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Category Archives: sculpture

To celebrate the iconic Pantone color chips, the Basheer Graphic Book agency has built a Pantone Rainbow spanning 8 meters and made of 5,000 colours.

Beautiful and bizzare hanging installations of stuffed animals and fruit suspended in mid-air in geometric patterens by Claire Morgan.

Right, take the whole text of Romeo & Juliet, separate out every word said in passion into one pile, everything said in rage in another, and then a final group that wasn’t passion or rage. Finally arrange them lovingly in three collages, and what do you have? The latest piece of mastery from Sam Winston.

[via ItsNiceThat]

Great new print and poster campaign for Ben & Jerry’s making use of psychedelic typography and headlines which although they aren’t my bag baby, they still look great in the art style installations.

[via Magenta Links]






Julien De Repentigny aka Visual Advice produces stunning 3D typographical pieces for exhibitions, adverts, photography and more. See more of his stunning creations here.

Dushi – “supersized stuffed animals” The solo show of Florentijn Hofman at Galerie West in The Hague.

Walking with Dinosaurs – The Live Show is possibly one of the best things I’ve ever seen!

Thomas Allen’s photographs are inspired by his childhood experiences with pop-up books and View-Masters. He begins his process by cutting figures and images out of illustrated pages of old books and vintage fiction novels. Allen then cleverly rearranges and juxtaposes the forms to create three-dimensional scenes.

[via The brilliant It’s Nice That book]