott Dworkin

Scott Dworkin re-imagines old pieces of wood into coffee tables and other home furnishings. However, his pieces have a fun twist: hidden sto…
The Possibilities of Parts by Lotte van Wulfften Palthe

The Possibilities of Parts by Lotte van Wulfften Palthe

In this graduate project, Lotte van Wulfften Palthe utilizes both found and bought personal objects and materials to create large-scale worl…
Venske and Spänle

Venske and Spänle

I found Venske and Spänle through Art Splash. Instantly I was struggling to figure out what these bulbous sculptures were all about. They&#…
Meryl Pataky

Meryl Pataky

Meryl Pataky is a San Francisco-based artist finishing her BFA in Sculpture at the Academy of Art University.  Working with personal narrat…

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