sculpture Archives - Loves by Domus

Category archives: sculpture

  • Underwater sculptures by Eva Zethraeus

  • Eva Zethraeus is a Swedish ceramist artist, born 1971, that creates underwater sculptures inspired by botanical and biological specimens. She works with porcelain clay and subtle shades of color to create sinuous shapes that together bring to life immersive environments and fragile marine landscapes. Graduated at t[...]
  • Harbin snow sculptures

  • Some 100 artists will spend over 10 days creating gigantic Harbin snow sculptures, in China. Harbin is marked by a 60-70 days of exhibition period, defined as "The world's largest ice and snow carnival". In winter, the whole island is decorated by large scale snow creations. It is the earliest developed and the lar[...]
  • This is not an inflatable dinosaur

  • If you let it fall it will probably break, so think twice before letting your three-years-old sweetie play with it. Brett Kernart's collection is pure ceramic, each piece resembling an inflatable dinosaur, available for sale in multiple colours and types on his Etsy account. "My predilection for producing collec[...]
  • The sculpture park of Edward James

  • The sculpture park Las Pozas was created by Edward James, an eccentric poet and artist – also a great patron of the surrealist movement – in Xilitla, San Luis Potosi. The Pedro and Elena Hernandéz, A.C. Foundation has taken over the conservation of the garden´s sculptures in accordance with the guidelines establish[...]
  • Isabella Angelantoni Geiger: Impalpabili città

  • Anche quest’anno, Domus ha invitato quattro Università a collaborare in occasione della Design Week. Ringraziamo anticipatamente i venticinque studenti o neolaureati che, nei prossimi giorni, animeranno il blog loves.domusweb.it. ____________________ In Via Conte Rosso, 26, all’interno di IAG lab si trova un’in[...]
  • Confórmi: Le forme non appartengono a nessuno

  • Confórmi (conformi.tumblr.com) é un archivio iniziato un anno fa per far fronte alla necessità personale di gestire i miei riferimenti visuali. E’ uno strumento di lavoro che mette in relazione elementi lontani o vicini, già presenti nel nostro immaginario collettivo e nella cultura delle immagini e delle arti visi[...]
  • "Matera": una scultura effimera

  • È effimera la scultura che Leonardo Sonnoli ha realizzato insieme a Irene Bacchi per Matera e per il MUSMA, è, cioè, una scultura destinata a scomparire nel corso del tempo, coinvolgendo i visitatori nella realizzazione del suo significato. “Matera”, questo è il titolo del manufatto, rimarrà in esposizione, nella Sale[...]
  • Barnaby Barford: The Tower of Babel

  • The V&A proudly presents artist Barnaby Barford's most audacious project to date. The six and a half metre ceramic installation created for the Museum is on display in the Medieval & Renaissance Galleries from 8 September to 1 November 2015. A major sculptural installation created for the V&A by artist Barn[...]
  • Per Kirkeby’s Architectural Sculptures

  • Per Kirkeby is an internationally acclaimed Danish painter, sculptor and writer. Looking back at the period when he started his career, he described the climate of the late 1960s and early 1970s as a landscape where each figurative gesture was troubled by the iconoclasms of the minimal art movement. In this period,[...]
  • Futurism's Lost Sculpture

  • This is primarily an artistic project. It gives me an opportunity to give something back to an Artist's legacy that has given so much inspiration to myself and many others. I first discovered Boccioni's work over 20 years ago as an art student. His ability to capture movement and fluidity in sculpture was unlike anyth[...]
  • Morfemi

  • Un morfema è, in linguistica, l’unità minima che possiede significato in un linguaggio. Il foglio, entità bidimensionale, visto il suo carattere “superficiale”, può essere considerato l’unità minima del linguaggio della modellazione plastica, sia essa scultura, architettura o design. I modelli di Michele Reginaldi, i[...]
  • Strutture tridimensionali

  • Alla Triennale di Milano si svolge dal 14 al 19 Aprile la mostra “Singapore Design: The Alchemists (a new generation of designers)”, in cui quindici designer di Singapore si cimentano in un processo di trasformazione di materiali. In quest’esposizione si trova, un oggetto creato con stampante 3d. Questo nuovo strum[...]