‘Karma Sculpture’ by Do Ho Suh 

Daniel Rozin’s installations and sculptures that have the unique ability to change and respond to the presence and point of view of the viewer.

The Anatomical Body Art of Danny Quirk

Christian Åslund - Advertise campaign for Jim Rickey, Project: Honkey Kong - a 2d platform game tribute

Myoung Ho Lee photographs solitary trees framed against white canvas backdrops in the middle of natural landscapes. To install the large canvases, which span approximately 60 by 45 feet, the artist enlists a production crew and heavy cranes. Minor components of the canvas support system, such as ropes or bars, are later removed from the photograph through minimal digital retouching, creating the illusion that the backdrop is floating behind the tree.

The series includes diverse species of trees photographed with a 4x5 camera in a variety of seasons and at different times of day. Mr. Lee allows the tree’s natural surroundings to fill the frame around the canvas, transforming the backdrop into an integral part of the subject. Centered in the graphic compositions, the canvas defines the form of the tree and separates it from the environment. By creating a partial, temporary outdoor studio for each tree, Mr. Lee’s “portraits” of trees play with ideas of scale and perception while referencing traditional painting and the history of photography.

Iguana Dragon by Bailey Henderson

With the intention of creating a real life representation of a dragon, Bailey chose the form of an iguana and added scaley wings before casting the entire beast in bronze and thus saving villagers and dwarves the world over from its terrible winged wrath.

Artist: Behance / Website