Anne Ten Donkelaar

L’Oriol em va passar fa unes dies l’enllaç d’aquesta artista holandesa i vaig quedar al·lucinada de la bellesa d’aquestes peces. Unes joies visuals amb papallones, libél·lules i altres insectes trobats. Preciós!

Oriol sent me the link of this Dutch artist and I was stunned with the beauty of these pieces. Visual jewels with butterflies, dragonflies and other insects she have found. Beautiful!

“A damaged butterfly, a broken twig, a bumblebee, some strangely grown weeds: I find all these unique discoveries in my path and then take them home to my studio. Here, I take my time to explore the objects and try to work out how I can show each one to it’s best advantage. My finds inspire me. While looking at them I can invent my own stories about their existence and their lives. By protecting these precious pieces under glass, I give the objects a second life and hope to inspire people to make up their own stories about them.”

Steampunk insects by Mike Libby

Dels llibres de ciència-ficció, passant pel cyberpunk, per arribar al steam-punk. La història segueix evolucionant, ara podem trobar aquestes meravelloses escultures a mans de l’artista Mike Libby. Espero que us agradin! Jo m’he enamorat sobretot de les papallones, la meva debilitat!

From the sci-fi books, going trough the cyberpunk, and finally evolving into the steam-punk. The story is still growing, and nowadays we can find these gorgeous insect ‘sculptures’, created by the talented artist Mike Libby. I hope you like them! I felt in love with all butterflies!

Diamonds & Dead Things

“Art is far too important to be taken seriously”

Diamonds and Dead Things

Diamonds and Dead things is the brain child of Kelly McCallum and Märta Mattsson.
A constantly evolving project in which anything goes and everything is possible. D&D is not a straightforward collaboration of ideas or a way to share the making of pieces, but an opportunity to throw caution to the wind and to create work in which each artist does not always have complete control. It’s about constructing opportunities for creative play, to search for the magical in the unexpected and to allow two creative minds free reign to explore all that is possible.