Spanish artist David Catá uses his body as a canvas, writing an autobiographical diary. In his ongoing series ‘A Flor De Piel’, he embroiders portraits of people who have influenced or marked his life – family, friends, teachers, lovers, partners – sewn into the palm of his hand. Catá uses his body as a canvas for his project Overexposed Emotions which illustrates how much the members of his family, including his girlfriend, Tamara, are woven into his life.
Each eye-watering artwork takes about four hours to complete, after which David, a music student and artist, films himself picking the stitches out of his hands. Using a needle he very carefully pierces the top layer of his skin before drawing the thread through to create a stitch.
Sergio Garcia is a Cuban-American artist, a sculptor and a painter who uses art as a mean for exploring his personal identity, both past and present within the context of the ever present human condition and the socio-political environment.
Commissioned to create a series of ping pong sculptures to reflect and symbolize Ping Pong and the world we currently live in, Lazerian Design Studios came up with a collection consisting of a cctv camera, a hammer, a hand, a teapot, a pill and a 42.
Symbolising the intensity of a game of ping pong from spectators. It also represents the fact that we are always being watched by cctv cameras from somewhere without us even knowing.
The hand symbolises the human interaction with the game and the fact we are all loosing sight to the handcraft of items with moving into a digital age
Representing the social side to the sport. It was also the first 3d computer graphic item which brings us into todays 3d digital computer age.
The meaning of life
Everyone wants to win and hammer the person at the game and also the destruction that one does to the world without much thought