sculpture

Not Red But Green

Not Red But Green by Per Kristian Nygård at NoPlace Oslo. It’s time to get ready for the snow season. Where is the snowmaker?

Not Red But Green, NoPlace Oslo, 2014

Not Red But Green, NoPlace Oslo, 2014

Per Kristian Nygård

Per Kristian Nygård

All photos © Jason Olav Benjamin Havneraas.

Social Pool

Alfredo Barsuglia’s Social Pool is an eleven-by-five-feet wide pool in the Southern California desert, open for anybody to use. Prerequisites for spa delights: A good transport connection and some free time. The drive and walk to the pool should provide »time to reflect on social values, dreams and reality«, the artist explains.

Alfredo Barsuglia, Social Pool, 2014, long-term installation, California

lfredo Barsuglia, Social Pool, 2014, long-term installation, California

Room

British sculptor Antony Gormley created a giant pixel figure on to the facade of a new hotel in London’s Mayfair. The space inside measures just four square metres, long enough for a bed and wardrobe either side.

Room by Antony Gormley

Love Hearts

The four super-sized candy sculptures by Nicola Freeman, »Love Hearts«, »Sweetie Watch«, »Sweetie Necklace«, and »Lolly Pop« look like giant versions of their famous counterparts from other times. They were part of her degree show a few years ago.

Love hearts, 2011

Love Hearts, 2011

Sweetie Watch, 2011

Sweetie Watch, 2011

Sweetie Necklace, 2011

Sweetie Necklace, 2011

Source: »Nicola Freeman’s Giant Sweeties Sculptures« @ Craftzine.com blog.

House of Worship

Jeremiah Johnson »House of Worship« is a model of a church constructed from his personal collection of empty prescription pill bottles. Johnson has suffered from a disease called ulcerative colitis since 2001.

House of Worship – prescription pill bottles, wood, wire, fluorescent lamp, printed paper, hot glue. 56x36x55” 2014

House of Worship – prescription pill bottles, wood, wire, fluorescent lamp, printed paper, hot glue. 56x36x55″, 2014

House of Worship

House of Worship

TOMS Marfa

The famous Prada Marfa sculpture in Texas has been hit by a vandal calling himself the TOMS Marfa. The interventionists spraypainted it blue, and covered the sculpture with TOMS stickers along with a manifesto explaining the reasons for the attack.

TOMSpradamarfa