Fear Expanded, an impressive installation by artist Ryan Everson.
My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future.
(via My Modern Met)
This Hanging Canvas Furniture created by Japanese design studio YOY is neat.
Constructed out of wood and and aluminum, the volume is covered by an elastic fabric, screen-printed with drawings of different types of furniture. The piece works when the frame is leaned against a wall, stretching when weight is applied, accommodating the user within the newly formed void. Available in three different sizes, the hanging seats come in stool, love seat, and sofa variations.
Wearable Foods is a series by Korean artist Yeonju Sung that presents a line of edible fashion. No need to worry about getting food on your clothes.
I create my own world of reality by generating a completely different set of images that contradict the conventional notion of food and clothes. As time goes by, the food from my work do go through a progression of disappearance due to the nature of food and gets gradually changed into the hideous state fading its shape and color in the process.
I drag out the types of images that can only exist in my mind and imagination into a reality and yet, it eventually disappears. I have physically made these images but they are the creation of illusion and ultimately what you see is the images of phantoms. My works remain as the medium of photographers, and it holds the time and makes us believe that the creation does exist in the real world.
(via My Modern Met)
Urban Letters by the knitting graffiti collective Yarn Bombing Los Angeles.
Yarn Bombing Los Angeles (YBLA) is a group of guerrilla knitters who have been collaborating since 2010 to stage public installations and performances to help expand the definition of public art to include self initiated, temporal urban interventions such as yarn bombing.
Tapete (Carpet) is a large carpet made from thousands of perfectly placed computer components: fans, cables, keyboard keys, motherboards, mice, and other parts by Federico Uribe.
Les Robes Géographiques by Elisabeth Lecourt
Sensitivity and vulnerability are the main subjects in the work of the artist Elisabeth Lecourt. In the work of Elisabeth Lecourt the feminine figure is seen like the spine of her house, like an essential component of this particular world. But the woman like structure to medular can be a contradiction, because although funge like the strong part that maintains the building, is also vulnerable and touching. The vulnerability of the human being, the fragility of the bodies exposed by Lecourt proposes a painful beauty as well, as much by the emotional thing of the topic like by its own necessity to understand our body and what there is within us.
(via This is Paper)
Architects Lily Jencks and Nathanael Dorent were commissioned by tile showroom Capital Designer Studio to craft a pop-up installation in London’s Primrose Hill to show just what one can do with porcelain tile. The result – a trippy space called Pulsate.
(via Design Milk)