Posts by Alice Yoo

May 20, 2015

Nature-Inspired Porcelain Sculptures Glow From Within

Ceramic artist Jennifer Jennifer McCurdy has been working with porcelain for over thirty years, creating swirling sculptures inspired by nature. Living on Martha's Vineyard, the potter strives to make her work reflect the beauty of life that surrounds her. What makes her recent body of work so unique is that she illuminates the insides of her porcelain vessels with 23 carat gold leaf.

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May 19, 2015

Jellyfish Chandeliers and Flowing River of Light at Vivid Sydney 2015

Vivid Sydney, the spectacular annual light festival going on in Australia from May 22 to June 8 this year, has just released some sneak peek photos of some of their most dazzling light installations. Ample Projects has created Jellyfish Chandeliers, huge handcrafted sea creatures that are 3 meters in diameter and are 9 meters in length. Their frames are made of steel and are covered with satin fabric.

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May 15, 2015

Abandoned Detroit House Gets Adorned with 4000 Flowers

What does it look like when you give florists 48 hours to fill an old, abandoned house with flowers? These photos, taken by photographer Heather Saunders, are from the trail run of Flower House, an exhibition planned in October that will fill 15 rooms of a dilapidated Detroit home with between 60,000 and 100,000 flowers.

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May 14, 2015

Incredibly Lifelike Glass Jellyfish Sculptures by Rick Satava

Rick Satava is a master glassblower from Chico, California, who creates incredibly lifelike jellyfish sculptures out of glass. His works are so realistic that people often wonder if they're looking at real jellyfish preserved in glass. In the late 1980s, the artist was inspired after a visit to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, where he looked at pacific coast jellyfish as if he was viewing art inside a gallery. This got him thinking.

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