In March, Brittany showcased some fantastic works of "yarn bombing", where artists take to the streets armed with crochet needles, covering everything from tree trunks to subway seats. Now, one artist takes this trend to a whole new level: covering her entire apartment, bathroom fixtures and all. Creative, brilliant, or just plain nutty - you tell us!
The other day we saw what 1000's of staples can look like; today we see what 1000's of strips of tape can look like. These installations created by Rebecca Ward are nothing less than amazing. To see more of
One more artfully scary project just before Halloween:
According to the photos, it looks like nothing but coffee stirrers and glue.
There's something about art in context that beats the pants off of a portrait hanging on a white wall. This Shattering Door is one of many fantastic installations by Leandro Erlich, on display now at Luciana Brito. Check out a few others below, and Erlich's website for many more!
Designer Thomas Wold created this graphic shelving unit using mostly recycled materials: dressers, drawers, cabinets, as well as scrap material from his own shop.
The best thing is: you can too! Wold provides a description of his process, from design, to having the fronts laser cut, to installation. Read about the process here!