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New Panoramic Coffee Cup Illustrations by Adrian Hogan

June 2, 2016

Christopher Jobson

A video posted by Adrian Hogan (@adehogan) on Aug 6, 2015 at 8:15pm PDT Illustrator Adrian Hogan (previously) continues to document the world around him in these detailed panoramic coffee cup sketches which he draws and shares on Instagram in these fun videos. Whether sitting in the coffee shop itself or out and about around his home in Tokyo, he incorporates buildings, streets, friends, and the minutiae of everyday life as he works his way…

 

 



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Panoramic Coffee Cup Sketches by Adrian Hogan

May 12, 2015

Christopher Jobson

…Tokyo-based illustrator Adrian Hogan created a fun series of sketches last April where he drew panoramic views of streets and sidewalks around the outside of his coffee cups. In these brief videos he then slowly reveals each drawing against the backdrop of its subject. (via MAS Context) A video posted by Adrian Hogan (@adehogan) on Apr 25, 2015 at 10:34pm PDT A video posted by Adrian Hogan (@adehogan) on Apr 26, 2015 at 7:10pm PDT…

 

 



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A Beached Whale in the Forests of Argentina

May 15, 2012

Christopher Jobson

Argentinean sculptor Adrián Villar Rojas creates enormous sculptural works that seem like remnants of a science fiction movie set, or bizarre moments from a surreal dream. One of my favorite pieces is My Family Dead (2009), in which he created a life-size blue whale in the woods outside Ushuaia, Argentina. The beached cetacean is pockmarked with tree stumps, making me wonder if it’s being slowly claimed by the forest or perhaps…

 

 



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Antenna Telescopes on the Streets of Birmingham, UK

August 21, 2012

Christopher Jobson

…I love this piece seen on the streets of Digbeth, Birmingham, UK photographed by Davyd Samuels and Adrian Taylor. Anyone know the artist? (via street art utopia)…

 

 



Art History Photography

Photographers Create Meticulously Faithful Dioramas of Iconic Photos

March 17, 2015

Johnny Strategy

Making of “The Wright Brothers” (by John Thomas Daniels, 1903) “The Wright Brothers” (by John Thomas Daniels, 1903) It all started with a joke—a rather ironic challenge, if you will, to recreate the world’s most expensive photograph: Andreas Gursky’s Rhein II. Because for commercial photographers Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger, that meant tolling away in their spare time when money wasn’t coming in to…

 

 



Art Craft

Porcelain Sculptures Inspired by English and Japanese Botanics by Hitomi Hosono

November 21, 2016

Kate Sierzputowski

Merging botanical forms from England with the delicate plant shapes from her childhood in Japan, ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono produces delicate layered sculptures that appear as frozen floral arrangements. Often monochromatic, the works are focused on carved detail rather than color—repetition of form making each piece uniquely beautiful. “The subjects of my current porcelain works are shapes inspired by leaves and flowers,” said…

 

 



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New Porcelain Vessels Densely Layered in Leaf Sprigs and Other Botanical Forms by Hitomi Hosono

November 21, 2017

Kate Sierzputowski

Ceramicist Hitomi Hosono (previously) creates porcelain vessels layered in hundreds of leaf sprigs and other botanical forms. These monochromatic elements are based on plants Hosono encounters during walks through East London’s greenery. “It is my intention to transfer the leaf’s beauty and detail into my ceramic work,” she explains, using it as my own language to weave new stories for objects.” Her technique is inspired by…