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Endless Layers of Colorful Candy Melt Away in a Satisfying Timelapse Video

   28 Feb 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Fantasies and Fears Surround the Beds of Illustrated Characters by Virginia Mori

   28 Feb 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

We love the illustrations of Italian artist Virginia Mori (previously) who adds a subtle hint of dark humor to her quirky illustrations of young women and men. Recently the artist has been drawing scenes that revolve around the unconscious thoughts that spring to life while in bed. Each illustration presents an improbable or unique vision of a bedroom?from a bed composed of live grass, to another balanced on the tips of four trees. More

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A Relaxing Animation Bursts Into Color as it Morphs Through Abstract Line Drawings

   27 Feb 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal


Watching the animation Idle, Torrent by Alex Moy is like watching the most relaxing screen saver ever produced, or perhaps an old school music visualizer that slowly morphs between trippy patterns and colors. Although it is akin to familiar technological systems, there really isn’t an easy way to describe the deeply harmonious flow that occurs during the two and a half minute short film. We suggest you just sit back, relax, and enjoy, especially in tandem with the soundtrack created by Brian “The Bee” Natalio. More

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Bicyclists Formed from Sweeping Strokes in the Tradition of Chinese Ink Painting

   27 Feb 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

Thomas Yang (previously) creates poster editions through his 100 Copies project that use bicycles as both muse and tool. Previous works have created famous architectural structures through inked bike tires, while his most recent design uses a more traditional approach. “Breakaway” uses various widths of flat brushes to create a peloton of riders with one breaking away from the racing pack. Swirling semi-circles compose the helmets, tires, and arched backs of the group, which have been created by offset lithographic printing using one Pantone spot color. More

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Blue and White Greenhouse Illustrations Appear like Sun-Baked Cyanotypes

   26 Feb 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Bubbletecture: A New Book Explores Decades of Soft Architectural Forms and Inflatable Designs

   26 Feb 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

Bubbletecture, a forthcoming book from Phaidon, captures the incredible range of inflatable architecture, fashion, art, and design that has been created over the last several decades. From chair-shaped balloon creations by Seung Jin Yang to a blow-up aubergine concert hall by Arata Isozaki (previously) and Anish Kapoor (previously), the included designs range from aesthetic interpretations of puffy inflatables to pieces that highlight their ease and functionality. More

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Globs of Color and Texture Ooze Off Brian Rochefort?s Ceramic Sculptures

   25 Feb 01:00:02   |  ThisIsColossal

Los-Angeles based mixed media sculptor Brian Rochefort uses ceramic and glazes to create one-of-a-kind vessels covered in abstract patterns and textured blobs. Unfired clay objects are broken apart, built upon with more material, then fired between each layer of glaze to produce volcanic masses or craters, overflowing with color and character.
The surfaces of the sculptures are a blend of rough, uneven clumps and smooth, bubbly drips, all suspended in place by the kiln firing. More

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Colorful Quilts by Bisa Butler use African Fabrics to Form Nuanced Portraits

   25 Feb 01:00:02   |  ThisIsColossal

Artist Bisa Butler draws from an array of vibrant patterned fabrics to create portraits of everyday people. She eschews representational colors, favoring layered jewel-toned hues to form the skin of her Black subjects, and often groups figures together into strong silhouettes.
“I have always been drawn to portraits,” Butler explains in a statement on her gallery’s website. “I was the little girl who would sit next to my grandmother and ask her to go through her old family photo albums. More

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50,000 Photographs Combine to Form a Detailed Image of the Moon and Stars

   24 Feb 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Everyday Consumer Goods Are De-Produced Into Rectangular Prisms of Raw Materials

   24 Feb 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

Dutch design team Studio Drift (previously) codifies the complex mix of materials that are used to create modern consumer goods in their newest series, Materialism. The collection reduces down recognizable items ranging from light bulbs and pencils to bicycles and even a Volkswagen Beetle. Raw materials like graphite, copper, rubber, polyurethane, and aluminum are shown as perfectly sliced blocks, emphasizing the original substance rather than the abstracted functional shape (like a rubber bicycle tube or graphite pencil core). More

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