Kevin Champeny - What Remains (2012) - Hand-cast urethane flowers
“I sculpted each original flower, then created silicone molds of the originals, then I cast them in color. They are not painted in any way. I cast them in various two part liquid resins. These pieces take several months to design, sculpt, mold, and cast. The construction process is a painstaking adventure of careful placement and gluing (super super-glue), that can take up to a month to complete.”
Using a home-made mixture of bioluminescent resin, Miya Ando meticulously coated a thousand leaves and floated them in a small pond. During the day, the coating absorbed light energy from the sun.
Once night arrived, each leaf could be seen emitting miraculous hues of blue and purple.
Installation in Puerto Rico is Comprised of 1000 Bioluminescent Leaves
Photos by L. Young; via Over-think
Title: Ho Hey
Artist: The Lumineers
The Lumineers - Ho Hey
An amazing work of 3D art; Time Machine by Aleksandr Kuskov
CG and VFX artist Alexsandr Kuskov has crazy amounts of talent in the art of 3D. His portfolio is literally brimming with inspiring, intricate images of everything from cars and cameras to fantasy lands and beasts.
I literally drooled looking at this.
Using large format cameras, Matthew Pillsbury captures images with hour long exposures of NYC life. The black and white prints reflect the sheer dynamism of the New York City we all love.
Black and White Prints Show NYC as a World in Constant Motion
via Slate’s Behold