Frank Lloyd Wright, SC Johnson Wax Complex and Research Tower, Racine,Wisconsins, 1936 - 1939
A ‘blind date’ between two artists with surprising results | The two Californian artists never actually met, (Allen continues to work, recently relocating from Joshua Tree to Mexico City; Blunk passed away in 2002) yet the resonances between their practices are uncanny: corporeal curves, cheeky, prodding phallus shapes, curls of bronze, marble, ceramic and wood that make their materials look soft, malleable and sensual #art #artworks #furniture #sculpture
Working under the pseudonym Zhu Ohmu, Melbourne ceramicist Rose Wei makes striking organic decorative vessels, created entirely using coiled clay. Her works will be displayed in WONKY, an upcoming group exhibition at Tinning Street art space in Brunswick,
Copenhagen-based design studio Wang & Söderström were inspired by the science of archaeology and the readings of human activity for their series of sculptural vases 'Excavation.’ Bought to life by New York-based Unique Board, they use 3D printing to join together the plaster and monochrome resin #interiors #design #vase #sculpture
Light, Design for a new national museum in Oslo by competition finalists, Moxon Architects. Architectural model photographed to highlight the visual aspects of daylight on the scheme, for usage in portfolio, website and publications.