If you've ever wondered how can one womanize a barrow and a spade... well, you have too much free time. Anyway, the answer is given by Cal Lane. The artist uses the contradiction to create these empathic scenery. Her works reunite opposite concepts like strong/delicate, masculine/feminine, fancy/functional in subtle harmony. It's amazing how natural a lace barrel looks like.
Debbie Smyth is a textile artist, well-known for her thread drawings. These playful and sophisticated contemporary artworks are created by stretching a network of threads between accurately plotted pins.
Wim Delvoye is a Belgian neo-conceptual artist known for his unusual and not seldom shocking works. Born in 1965 in Wervik, a small town in West Flanders, Belgium, Delvoye is, what we like to call, a complete artist, with eclactic works ranging from photography
Inspired by kirigami, the japanese art of cutting and folding paper, Lorenzo Duran uses leaves for his cutaway art. After chosing the right ones, he washes and dries the leaves and carefully cuts away segments with a scalpel, resulting these stunning geometrical