(Thanks Rob Cross)
In a world of those forced to flee, of poverty, of war and violence, David de la Mano paints his haunting figures as shadows looking for their place in the world. All united, they are travelling to a destination unknown. Boats with broken sails and women with animal heads drift without direction but are all linked by an uncertain journey.
More of de la Mano’s work here.
An eye-candiful paper art sculpture entitled ‘I Am Here’ by Tokyo based French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux – 18,000 rainbow coloured silhouettes of women, two girls and one cat which you can either take at face value (as evocations of multiplicity on the crowded streets of Tokyo) or have explained in more depth here.