Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’

I know I just posted about Mary Iverson, but I came across this public art project she recently made & was compelled to share. After all that painting containers, Mary painted an actual container in Singapore, at the Goodman Arts Center. Shipping is an integral part of Singapore’s identity as a city. In fact, this […]

Read a great interview by Hi Fructose magazine with Lauren Clay and wanted to share her work here, namely her colorful paper sculptures. This series of sculptures was derived from large paintings that the artist wanted to see become part of the viewer’s physical space. Her process involves everything from wood armatures, papier-mâché, cut paper, […]



This 25.5m high sculpture in Lelystad, Holland was designed by Antony Gormly. His statement for Exposure tells us that he was interested in the way a still sculpture reacts to a moving world – namely, the rising sea level as a result of global warming is expected to gradually bury the sculpture. I suspect that […]

paper tickets


Mia Liu turns admission tickets into beautiful paper sculptures. There’s some inspiration for creativity. via.

magyar radio


Hungarian Radio in Budapest has a figurative sculpture on its surface, rather than free-standing in front. Further, the figure is positioned so that he gives the impression of flight, complete with birds alongside him. Cheers to Budapest for an innovative application of an otherwise traditional sculptural form!

cube circle


Here’s another public art project I found in Budapest. Colorful cubes evenly spaced make up this sphere, getting considerably warmer and larger as they approach the center. I like how the cubes continue on the bottom right of the building, too. Note the geometric structure on the left in the last photograph. Seeing a geometric […]

Beijing-based artist Wang Zhiyuan created this piece with discarded plastic containers he collected from Beijing’s dump and around his city. The result: an 11-metre-high tornado of plastic, organized according to size and color.  via.  

folded paper


Matt Shlian is a paper engineer…came across some of his stuff here. Look at those folds!