Photography: A behind-the-scenes look at the new Printed Pages cover process
If you’re a regular reader of the site you’re probably pretty familiar with the above image by now. It’s a cheeky little photo of an orange and a white hen’s egg engaged in a tender embrace. It was shot for us by Italian photographer Maurizio Di Iorio, a creative we’d not had the pleasure of working with before. We’ve known his work for a long time though and have always been enamoured with his still life imagery – although he’s equally adept at capturing the female form with similarly…
“Irving Penn’s still-life and found object photographs are heralded for their unique arrangements and clarity. In Red Apples, Penn rejects traditional decorative tools and backgrounds t…
Melons made of cork | STYLEPARK
At young Italian label “Discipline” the focus is on creating furniture using simple shapes and natural materials. Lars Beller was moved by wrack found on the beach when designing a stool for them, while Sarah Illenberger cut up a bunch of fruit and vegetables for the label’s first campaign.
Who could have thought that moldy, rotten fruit could be beautiful? As it turns out, anything is possible at the hands of talented artist, Kathleen Ryan. Ryan has perfected the art of turning fruit sculptures into mesmerizing, moldy-looking pieces of art. To make the fruit, she uses a polystyrene base measuring up to 28 inches in width.
Moldy Fruit Sculptures Formed From Precious Gemstones Challenge Perceptions of Decoration and Decay
Artist Kathleen Ryan creates a conversation between the beautiful and the grotesque in her oversized sculptures of mold-covered fruit. The New York-based artist uses precious and semi-precious stones like malachite, opal, and smoky quartz to form the simulacrum of common green rot on each fruit. Wor
Design Milk on Instagram: “@thetwopercent checked out this year’s #ArmoryArtFairWeek and found seven incredible artworks, including @katieryankatieryan’s moldy fruit…”
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