French artist Mathilde Roussel created these suspended anthropomorphic sculptures titled Lifes of Grass using soil and wheat grass seeds that, just like a chia pet, slowly transform with the growth of grass. Roussel has exhibited these works in numerous gallery spaces since 2010, especially in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
These complex pieces are symbolic of the intricate structure and layers of delicate balance associated with a heart. Developed by designer Frank Tjepkema, or Tjep., The pieces are intended to represent various moods of the heart and link to themes such as “fragility, passion, uncertainty, and desire.” Estas piezas complejas son un símbolo de la compleja estructura y las [...]
Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz travels around to find abandoned structures and bring them back to life. By adding eyes and facial features he makes old buildings look at the passersby with their big window eyes. The artist says that he likes to play with space and objects and is inspired by the place itself. [...]