David Mach. If this name is familiar, it might be because I just featured his work in “Coathangers by David Mach.” Here is another series of the Scottish artist’s sculptural work. Very different from “Coathangers” though similar in scale or massiveness.
Using thousands of pounds of discarded magazines, Mach’s voluminous pieces appear like gigantic . . . → Read More: Voluminous magazine sculptures by David Mach
Ever get that sinking feeling? Like you are filled with concrete, your feet drag as you descend closer to the ground? That’s what I felt when I saw these images of vehicles being sucked into the ground in front of the CMP Block building in Taiwan. According to the CMP Block website, this installation . . . → Read More: Cars swallowed into a grassy field
London 1940 Southwark (detail)
Like a plant that blooms and wilts based upon the weather, cities grow and contract based upon the population as well as natural/man-made disasters like fires, floods and earthquakes. Oregon-based artist Matthew Picton builds 3-dimensional maps of cities that capture the state of the city during pivotal moments in their . . . → Read More: Paper cities by Matthew Picton