Porcelain Busts Imprinted with Chinese Decorative Designs by Ah Xian
Chinese artist Ah Xian lives and works in Sydney where for nearly two decades he has explored aspects of the human form using ancient Chinese craft methods including porcelain, lacquer, jase, bronze, and even concrete. The artist often uses busts of his own family members including his wife, brother
Art by Mona Hatoum | Reminds me of something I saw on an episode of Fringe. 2 objects occupying the same space but on different dimensions, but for some reason, the two dimensions converge and somewhat intersect the objects.
Defaced_4060. Limited Edition 3 of 20 Photograph
This photo shows the rural decay of old posters and wallpapers. It could imply that no matter how famous we become we all end up slipping back one way or another into obscurity. However, I like the simplicity of this photo as it can be done by stripping old paper off walls.
Chilean Artist Livia Marin's Creative Broken China Series - Cube Breaker
London based artist Livia Marin’s Nomad Patterns takes a look at broken porcelain china which have somehow still retained their beautiful patterns and designs. She was greatly influenced by what she observed in her native Chile during the 1990s as it transitioned from a profoundly overt disciplinary regime to a strongly developed neo-liberal economic agenda. …