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Seung Mo Park – Amazing Portraits made from layers of cut wire mesh

Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park uses a technique of projecting photographs onto stacked layers of wire mesh (placed a couple of inches apart to create depth), which he then cuts into with pliers to create these incredible giant portraits.

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Cardboard City

Kiel Johnson’s amazing installation, ‘Everyone’s an Architect’, for TEDActive 2012.

Check the video!

 

via. Strictly Paper

Yun-Woo Choi

Impressive, dominating and beautiful sculptural forms rise from the floor or hang, motionless in midair.

Just another day

Yun-Woo Choi works with recycled magazines and papers to create this large scale and quite beautiful pieces, halfway between architectural and biological in appearance.

Just another day

Viewed as a whole there is something cell like, under the microscope; whilst larger portions could be sprawling, coloured metropolises from some distant future.

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You can see more of his work here.

First seen here.

fourScreen – James Lashmar

Throughout my time at University, I have continued to learn motion, animation and 3D design amongst other things. I also have a very keen interest in music and I love exploring the link between sound and visuals. When writing my dissertation, I explored the history of music video and discussed the idea of it becoming a ‘hot media’. I also explored the idea of holism within music. Holism is the theory that a whole, is greater than the sum of all its parts. My reading of Deleuze emphasises contingent holism and suggests that Deleuzian multiplicity should be seen micro-holisticaly. That is to say, music contains multiple instances of holism in the form of genres, with each genre having different conditions around its own emergence and also possible sub genres. FourScreen is my final project – an installation exploring holism with music providing a visual interactive experience.code

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Introducing the incredibly awesome This Is It collective, with their short film Bad Things That Could Happen. If you’re into this then i recommend you check out their website to see other projects or follow their blog for more fantastic animations and installations! A personal favourite of mine is their campfire scene photo opportunity they made for LCC! Seriously though, everything they do is golden.

-Raquel, Dirt Cheap