Art Design Magazine

Art Design Magazine

Art Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Entangled Hands

The sculpture Entangled Hands is part of the Slicing series started in 2014. The aim was to fuse digital and traditional techniques to produce innovative works of art. The sculpture forms a symbol of love. It is the Unification of two beings merging into one another. They seem to perform a sensual dance, its beat given through the steps of the sliced forms. The elongated fingers and the fused base form a long winding movement so the sculpture´s energy is kept within the inherent triangle of the silhouette.

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30s

The work was designed for drinking cognac. It is free-blown in a glass studio. This makes every glass piece individual. Glass is easy to grab and looks interesting from all angles. The shape of the glass reflects light from different angles adding extra enjoyment to drinking. Due to the flattened shape of the cup, you can place the glass on the table as you wish resting on either of its sides. The name and idea of the work celebrate the ageing of the artist. The design reflects the nuances of ageing and invokes the tradition of ageing cognac improving in quality.

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Porous Manifold

This is a temporary Japanese tearoom exhibited in Echigo-tsumari Art Triennale 2018 and has a nested structure with two-tatami space embedded in ten foot square. In this exhibition, architects were asked to respond to the theme of how to overcome the concept of homogeneous space that was dominant in the 20th century. The skeleton was designed using the random pattern which was called Voronoi Division to distort homogeneous space. And it was proposed that the architecture with a large number of holes what could be opened and closed as needed to communicate with the outside like a living thing.

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In Art We Live

"In Art We Live" is an installation that serves as both a visual merchandising display and an art piece in Hong Kong's K11. The quote expresses K11's core values of "Art, People, Nature", bringing fine arts into a retail environment for the public to enjoy. The piece is fitted with LED lights that are programmed to change colours throughout the day, making it more alive and eye-catching for shoppers.

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Meteorite No.K11

"The Meteorite No.K11" was created on the main piazza of the Guangzhou K11 mall to celebrate multiple occasions - the K11 brand's 10th anniversary, the Guangzhou branch's grand opening events and the 2019 holiday season. The 10-meter-high art piece took on the form of a radial meteorite, making an impact onto our planet. Its body is crafted of stainless steel, finished in a futuristic metallic chrome. Digital lighting was programmed to changed colors in pulsating rhythms to achieve an energetic and hip visual effect.

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Honeycomb

Honeycomb's design is a combination of nature, geometry, and data technology. Honeycomb design element is straight lines, while the queen bee uses arc lines, using 3D data generation and 3D laser cutting technology. The whole hive gives a sense of the joy of eating a few mouthfuls of honey. The intersecting and subtracting of the square body and the sphere add interest and make use of the mechanical characteristics of the arch structure to balance its own force. The device don’t destroy the original indoor structure and defines the recreational function of the open corridor area.

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