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Vintage Illustrations of Flora and Fauna Are Superimposed into Surreal Portraits by MUMI

   22 Oct 20:00:02  |  ThisIsColossal

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A Fluttering Exterior Responds to the Elements in a Kinetic, Open-Air Cabin by NEON

   21 Oct 20:00:08  |  ThisIsColossal

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In vanessa german?s New Exhibition, Freedom, Value, and Time Coalesce Through Elaborate Assemblages

   21 Oct 20:00:08  |  ThisIsColossal

vanessa german knows how to translate experiences. In her latest project with the Skinner Museum?Mount Holyoke’s early 20th-century cabinet of curiosities?she explores what decolonization means by interacting with the institution’s 7,000 precious historical objects. german finds past, present, and future in everything from Native American baskets to Samurai swords to pieces of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
By touching these great American valuables, the artist explores ideas of rarity and protection amongst the context of this country?s sordid history with distorting people, objects, and the inherent value of every living thing. More

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NASA?s James Webb Telescope Captures an Astounding Photo of the Gaseous Pillars of Creation

   20 Oct 20:00:03  |  ThisIsColossal

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More Than 70 International Artists Descend on Cincinnati for BLINK, a Massive Mural and Light Festival

   20 Oct 20:00:03  |  ThisIsColossal

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Forceful Waves Rip Across Lake Erie in Tempestuous Photos by Trevor Pottelberg

   19 Oct 20:00:12  |  ThisIsColossal

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Trees Are Tied Up in Uncanny Knots in Monsieur Plant?s Playful Sculptures

   19 Oct 20:00:11  |  ThisIsColossal

Trees have an incredible ability to adjust to their surroundings, slowly sending roots across walkways, growing through fences, or merging with other trunks. Artist Christophe Guinet, who works as Monsieur Plant, draws inspiration from nature’s ability to flex and modify in a series of uncanny, elegant sculptures titled Twist.
Since childhood, outdoor walks fueled Guinet’s creative imagination. “It was during my walks in the forest that I was inspired for this project,” he tells Colossal. More

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A Mesmerizing Kinetic Sculpture Twists and Writhes in Perpetual Spiraling Motion

   18 Oct 20:00:15  |  ThisIsColossal

Set atop an aluminum turntable, a spiraling sculpture by British artist Tom Lawton translates a simple mathematic concept into a hypnotic dance. “Wonder” is a sleek copper work of rounded twists based on the shape of a torus or a circular form with a hole in the middle, a donut being a prime example. Lawton’s design coils around an imagined central axis, creating a continual organic movement propelled by an electric motor. More

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The Open Press Project is Making the World?s Smallest 3D-Printed Press Even Tinier

   18 Oct 20:00:14  |  ThisIsColossal

A few years ago, Cologne-based designers Martin Schneider and Dominik Schmitz noticed that access to intaglio printmaking resources was limited because presses are prohibitively expensive, require lots of space, and are often located in private workshops or institutions. To make the practice more accessible, the artists launched the world’s first 3D-printed etching press in 2018, and the Open Press Project was born. Schneider and Schmitz’s miniature, open-source, fully-functional model allowed people to download and assemble the machine themselves at a fraction of the cost of a traditional press?and a fraction of the size! More

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The Other Art Fair Returns to Brooklyn

   17 Oct 20:00:17  |  ThisIsColossal

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