A stop motion sculpture of 21 triangles shot over two weeks in Melbourne, Australia. “MÖBIUS is a sculpture that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behave as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground.”
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Mixed media sculpture and student at London’s Royal College of Art, Malene Hartmann Rasmussen created this art installation for her final based on “how we perceive the world, twisting and changing the perception of the space to create an eerie surreal and otherworldly feeling.” Other projects of hers worth checking out: Cellar Door and Squirrel Gun.
Found on Fast Company’s Co.Design
Artist Shinichi Maruyama creates sculptures and still art out of typically fluid materials. In his Water Sculpture series he shapes falling water with his hands, and then freezes it in time with a high frames-per-second camera like the Phantom. Check out his other works Kusho and Nihonga.
Found on Fubiz
In 2008 the paper manufacturer Fedrigoni contacted various illustrators to create art for their “a place for paper” showroom. London based illustrator and set maker Hattie Newman used the Fedrigoni paper line to create this representation of the snow-capped Dolomites surrounding Fedrigoni’s hometown of Verona.
Austin based artist Shawn Smith has always been interested in the intersection of the digital world and reality, especially how we perceive the combination of pixels to represent nature. The process of creating these 8-bit sculptures starts with a large sheet of plywood that is cut into ½” strips ranging ½” to 2” long. All of the individual pieces are hand dyed before assembling them together.