Posts Tagged: Australia
Amusing, yet slightly unsettling, these creative sculptures are the work of Australian artist Freya Jobbins. The need to create art from recycled materials in a society that is overspending on plastic toys, is where she draws inspiration from, alongside the artworks of Ron Mueck, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, or Gunther von Hagen.
Has anyone told you lately you got your head in the clouds? How about living in one? Architecture studio McBride Charles Ryan took on the challenge and came up with this "heavenly" approach for a double-fronted Edwardian house in Fitzroy North.
Australian artist Sean Avery has an unique way of expressing his sculptural talents. He creates these amazing sculptures using recycled materials like old CDs, computer hard drives, and so on, giving them a feel of organic and a distinctive sense of movement.
Completed in 2009, this 3,121 square foot contemporary home, designed by Australian studio McBride Charles Ryan feels like a half space, half enclosed, half open. Neither in nor out – a new version of the good old Aussie veranda.
Originally from the United States, Kris Kuksi has spent most of his childhood in the countryside with his mother and two siblings, that were much older than him. His father abandoned him and his stepfather hadn't given him much attention or an education. More than
Australian-born Justin Cooper (Justin Cooper) takes on fashion and beauty in a professional environment for the past five years. Cooper's work explores the face "like a door, which opens the internal state model."
Originally from the island of Tasmania, Luke Randall is a director/animator currently based in Melbourne, Australia. Luke has been fortunate enough to work on CG TV series, video game cinematic and animated feature films over the past couple of years and has
The artist Spencer Tunick put out the call - and Sydney answered. More than 5000 volunteers began arriving from 4am, queueing from the Opera House forecourt round to the Museum of Contemporary Art to be part of the American's nude art installation; a crowd so big