Monday, 23 January 2012

Enlightening Cinna Monday - Inspiring art

Ignacio Torres, 'Stellar', 2011
Ignacio Torres is an artist and photographer currently working and living in New York City. 
He graduated in 2010 from the University of North Texas. 
'Stellar' is a series of animated gifs, created by three cameras, an external flash and some reflective confetti. The works are based on a scientific theory. 
A depiction of a 'cosmic birth', being trapped in space and time.

Paul Kwiatkowski, 'Haitian Vodou', 2011

Paul Kwiatkowski, 'Haitian Vodou', 2011

In the summer of 2011, New York City based writer and photographer, Paul Kwiatkowski traveled to the island Haïti. There he documented an unusual vodou pilgrimage that is held amongst inhabitants. 
Down in a cave people perform rituals and pray to the dead.

Stephane Vigny, Objet modifié; 'Lustre' ('Shine'), 2007 (150 x 60cm)

Tithi Kuchamuch, 'All year rings', 2008

Tithi Kuchamuch, 'Birtday rings', 2008

The other special project of Tithi Kuchmuch are a range of fold-out paper jewellery !
The 'All year rings' collection consists of twelve ring designs, all shaped like flowers that belong to each month. The rings are laser-cut and for the owner to assemble.

Tithi Kuchamuch also made the ‘Birthday ring’ collection. Here the 'All year rings' are divided into individual paper cards for each month. The cards include a laser-cut that can be folded into the flower-shaped ring that is resembling the birth flower of set month.

It is believed that 'birth month flowers' originated during the existence of the Roman Empire.

1 comment:

  1. Cool Chandelier!! Very unusual :)