Immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of the “Rêverie” mobile, an enchanting kinetic sculpture by Japanese design company, Mother Tool. Artfully constructed from numerous leaf-shaped wood pieces suspended on a string, “Rêverie” soothes the eye and sparks playful curiosity
Often in design, the most simple-looking object can be the most complex. There is a real art to this concept of “filtering down”, where only the essential is left to shine through. An artwork or object with exquisite composition and proportion requires enormous amounts of work and small
American creative Anne Lilly has really elevated the field of sculpture with her work, creating intricate and complex engineered works of art from metal and other materials.
I've been admiring these fantastic mobiles made by Brooklyn-based Noah Spencer, a selection of wooden geometric shapes that are strung together and balanced accordingly.
Talented Japanese designer Shigeki Fujishiro has created these wonderful kinetic sculptures under the series name Frames, with his ideas being to represent both time and space.
In my article on CY Twombly a few weeks back I promised that I’d explore the works of Alexander Calder sometime in the near future. That day is today, I’m going to shed some thoughts on the individual, why he inspired me and also use this post to present some wonderful works that he’s created