Pylon and Pier is a public sculpture by British artist Lucy Tomlins – presenting a statue of the Titan Atlas – not as in Greek mythology holding up the sky for eternity, but fallen from its plinth and, grasping the globe, lain on its side.
Michael Pederson creates public art installations in unexpected locations around Sydney. His signs, and miniature works tend to center around ideas of escape, isolation, and our relationship to social norms.
Maria Svarbova’s distinctive style departs from traditional portraiture and focuses on experimentation with space, colour, and atmosphere.
Frank Kunert uses miniature building and photography to create his “Small Worlds”. He works on each miniature for many months before it is captured on film.
The Parthenon of Books by Marta Minujin – A replica of stunning Greek temple, the Parthenon, has been created in Germany, and it is made of 100,000 banned books.
David Spriggs has created a monumental installation presents eleven inverted yellow-golden human figures painted on layers of transparent sheets that are hung within an inverted pyramid structure.
Australian artist Mike Barr creates amazing rainy-day cityscape paintings. He draws-in viewers and invites them to be a part of the scene.
Jarred & Displaced is an ongoing project created by photographer Christoffer Relander showcasing landscapes in Jars using Analog Double Exposures.
Belgian filmmaker and illustrator Vincent Bal creates inspiring doodles involving shadows and objects.
Librottiglia is a unique wine label design created by Reverse Innovation featuring a book with short stories on bottle.
Frank Plant created a large scale sculpture titled “Grow” for Wageningen University, including two versions, one using living plants and the other using cut steel plates that have been flocked.
Brno Del Zou has created portrait photo-sculpture series by revisiting the faces and highlighting their volumes in order to create photo installations.