Guy Greenberg – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

Photographer Guy Greenberg photographs his hometown of New York City, looking for difference in what he describes as “a city that’s increasingly flattened culturally.” His work explores the fluid nature of identity, exemplifying his interest in people and the strange circumstances that defy assimilation. See more form Guy Greenberg below! Source link

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Readymade Cross-Stitch and Floral Motifs Are Embroidered Directly into Porcelain Vases

 Craft #ceramics #cross-stitch #embroidery #porcelain January 7, 2021 Grace Ebert All images © Caroline Harrius, shared with permission Caroline Harrius merges two historically domestic crafts in her florally embroidered vases. The Stockholm-based artist shapes tall vessels and studs them with tiny holes just big enough for thread to pass through. Adorned with a readymade cross-stitch pattern or Harrius’s own floral motifs, the finished vases are semi-functional and visualize the intersections of gender and craft history, particularly in relation to decoration and purpose. Harrius recently graduated with a master’s degree…

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Enjoy the Art of Printmaking At Home with This Tabletop Press

 Design #DIY #letterpress #printmaking #typesetting January 7, 2021 Grace Ebert As an antidote to lockdown boredom, Sussex-based Tom Boulton designed a lightweight, portable printing press that brings the inky art form directly into people’s homes. In contrast to traditional machines that are heavy and bulky, the F-Press was created using 3-D printing and CNC machines and easily fits on a tabletop, letting users produce A5 artworks, greeting cards, and other type-based pieces even without access to large equipment. Boulton’s press already reached its goal on Crowdfunder, although you still…

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Dry Out: A Timelapse Chronicles Dozens of Leaves, Fruits, and Organisms As They Shrivel

 Food Science #evaporation #fish #fruit #leaves #timelapse #video #water January 7, 2021 Grace Ebert  “Dry Out” plunges into the minute details of the evaporation process through a dramatic series of timelapses. Shot with macro-lenses and microscopes, the grotesque short film by Christian Stangl reveals water droplets, leaves, and succulent fares, like berries and even whole fish, transforming into their gaseous counterparts during the course of days and weeks. Watch more of Stangl’s films that dive into the lengthy processes of the natural world on Vimeo, and check out…

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