“The Deductions of Universe” is a recent paper art exhibition by Jody Xiong. He set up an explosion device in a closet to capture the interaction between heaven and mankind, as well as an imitation of the big bang. Eight volunteers chose pigments they like, connected them with the explosion device and put them into an enclosed closet with a sheet of paper. The volunteers then used their mind to press the button. The pigments exploded, forming arbitrary images on the paper.
Maiko Takeda came to prominence in 2-13 with her collection “Atmospheric Reentry.”
Her work focuses on a passion for geometry and space.
The color and shape of this headpiece remind me of a civilization that lives underwater, on a planet in a far away universe.
Exceptional detail and skill combine to make something truly original.
I’ve seen this piece twice now.
Legend has it that it was made for Terence Conran.
It’s the perfect boy’s toy, exactly what all our dad’s should have bought us.
I love that this piece is so empowering; it’s all about getting one to make something.
It also happens to be very beautifully made, and craft is a passion of mine.
It’s always a pleasure to see this kind of dedication to skill.