All posts tagged: Patterns

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EKKLESIA

The Fallas festival took place in Valencia earlier this year and visitors were treated to an impressive installation called Ekklesia by the artist collective Pink Intruder. This towering piece of installation features metallic-colored cardboard tubes that sit atop a mosaic design of 96,000 wooden pieces. The colorful mosaic pieces were based on the designs of […]

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SNOWFLAKES OF SEX

*NSFW Rebecca Cooper creates kaleidoscopic arrangements of pornographic images, abstracted and spiraling in mandalas of lust, pleasure and hedonism. The infinite circle of skin is then put on display as huge wall installations, like a celebration of love. Given such unusual material to work with, especially one with so much skin and exposure, Cooper’s work could […]

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MARY KATRANTZOU F/W 2015

Hey I’m back from the Chinese New Year holidays and yes I do feel a little chubby from all the feasting. But nonetheless, I’m still trying to catch up on the backlog of fashion shows that has been happening during the New Year holidays and thank god for some amazing finds! Mary Katrantzou kick-started her […]

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HUMAN PLAID

At a glance, one might think the plaid tapestries of Zhang Bojun is just another textile art but upon further inspection, its rather surprising to see spots of human existence. In fact, for the past seven years, Zhang has been photographing passer-bys on his daily walks. Over time, he digitally edited these photos, weaving them into […]

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THE PAPER ART OF DANIEL GORDON

I was blown away by Daniel Gordon‘s paper art when I first got contact with it. It was like a hurricane of visual spectacles that swept across my face and I can’t help but start saving images of his art for my own research references. So much so that I think he needs some attention […]

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SNOW DRAWINGS

Christmas is just around the corner.  And I can’t wait to feast like a refugee. *starts to do my Christmas dance Snow is something we always see in Christmas related objects and icons. But in Singapore where we are, snow is something you can only see in your dreams. (I’m typing this while sweating buckets.) But […]

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UNDER THE MICROSCOPIC WORLD OF DIATOMS

Diatoms are single-celled algal organisms, that are some of the most ecologically significant and abundant, and are also some of the most distinctive, displaying beautiful, natural forms, thanks to their cell walls made of silica. UK-based microbiological artist and “diatomist” Klaus Kemp has been working with these microscopic forms for years, arranging diatoms into fabulous microscopic patterned artworks. At […]