Every once in a while you find an artist who just blows you away with originality. Stuff so different and cool you cant help but fall in love with it instantly and then spend hours absorbing and examining the hell out of it. Stephane Halleuxs' work is a universe of metal and leather, monsters and robots. Each piece has a quirky enduring character to it. Kinda steampunk, but really its just its own world and that's something many artists never achieve. So spend some a lot of time in Stephanes' world like I did.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016 - 4:30pmDo metal birds dream of electric worms? Edouard Moartinet's streamlined, metallic animals are straight out of a future where fake animals are more prominent than real ones. He uses reclaimed parts from bikes, cars, and motorcycles to build the faux fauna. The best part?
Tuesday, April 19, 2016 - 4:17pmIs this the real world, or is this Metroid? Dan Lam uses polyfoam to create the gloopy base, letting gravity take care of some of the shaping. She then coats the dried sculpture in paint and addes spikes, often creating gradients in the process.
Wednesday, March 2, 2016 - 2:44pmTakashi Murakami of superflat fame has organized and curated a Japanese ceramics show just outside of Central Park in Manhattan.