Posts Tagged ‘sculptures’

Burning Man 2017 art installations, Nevada

September 1st, 2017

The temporary metropolis, erected annually, draws colossal crowds of devoted “burners” who come to experience spirituality, community, and art. Guided by the ten principles — first documented by co-founder Larry Harvey in 2004 — participants build the city, and then burn it to the ground 9 days later.

Biomorphic furniture by Mathias Bengtsson

August 28th, 2017

The furniture series explores the possibilities of software contribution to artistic creation, wherein 3D printing serves as an analogue for representing organic forms. Bengtsson begins with what he calls ‘the promise of technology’ – ‘the desire to push the limits of what is imaginable, and the will to create objects unlike any that have existed before’.

Colorful undulating sculptures by Jacob Leary

July 20th, 2017

The sculptures he creates are reminiscent of topographic land masses – mountains of geometric forms undulating in a mass of exploding color. Leary‘s works start as two dimensional shapes or ‘territories’ as he calls them, but grow into worlds based on patterns and algorithmic systems that inform the artistic process of composition.

Perpetual Motion installation at Biennale Interieur 2016 by Studio Dessuant Bone, Kortrijk – Belgium

October 21st, 2016

The installation transposes basic architectural elements, such as windows and doors into sculptures. The colours, movement, form and dimensions of the sculptures aim to guarantee maximum exposure with a unique engaging experience.

Modular sculptures by David Umemoto

April 8th, 2016

Formed entirely from concrete, the modules expose the rawness of the unrefined material. Each of the forms can be interconnected, disconnected and rearranged to generate an endless array of artistic compositions, resulting in a constant state of transformation.

Black Comme des Garçons shop, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 7th, 2016

Concrete flooring is paired with walls and a ceiling dipped in fresh white paint, and heavy metal rods make up a seemingly makeshift clothing rack lining one side of the shop.

Selfridges Bright New Things hand sculptures by FLOW Creation, Manchester – UK

March 28th, 2016

Made from 35,000 paper cubes of sustainable British papers, Selfridges Bright New Things hand sculptures by FLOW Creation are stopping shoppers in their tracks and encouraging reflection on sustainability and manufacturing tradition.

Tsumiki Building Blocks by Kengo Kuma

December 15th, 2015



Kengo Kuma’s Tsumiki building blocks can be arranged to create original sculptures

Ripple Installation by Jean-Charles Penot & Phu Nhin Ho, Beijing – China

November 24th, 2015



Ripple is an award-winning set of hanging kinetic sculptures that were used during the Beijing Design Week 2015 to transform the interior of an industrial silo, located at the 751 artistic space.

My Red Homeland Exhibition by Anish Kapoor at Jewish Museum and Tolernce Center, Moscow – Russia

October 16th, 2015



Anish Kapoor is one of the most influential artists of our time, having changed the trajectory and perception of contemporary sculpture.

Clouds + Mountains + Waterfalls exhibition by Ugo Rondinone, London – UK

September 27th, 2015

Each stone is painted a different fluorescent hue, with the sculptures’ titles minimally delineated by their component colors. The works appear to seemingly defy gravity in their teetering formations, but are simultaneously embedded down into their concrete plinths.

Bauzium Sculpture Gallery by Archium, Goseong – South Korea

September 11th, 2015



Craggy concrete walls surround South Korean sculpture park by Archium

Lighting Sculptures by The Harris Partnership & BDP Lighting for Meadowhall Shopping Centre, Sheffield – UK

July 14th, 2015



Northern Lights – Lighting Sculptures for Meadowhall Shopping Centre

Dotart Art Gallery by David Guerra, Belo Horizonte – Brazil

January 5th, 2015

The project intentions for this art gallery were to valorize the masterpieces, increase the exposition space, transform the 2nd floor older deposits in areas for exposition and create an adequate storage for pictures and frames.

EMP Museum’s Can’t Look Away: the Lure of Horror Film, designed by Curious Beast, Seattle

October 8th, 2014

The core of the exhibit is the Thicket, an eerily lit film-viewing environment symbolic of the metaphysical realm. With perforations through which to see activity and light, this experiential space provides a sense of immersion along with sound separation.

Let’s Sit and Talk by Marie Khouri at Equinox Gallery, Vancouver – Canada

July 12th, 2014

Entitled Let’s Sit and Talk, this large-scale, hand-carved sculpture spells out its namesake in flowing Arabic script, while discretely doubling as a highly orchestrated seating arrangement.

Printemps Flower Sculptures windows, Paris

July 17th, 2013

Printemps absolutely wowed us with the best floral trend displays in Paris! Clever out-sized sphere shaped floral arrangements are positioned over mannequin heads, grouped in colour dominated sequences with coordinated product.

Mondial window display, Jakarta

June 4th, 2012

Hundreds of white flowers are blooming inside the Mondial window display.

Bloom Bloom Bloom Pop-up Shops by Emmanuelle Moureaux

May 11th, 2012

Just in time to welcome spring, Emmanuelle Moureaux has created the set design and art direction of two Issey Miyake pop-up fashion shops. The spaces oozed with bright pastel hues and colourful starburst forms, offset by neutral white walls and floors.

Betulla store by Carola Vannini Architecture, Rome

January 27th, 2012

The Betulla store is a wide space where fashion meets architecture. Clothes, colors and materials all melt in order to create a magic flair that reminds of northern lands. Grey concrete and rough wood, cover the walls while contrasting with the floor’s total white.