Photographic collages by Japanese artist Kensuke Koike
via we find wildness
WWT recently saw Stezaker’s amazing work at Whitechapel gallery and felt it deserves to be looked at once more.
(see previous WWT post on John’s work here)
John Stezaker (b. 1949) British conceptual artist known best for his collage series Mask, Marriage and Dark Star.
[...] Taking classic movie stills, vintage postcards and book illustrations, (John) Stezaker makes collages to give old images a new meaning. By adjusting, inverting and slicing separate pictures together to create unique new works of art, Stezaker explores the subversive force of found images [...]
more sources on Stezaker’s work:
Ceramic pieces by Ronit Baranga.
View WWT’s previous post on captivating Ronit’s work here.
Artist and craftsman Thomas World, works with found furniture and remnant materials to create new custom compositions.
family affair shelves made from this pile of furniture
Mystery house, credenza made of the pile below
Fractured fairytales credenza and book shelves
Block party credenza
Rock candy book shelves
‘ [...] Ione Rucquoi’s visceral portraits capture a world of lost innocence and sexual awakening, exploring the disowned, unconscious aspects of the self and highlighting the primal instincts of the human character and the beast within. Rucquoi’s affinity with Jung’s psychological concept of ‘The Shadow’ allows her to move effortlessly among the symbolic and darker characteristics of the psyche [...] ‘
Work of British artist Ione Rucquoi comes to WWT via Accidolate.
Impressive sculptures by artist Kris Kuksi, made mostly of recycled mechanical parts and toys.
Eros at Play
Eros at Play detail
The New Divinity
The New Divinity detail
“A post-industrial Rococo master, Kris Kuksi obsessively arranges characters and architecture in asymmetric compositions with an exquisite sense of drama. Instead of stones and shells he uses screaming plastic soldiers, miniature engine blocks, towering spires and assorted debris to form his landscapes.