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Kalifa Dong

Always cool to check out the sites of commenters on the blog. Found Kalifa's work through his comment on a post last week, loving the palette / cast of these shots. Really great stuff, hope to see ...

Open/w Wednesday::I was watching the snow hit the ground.I heard footsteps but i thought they were from an animal.I saw a big black shadow so i pulled my gun out from behind my back,I point at you "Who are you?" i say a bit scared.

Open/w Wednesday::I was watching the snow hit the ground.I heard footsteps but i thought they were from an animal.I saw a big black shadow so i pulled my gun out from behind my back,I point at you "Who are you?" i say a bit scared.

Melting Men by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, Berlin. This amazing installation of 1,000 melting figures was done in collaboration with the WWF to highlight global warming and bring awareness on the rapid loss of ice worldwide. I have such admiration for artists whose work vanishes so quickly.

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Melting Men by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, Berlin. This amazing installation of 1,000 melting figures was done in collaboration with the WWF to highlight global warming and bring awareness on the rapid loss of ice worldwide. I have such admiration for artists whose work vanishes so quickly.

.:* L - In his installation, reverse of volume RG, Yasuaki Onishi uses the simplest materials - plastic sheeting and black hot glue - to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space. The process that he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping the plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes, which are then removed to leave only their impressions. This process of reversing sculpture is Onishi’s meditation on the nature of the negative space, or void, left…

.:* L - In his installation, reverse of volume RG, Yasuaki Onishi uses the simplest materials - plastic sheeting and black hot glue - to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space. The process that he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping the plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes, which are then removed to leave only their impressions. This process of reversing sculpture is Onishi’s meditation on the nature of the negative space, or void, left…

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