Korean sculptor Chan-girl Park works different types of metal shapes into amazing human and animal forms. Using specially cut metal sheets, like those found in three dimensional topography charts, Park layers the thin sheets, or what he calls “sliced images,” into realistic forms. Park also welds thousands of small steel nuts together creating the . . . → Read More: Metal sculptures by Chan-girl Park
Imagine the possibilities of being able to stitch through concrete!
Concrete Cloth, produced by Concrete Canvas Ltd, a UK-based company, is “a flexible cement impregnated fabric that hardens on hydration to form a thin, durable water proof and fire proof concrete layer. Essentially, it’s concrete on a roll, all you have to do is . . . → Read More: Stitching through concrete using “Concrete Cloth”
"Jazz Hands" by Eric Kim
Capturing a good street shot can be like the search for a Platonic ideal. The right person, in the right setting, at the right angle, with the right lighting. The noted photographer Bruce Gilden set the bar high when he said – “If you can smell . . . → Read More: Inspiring “how to” videos on street photography by Erik Kim, Joe Wigfall and Bruce Gilden