Sculpture Works by Stephen Shaheen

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 26, 2012
Stephen Shaheen is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work explores the porous borders between art, design and architecture. His work spans both manual and digital processes, and employs materials as diverse as repurposed found objects, marble, and recycled denim fiber.

Video: Kaws's "Companion" Debuts tomorrow at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Street Art // Wednesday, November 21, 2012
The 86th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade along New York’s Central Park goes down tomorrow, meaning plenty of massive balloon characters, custom floats, marching bands, and all things visually and musically loud. This will be the first time since Keith Haring that an artist who began his career in graffiti has contributed to the parade. Brian Donnelly aka Kaws, will have his signature character “Companion” floating high above in the balloon line-up, a unique opportunity for any artist.

Drying of Thoughts by Lido Rico

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 17, 2012
Lidó Rico suffers and, as in his paradoxical imaginary, he enjoys building his own body, his process has a little bit of performance or action painting.(45) What we ha ve isn’t the remaining, and nor the process is something unessential, on the contrary, immersion and the final sculptural body, the act of getting into plaster and the figure coming out of the wall are, in all senses, the same work of art....

Patrick Dougherty's "Ballroom" outside Melbourne's Federation Square

Street Art // Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Similar to the evasive plant Kudzu here in America, the Australian willow tree has become a nuisance and problem for other vegetation, even affecting the habitat of fish and local wildlife.  Dougherty recognizes the over abundance of the willow tree saplings and sticks utilizing them for this outdoor sculpture in part of his “Stickwork” series.

Hair Sculptures by Tress Agoche

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 12, 2012
We woke up this morning to a unique update in our mailbox, a friend sending us pictures of the incredible hair sculptures by French hairdreseer, Tress Agoche. The artists note, "it is a vision of a new era which gives birth to an evolved future where the audience experiences the gift that is woman. In this, we create a capsule of work that becomes timeless and unbound, a vision for future observers to witness. Indefinite and inevitable, this future will exist."

Sculptures Made of Flowers for Bloemencorso

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 12, 2012
Have thousands of dahlias, will make sculptures. You don't need to wait for the Rose Bowl Parade to see some amazing floats. You can just see the Bloemencorso festival in the Netherlands, where floats are created with thousands of flowers. The colors and structures are very impressive, and quite unbelievable. 

The Awakening Sculpture in Washington, DC by J. Seward Johnson

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 09, 2012
We are in a Washington, DC mood this week, obviously, and perhaps the locales there knew about J. Seward Johnson's amazing The Awakening sculpture, but we just learned of it. The 70 foot sculpture has been around since 1980, and was selected for the International Sculpture Conference Exhibition. The piece is made of aluminum, with much buried under the surface.Of course, the parts that are visible make the piece that much more dramatic.

Steven Harrington x Case Studyo: The Thinker

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Fresh off a late summer show at Known Gallery and various projects throughout the year, LA-based artist Steven Harrington is set to release a new porcelain sculpture with Belgium's Case Studyo this Friday, November 9. The special piece is made in an edition of 25.

Wood Sculptures by Dan Webb

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Gessato always posts amazing things on their site (contributor Allison Parker seems to find the good stuff), and they got us onto the amazing wood sculpture work of Dan Webb this morning. A mixture of every objects (a slept on pillow) and the surreal (sneakers attached to bones attached to a slab of wood), the incredible detail that Webb carves and sculpts shows how masterly he can be with everyday wood.

A Car Crash Painted Body Sculpture

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
At first we didn't have a clue of what we were looking at, but then the piece begins to take shape. You are looking at a depiction of a car crash, as composed by painitng humans and organizing them in the shape of the crash. Australian aritst Emma Hack created the piece with 17 people, and over 18 hours of work. Watch the video...  

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