Fiber Bubbles by Alejandro Sales, Barcelona, Spain. Here the bubbles are to capture and use the light as a enhancer vs. to hold the actual light, as so often with pendant lights. Here they are more akin to the crystals on a chandelier.
we could make some relatively simple geods with lighting gels or thin plastic and shine light in them for a dramatic effect Via Lionel Esteve, "Prototype for a Chaos II" 2010 Courtesy: Galerie Perrotin, Paris
***styrofoam could be small enough to be harvested from tv etc. cut tiles and backlight on transparent base*** (styrofoam, light) Trever Nicholas, Luma (Voronoi Cellscape), Minneapolis Instiute of Arts, Minneapolis.
Beautiful lamp shades - paint doilies (or leave them natural), cover in wallpaper paste and stick to a balloon. Wait for the dollies to dry (preferably overnight), pop the balloon. Et voila! Its a bowl.a lampshade.you decide.
Merging botanical forms from England with the delicate plant shapes from her childhood in Japan, ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono produces delicate layered sculptures that appear as frozen floral arrangements. Often monochromatic, the works are focused on car
skeletales: Installed earlier this summer at the Chatham Historic Dockyard, Ephemeral Rays is a new work by artist Charlotte Smith. The piece consists of several hundred lights on filaments that fill a large window of a galvanizing shop.
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably lived in a psychiatric institution for the last four decades - has been obsessed with dots and infinity for her entire career, an inspiration she. - Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably.
"Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder" was an installation by Australian artist Nike Savvas. An immense array of suspended bouncy balls creating a dense field of color in the gallery space that was gently moved in waves by a fan