Isabella Brogden

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Intriguing Digital Sculptures Present Distorted Visions of the Human Body

Seoul-based digital artist and sculptor Kyuin Shim explores complex themes through his distorted visions of the human body. With a mastery of constructing sculptures and realistic, digital 3D renderings, the Korean artist creates monochromatic, mannequin-like figures whose forms are transformed in …

Art

Delicately Embroidered Sculptures Mimic the Fragility of Nature

Australian artist Meredith Woolnough (@meredithwoolnough) celebrates the beauty of nature in her stunning embroidery works. She uses a special sewing process to convey the intricate details of nature through delicate sculptures. “I work with a unique technique that allows me to create embroidered …

Art

A Midcentury Designer Made These Intricate Paper Sculptures

Industrial designer <b>Irving Harper's</b> creations for Herman Miller include the Marshmallow sofa, the furniture company's minimalist logo, and its sharp magazine ads. A new exhibition examines what he produced after work: intricate sculptures made from construction paper and Elmer's glue.<p>Co.Design has …

Dear New Photographer…

Dear New Photographer,<p>I’m writing this post because I was up late last night on a Facebook forum, reading close to 200 comments about new …

Dust

Project info<p>“I will show you fear in a handful of dust”<br>T.S. Eliot<p>Rooted in an interest in the ‘aesthetics of destruction,’ Nadav Kander’s most recent project Dust explores the vestiges of the<br>Cold War through the radioactive ruins of secret cities on the border between Kazakhstan and …

Dust (to Dust): Soviet Nuclear Test Sites - Photographs by Nadav Kander | LensCulture

<i>No carrion will kill a crow. The crow is the indestructible bird who suffers everything, suffers nothing.</i><p>—Ted Hughes<p>Crows. Crows. Crows. The first three spreads of Nadav Kander's enigmatically titled book, "Dust," show the dark silhouettes of branches against a night sky, with the black shadows of …

Editors’ Picks

As a lifelong vintage fanatic, I’ve gone through more than a few throwback fashion phases: head-to-toe polyester (oh, the sweating!), paper-thin crepe dresses from the 1940s, and psychedelic mod shifts come to mind. I don’t rock the poly these days, but I do make a point to include vintage details …

Grotesque Portraits of People Wearing a Junk Food Face Mask

Welcome to the sugar-coated nightmare. James Ostrer creates alluringly grotesque portraits of individuals suffocating in sweets for his series <i>Wosit</i> …

Gnocchi with Fennel and Horseradish

<i>When it comes to comfort food, nothing fills the gap more than a hearty gnocchi dish. Easy to whip up and tasty on the tongue, this flavoursome dish</i> …

Food

Face to face at Blum & Poe. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/17poe Photo by Willy Vanderperre, styled by Edward Enninful.

Glamping holidays: Devon's house in the treetops

Paradoxically, one of the very best things about being a parent is getting to be a great big kid again, with the added perk of wine and setting your own bedtime.<p>Take trees for example; after a certain age it’s not quite the done thing to clamber up and linger among the branches, however enticing. …