The work of young Québécois artist Jannick Deslauriers emphasizes art’s most fragile elements, through a mass of translucent fabric. Her delicate fibre art spins out thread sculptures that send strong messages, covering the ghosts of cities, people and of war. (Above: The ghost of the Van Horne House, 2006-07, embroidery on tulle and organza, 60″x48″x24″)
Artist Jason Hackenwerth Unveils Massive New Balloon Sculpture at Edinburgh International Science Festival. See many more photos on Colossal: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/03/jason-hackenwerth-pisces
Li Hongbo is a Beijing-based artist who turns ordinary paper into extraordinary sculptures - The sculptures are incredibly detailed and realistic but also bend and flex in incredible ways. Imagine how much time this took! So cool!