Helen Friel - “Here’s Looking at Euclid” (paper sculptures of mathematician Oliver Byrne’s illustrations of Euclid’s Elements, 2012)
Amazing sculptural rendition of one of the most beautiful books of all time, eccentric Victorian mathematician Oliver Byrne’s illustrations for Euclid’s Elements – a glorious intersection of art and science.
Round & Round by Louis Lim
Hidden under the seat of the bench, the storage bins can continuously slide around the entire perimeter of the bench.
Wow, I see this and two things come to mind:
Now these two are fighting for control over the typewriter in my head. Ahhhh!
Street artist and illustrator Daan Botlek is based in Rotterdam, Netherlands and is known for his strange form of character-driven street art. His generally simplistic, site-specific figures often interact with the space around them, passing in and out of unseen dimensions, shedding skin in the process. Kind of like morbid Keith Haring, no? You can see much more of his work over on Flickr.
How the Geneva Drive (the mechanical step that makes the second hand on a clock work by turning constant rotation into intermittent motion) works.
Sukhi Barber was born in Hertfordshire, England. From an early age she was drawn to the classical and ancient traditions of art and philosophy, which led her to undertake a traditional sculptural training at The City and Guilds of London Art School. There she gained a firm grasp of figurative clay modeling and life drawing, graduating in 1995 with the prize for sculpture, and a scholarship from Madame Tussauds. (Albemarle Gallery London)