Posts by Brooke Chin

August 31, 2014

A Quiet Day in Wonderland by Nikita Gill

London-based photographer and digital artist, Nikita Gill, transports viewers to a picturesque world that totters the boundary between reality and fantasy. A Quiet Day in Wonderland, Gill's whimsical series, revolves around the course of a day in the mythical land, and beautifully merges photography with art using her incredible editing skills, and vigilant attention to detail.

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August 23, 2014

Astonishing Stretchable Paper Sculptures Appear to Be Made of Stone

At first glance the sculptures constructed by artist Li Hongbo appear to be chiseled out of stone, but once manipulated and pulled, they reveal the use of a different medium. Once the viewer uncovers that the sculpture can not only move, but stretch, spread, twist, bend, and contract, the pieces exhibit a much greater impact.  Hongbo first developed an interest in paper when he worked in the book publishing business.

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August 20, 2014

Zestful Arrangements of Food Methodically Placed in Accordance to Color

Methodically placing food in accordance to color, Emily Blincoe finds inspiration from shapes, colors, light, and everyday objects. Previously we admired The Garden Collection and Sugar Series, where Blincoe demonstrated her skill of arranging shrubbery and nostalgic candy in the same fashion.  Her vibrant series, Colors Organized Neatly, evokes a lively collection of prints that creates intrigue with objects most would find nothing more than ordinary.

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