Category Archives: Art/Craft

The pixelated street art of Johan Karlgren, aka Pappas Pärlor, who creates his pop culture and game referencing creations with Qixels, colourful tiles that stick together with water

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‘La mécanique de l’Histoire’: an acrobatic and strangely mesmerising ‘meditation on gravity’ by the Foucault Pendulum at the Panthéon in Paris earlier this month, devised by multi disciplinary movement artist Yoann Bourgeois 

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Teeny tiny origami things folded by Leipzig based paper artist Anja Markiewicz.

Without the aid of a magnifying glass, mind.

More here.

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Three from a book of 14 Frank Lloyd Wright kirigami (cut out and fold) paper models by designer Marc Hagan-Guirey.

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A series of intricate paper sculptures by artist Asya Kozina, inspired by the decadent decorated Baroque and Rococo wigs of the 17th and 18th century, suitably updated for the modern age of excess.

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‘Fly High, Dreamers’ – a new work by Vietnamese paper artist Nguyen Hung Cuong that incorporates four origami sculptures folded from a single uncut sheet of Dó paper: a hand holding a crane, bearing a rider holding another crane.

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The work of anonymous French artist and photographer JR at the US-Mexican border in South California.

A huge image of Kikito (top pic), a one year-old boy from the city of Tecate which was removed this week, only to be replaced (probably not for long) with a second work in the form of a picnic table (pic 2) extending either  side of the fence where a simultaneous meal was shared by citizens of Mexico and the US.

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