The Education of a Personage

bedelgeuse:

"Now & Then" anatomical collage art by bedelgeuse. Created for upcoming May issue of Now Then Magazine.

bedelgeuse:

"Now & Then" anatomical collage art by bedelgeuse. Created for upcoming May issue of Now Then Magazine.

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thecitrusreport:

@nychos #workinprogress #haight #ashbury #montanacans #wallspace @wallspace #nychos #rabbiteyemovement #Upperplayground #Fifty24SF @upperplayground @upperplayground_worldwide

thecitrusreport:

@nychos #workinprogress #haight #ashbury #montanacans #wallspace @wallspace #nychos #rabbiteyemovement #Upperplayground #Fifty24SF @upperplayground @upperplayground_worldwide

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archiemcphee:

For an ongoing guerrilla art project called Goldenroach Hungarian designer and visual artist Miklós Kiss, aka kissmiklos, has been smuggling 14-carat gold-plated bronze cockroaches into museums across Europe, making them part of the. Since 2011 Kiss has secretly placed his roaches inside the Tate Modern, Tate Britain, the British Museum, MUMOK, Hamburger Bahnhof, Centre Pompidou and the Louvre. In addition to sneaking his golden roaches into the galleries themselves, he also places the matching Goldenroach souvenir postcards into the museum gift shops.

On March 25, 2014 Kiss traveled to the US and successfully placed his roaches inside the Museum of Modern Art in New York. That same month the Goldenroach project went from guerrilla art to featured exhibition, entitled Goldenroach Unlimited, at the M0 project space of the Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle in Budapest. There Kiss exhibited a massive assembly of 12,000 plastic Goldenroaches along with one 14-carat gold roach hidden among the the plastic horde. Visitor were even invited to take one plastic Goldenroach home with them.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Kyuhyung Cho

ROOM Collection

ROOM Collection in a collaboration with Erik Olovsson, 2014 

When it comes to furniture, people are used to placing a object within a square space. While it is common to use a square form to arrange an object, Erik and Kyuhyung were interested in diversifying the relationship between object and space to create furniture as rooms for objects. The focus was to explore the mix-and-match quality of the ensemble in our spaces from a graphical approach.

ROOM collection is a furniture system with 25 stackable blocks and a low table with various geometric voids inspired by architecture and the objects they can hold. When all the elements of ROOM are combined it forms either a long shelf or a tall cabinet with a variety of different graphical compositions. ROOM allows each user to pick their favorite elements to build up your own composition as a shelf, a table or just as a sculpture.

Each block was inspired by specific objects, creating various shapes and sizes. The round for wine, zigzag for phones, tablets and laptops, or peaked for an open book. Each block can be a room to invite any object, the composition is unlimited.

ROOM enhances the characteristic of the individual objects and emphasizes the interactions between space and object. ROOM is made in plywood and finished with a matt lacquer.


Element: Block × 25 pieces, Table × 1 piece, Stainless mirror × 1 piece
Material : Pine plywood, pine veneer
Dimensions: H 2140, W 1170, L 300 mm

Photography: Gustav Almestål