This scary yet energy efficient "Deep Sea Angler Fish" lighted sculpture is amazing. As well as being energy efficient, the sculpture is also composed of recycled objects such as bicycle parts, shovels and knives. Scary AND green! When you first see the Angler Fish the light above the head is glowing. Just like in real life, the light draws you near. As you move in to take a closer look, the eyes & body light up using a motion censored light. This sculpture stands 5' tall with base, 4' wide & 5' long. "Deep Sea Angler" takes up a large amout of space so it can creep you out as much as possible. Justin Ladoux is the artist who created ''Deep Sea Angler Fish'' for a larger piece called "Creatures of the Deep".
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.