Personal digital art project titled Tree Hand, by Colombian designer David Rivera
Hitting Five Mountains With One Punch
Face Without Global Vision
The Study of Mental Phenomenology 50×200 cm
From the photographic project No worldview faces by Chinese artist Dong Wensheng
Beautiful drawings created using ink and pastel pencils on paper by Cardiff based illustrator and puppeteer Layla Holzer
Self-portrait (each one of us), 250 kg in equilibrium, concrete and cast bronze sculpture, 175x50x50cm by Cuban artist Yoan Capote.
Selection of objects from the first collection of Critical + design, a webshop/ platform launched in Amsterdam by the two jewellers Annika Pettersson (SE) and Adam Grinovich (US) in collaboration with product designer Charles Mathis (US).
‘Animal: The Other Side of Evolution’
London based fashion designer Ana Rajcevic has created a series of 8 amazingly striking sculptural pieces that appear as natural extension (or adornments) of the human body, suggesting strength, power and sensuality. Tusk, horn and spine-like pieces come from a unique visual interpretation of animal skeleton structures. Pieces, that are designed to fit over the face, neck and head are made in complex moulds from fiberglass, resin and silicone.
Imagine that you are visiting a pretty and quite traditional city, so overloaded with medieval cuteness that it is almost getting boring. And suddenly across one gate, in the center of all the tradition, you get a glimpse of an absolute architectural beauty: a brutalist building sandwiching a huge skeleton!
Around it the beauty is unsurpassable: brutal architecture, concrete and glass and wood and stone delightfully combined, afternoon light flooding the space, and what’s best: more whales, including an orca, a pygmy whale and a narwhal waving to you while floating in the air! Boy oh boy, that’s a building!
The Cambridge University Museum of Zoology (built by Arup Associates in 1966-74) is unfortunately closed for refurbishment until 2016. But the architecture and the whales will be there to keep you in good company.
Read more about the inovative constuction incorporated in the building here. Pictures by WWT (using a mobile phone camera, therefore the poor quality.)