Paintings by Werner Knaupp

Here are a selection of acrylic paintings by German artist Werner Knaupp (b. 1936). Focusing on stormy seas and snow mountains, a moody dark aesthetic run through these paintings. Advertisements

Sculptures by Ron van der Ende

Rotterdam based sculptor Ron van der Ende‘s specialises in bas-relief constructed from wood. His works are mostly wall-bounded and have an industrial feel. (Above: ‘p4004’ (2012); bas-relief in salvaged wood 196 x 156 x 15cm) ‘Yaw’ (2012); bas-relief in salvaged wood, 160 x 165 x 12cm ‘Yoshiwara’ (2012); bas-relief in salvaged wood 120 x 245 … Continue reading

Popsicles by PUTPUT

Swiss/Danish artist group PUTPUT created a series of popsicles, combining common household sponge with a classic edible product, the popsicle. Referencing a classic product pack shot the ‘Popsicles’ series creates an imitation of a common object through a purposeless addition. Both products represent different aspects of everyday life and are recognizable in their own right. … Continue reading

‘Schwarm’ by Andreas Nicolas Fischer

Berlin-based artist Andreas Nicolas Fischer used digital software to create his 2012 series ‘Schwarm’ (Swarm).

‘Froissé’ by Mathias Kiss

As part of the ‘Sans 90°’ exhibition, fractured mirror ‘Froissé’ (Hurt) by Hungarian designer Mathias Kiss is on display at Galerie Armel Soyer in Paris.

‘Absolutely Not’ by Pascual Sisto

Here are images from Los Angeles-based artist Pascual Sisto‘s 2010 exhibition ‘Absolutely Not’. Featured on the walls were neon light installations saying “Sayons Cruels! (Let us be Cruel!)” and “Ne Travaillez Jamais (Never work)”  based on Parisian graffiti from 1968. His works include a mix of different outputs — including video, photography, text and a lightbox … Continue reading

Custom Covers 2012 by Wallpaper*

Here are some previews for Wallpaper* magazine’s August 2012 custom covers. Readers can order the magazine online and expect a handmade, personalised issue delivered to them with the design of their choice.

‘Chromes’ by William Eggleston

‘Chromes’ is the new book, comprising of three thick volumes, featuring work by William Eggleston  throughout 1969 to 1974.

EASTPAK backpack by Julia Wulfing

Artist Julia Wülfing has designed a one-of-a-kind backpack for the EASTPAK Artist Studio.  This is the artists’ and EASTPAK’s contribution to Designers Against AIDS, meaning all proceeds from the EASTPAK Artist Studio go to the charity.

Tasmanian Museum of Old and New Art

Photographer Derek Henderson takes a trip to Hobart, Australia to capture the scene at the Tasmanian Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). The featured exhibit at the museum displays works by Belgian artist Wim Delvoye.