We all know Constantin Brâncuși as one of the most important sculptors of the 21st century who had a grand contribution in developing the aesthetics of modern sculpture, but today I want to approach his work differently and talk about Constantin Brâncuși, the designer. Who would’ve thought that the very talented Romanian artist had his contribution to the world of fashion too? In a small amount, it’s true, but taking into consideration who we are talking about, I think it’s worth mentioning it. So, what did artistic clothing looked like in the early 20s? (more…)
Eugenio Recuenco approached Pablo Picasso’s work a little bit differently by creating beautiful fashion photography inspired by the artist’s paintings. Using portraits of his cubist period, the photographer managed to transpose Pablo Picasso’s vibrant and surrealistic world into strange and dreamy shots of women. (more…)
I found myself in awe and pleasantly surprised when I discovered Harding Meyer’s beautiful work. The genuine yet artistic way in which the Berlin-based artist represents the facial features on canvas by adding his own vision to is captivating.
“The main subject on Harding Meyer’s work is his intensive pursuit of the artistic rendering of the human face. The subtle differences in the artistic realization of each single motif are indicative of this intensive preoccupation.[…] The faces which serve as the basis of most Harding Meyer’s painting, are originally taken from the media. Catalogues and magazines, movies and television are the pool from which the painter serves himself.” by Thomas W. Kuhn all photos via Harding Meyer
I was so delighted to look over Jennifer Collier‘s work and I thought it would be a great idea to share it with you. The British artist creates beautiful household objects by using a variety of crafting techniques and paper patterns. The remarkable objects are throughly shaped to resemble their real appearance.
pictures via jennifercollier.co.uk