HYPNOTIC GRAPHICS BY WANG AND SODERSTROM

by Ariadna Zierold

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Copenhagen based Swedish artist and designer Anny Wang and Tim Söderström create a series of hypnotic graphic animations. Their animations explore the application of color to animated forms. Having worked as architects, as well as 3D artists, Anny and Tim have taken their exploration of 3D software from working on real architectural projects to building hyper-real environments based on illustration and animation. The studio strive to create mind tickling and unexpected experiences through materiality and technology.

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MYSTICAL ENVIRONMENTS BY NICOLE GUSTAFSSON

by Ariadna Zierold

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Nicole Gustafsson (previously featured here) is the creator behind NIMASPROUT. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and pet kids. Nicole works as a full time illustrator, specializing in traditional media paintings featuring everything from woodland characters and environments, to pop culture based projects for various galleries.

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POLARIZED ENVIRONMENTS BY SALLY DENG

by Ariadna Zierold

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Sally Deng grew up in a dual existence between living for months in China and traveling back to Los Angeles where her family owned a diner in downtown Los Angeles. This presence of opposites coming together is a recurring theme in Deng’s work, through which she creates thoughtful environments in which she is able to harmonize between polarized elements.

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3D MODELS THAT LOOK LIKE PAINTINGS BY JASPER DE BEIJER

by Ariadna Zierold

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Dutch artist Jasper de Beijer uses sculpture-based photography to inspire new ideas about the past. The underlying theme in his work is the impact that the media’s representation has on our collective understanding of history. de Beijer aims to deconstruct the media by staging historical events as 3D models, photographing them and then distorting them in his studio- the result of which looks stunningly more like drawings or illustrations than actual photographs. Each image taken is of a physical set made of drawn material and constructed bodies, environments, and ephemera.

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Sublime Environments by Judy Chicago and Materials & Applications

“Disappearing Environments, a public art installation performed by Judy Chicago, Lloyd Hamrol, and Eric Orr in 1968 was recreated and reinterpreted by Materials & Applications in collaboration with internationally renowned artist Judy Chicago and participants from the local community. An installation consisting of 25 tons of dry ice in pyramid formations shrouding the environment with fog was illuminated with road flares served as a conceptual commentary on the rapid commercial development in Los Angeles. Video directed and edited by Peter Kirby.

“Disappearing Environments was a public art installation performed by Judy Chicago for Pacific Standard Time. For more info on Judy Chicago visit http://pacificstandardtime.org

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