Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park makes extremely detailed portraits out of multiple layers of stainless steel wire mesh.
The artist sketches or projects images of his models on wire meshes and then cuts parts out to add depth and three-dimensionality.
There is nothing worse than while being deep in thoughts start to bite a pen and after a while realize that the pen was borrowed...
The impressive design for Woven Tower is created for a location in Dubai by Giuseppe Farris and Stefan Schöning. The proposed structure aims to capture several aspects of Arab culture: its tribal society and the trans-regional entrepreneurship. The building’s appearance refers to the date palm which, along with fruits and fronds continue to be an important product in Dubai’s everyday life. The twining maze of the building’s exterior simultaneously represents the network of trade and commerce routes that have, through history, arrived and departed from Dubai. The exterior also commemorates the tribal legacy and reminds of the dynamic maze of tribal affiliations that has given Dubai’s society its basic cohesion. Functionally, the building’s interior continues this celebration of the tribal cornerstone of Dubai identity. At ground level, it is an open structure, hence symbolizing the hospitality of the Dubai people and inviting all to enter. Visitors may find at different levels outside and inside the structure different kinds of majlis. Take a look!
The vast creativity, detail and a large dose of humour, those are the words which perfectly describe the drawings by Hoisel Tiaga. No matter whether the image shows the real situation, or a completely abstract - the result is always great!
Context changes everything...
Beautiful black and white session for Wonder Magazine by Paris based photographer Pauline Darley.