3D metal sculptures combining sharks and guns that are meant to evoke a prescribed reaction from misinformation.A reality is that neither one are worthy of such a label as ‘killer,’ but when the human element is added, unpredictability becomes a threat.
Richard Clarkson: Interactive Light shaped like a Cumulus Cloud
This wonderful interactive audiovisual fixture by Richard Clarkson’s inter-disciplinary design studio brings all of the thunder but none of the rain of a summer storm to your home’s interior. The “Cloud” thunder storm lamp and speaker system looks like a rain cloud on a leash that can even interact with people and sounds around it.
This smart little creative lamp is replete with lights, motion sensors, microphones, and a powerful speaker system. A remote control allows user to set it to different modes, getting it to act like a simple thunder cloud, to respond to movements in its surroundings, or to respond to sounds or music that it hears around it. The poofy outer layer definitely completes the illusion that we’re looking at a cloud.
Blow Me, Bite Me, Suck It and Eat Me by NinjaBot.
Holes in the wall by 1010-Stroke Art Fair
1010 is is a standout artist from Hamburg whose work evokes a mysterious symbolism. He had a number of similar artworks on canvas on display at the Stroke Art Fair in Berlin in September.
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BJ and Richeille Formento are a husband and wife duo who first met on an assignment in 2005. As their romantic relationship grew, so did their collaborative effort as photographers. Within the past few years, the couple transitioned away from fashion photography and more toward fine art. Their recent series, The Japan Dairies is testament to their fashion-roots; meticulously-styled, incredibly cinematic, erotic and haunting all at once, the Formentos have nowhere to go but up.
Edward Scissorhands (1990); dir. by Tim Burton
french artist JR has completed an installation on an epic scale, canvassing the interior and exterior architectural elements of paris’ renowned pantheon building during its renovation. commissioned by the centre des monuments nationaux, ‘au pantheon’ derives from the artist’s ongoing ‘inside out project’, an international participatory program that asks people to take their picture and paste it in their community, to support an idea and spread a message.