A nice new sculpture in an edition of 12 by HuskMitNavn.

Available through Toykyo

A Closer Look at American Culture as Seen in this Falla

The Internet Explorer logo kind of threw me off but, it’d be cool to see Ron English do one of these.

David Ellis Kinetic Sound Installation at PULSE NY

David Ellis Kinetic Sound Installation from The World's Best Ever on Vimeo.

Go see this immediately, it’s worth the price of admission alone.

TR & ASH – Talkin’ Rubbish cuz All Suckaz Hate – (David Ellis and Roberto Lange)
“True Value (Paint Fukket)”
Kinetic sound installation
Dimensions variable

The work is being displayed by Joshua Liner Gallery in the ‘IMPULSE’ section of the PULSE Art Fair.


Morning Dose of The Clock Clock

Created by Humans since 1982

A Delicious Looking Skull

Christopher Chiappa’s sculpture of a skull made out of McDonalds French Fries Skull is just one part of a diptych titled, McMiracles. You can find out more about Chris at Kate Werble Gallery.

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Hans Hemmert photowork

Hans Hemmert sculpture, for more images of Hans’s work go here.

Conan Made Out of Legos

Once again this week, we look at the work of Nathan Sawaya. This time it’s a commissioned sculpture of Conan, and it’s big.

KAWS Companion (Robert Lazzarini Versions)

Damn, I’m really into seeing what the profile of these collabs looks like.  If anybody wants to line this guy writing here up with a grey version (above), much appreciated. Brown and black colorways after the jump.

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Knittaplease for Insight Clothing

“Knitted Motorcycle With Side Cart & Helmet” (video after jump)
On top of nice threads, Insight does some pretty cool projects. You should check out more here
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Mickey Duck

A new sculpture by HuskMitNavn made in collaboration with Toykyo

Mechanical creatures

The Singing Robot Cricket by Reinhard Gupfinger explores the relationship between Japanese culture and the fascination with the tiny little creature.  The robot uses light to control and navigate it. Check out the video after jump.

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One Hundred and Eight by Nils Völker

One Hundred and Eight is an interactive installation created by Nils Völker where garbage bags are selectively inflated and deflated by two cooling fans.

“One program is running on an Arduino mounted to the lower side taking control of a set of shift registers that trigger the relays individually. A camera is mounted to the ceiling above and connected to a computer on which a second program (Processing) is running. The program registers and tracks movement via the camera and sends the necessary information via a serial connection to the microcontroller.”

Learn more about the project here

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