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From the engraving on the copper plate through the acid bath to the printing process in the press

Artist and illustrator Ugo Gattoni presents his first drypoint etching, made in the Urdla print facility in Villeurbanne (France). Edited in December 2015 by Sold Art online art gallery, this dreamlike composition featuring some references to his girlfriend Sybille’s anatomy, as well as Escher’s perspective work.

Noah Klocek, a leading designer and art director in the animation industry

When Noah was young he imagined that he would spend his life in a small cottage in the English countryside painting and drawing alone. Yet he has found that collaborating with others has been the greatest joy and made him a far stronger artist than he could have ever been on his own.

Salt sculptures carved and eroded by a cow

Small salt sculptures carved by bruna own cow, random position and observation time are the main factors that define the shape of the sculptures are exposed and subsequently eroded by the cow until they disappear.

“Peine del Viento” and Eduardo Chillida

The most emblematic work of Eduardo Chillida. It is designed to be manufactured in corten steel in order to stand the test of time and the strong erosion of the sea and wind. The “Peine del viento” is presented as a monumental set of three solid steel shapes, powerfully fixed to the rocks, opened like huge claws defying the laws of nature. “It took me 25 years to `hit´ with the design, from 1952 with the first comb, until 1977 with `Peine del viento´ in Donostia.”

Steven Spazuk, the fire painter

For the past 14 years, Steven Spazuk has developed and perfected a unique technique that allows him to use the flame of a candle or the flame of a torch as a pencil to create his paintings with trails of soot.

Diem. Ateneu il·lumina’t

The project suggests a link between the light and the word as a knowledge metaphor. In this project, both are the same thing that allows to make visible, to understand, to share and to spread both concepts understood as a means and not as an end. They suggest an installation that represents the purest essence of the Ateneu.

Long Distance Art One artist, two robots and three paintings

Alex is using two industrial robots (ABB IRB 4600) who are fed by real-time tracking data from Vienna via satellite connection to the remote cities. The result will be three artworks that are later brought together to built a triptych.

Taming the wild by 3dneighbours

Taming the Wild is an installation that reflects this dialogue between the natural course that leaves follow, and our ability to mould them into the forms that we wish. It will be part of the Bagni di Lucca Art Festival located in the beautifull region of Tuscany, Italy.

Oguz Uygur, paper marbling

Today in The Method Case, Oguz Uygur, a Turkish artist and his Paper Marbling. His parents perform this art (Ebru in Turkish, Paper Marbling in English) and the footage was shot for a promo piece. He was working on back then and his dad asked him to put a video together for him. This is what came out of that.

Embroidered portraits as paintings by Cayce Zavaglia

She still considers herself a painter and find it difficult not to refer to these embroidered portraits as “paintings”.

Li Hongbo, made of Paper

“This visual impact had me realize that an alternative possibility existed in the language of paper texture and form: from concrete to abstract; from physical to the intangible; from standardization to liberation; or vice versa. The continuity of paper has thus become a key element in the language expression here; its gathering and dispersing, ups and downs, twists and turns have presented to us a set of unpredictable images.”

Circle of Life by Yué Wu

The talented Parisian artist Yué Wu, presented his unique artwork – “The Circle of Life”, an installation & animation film. Making of Circle of Life inside.

Hero by Miguel Endara

Miguel Endara‘s Hero is an intricate portrait (to severely understate it) of his father created entirely out of ink dots, 3.2 million of them in fact. Yes that’s right, 3.2 million.

The whole world installation by Chris Sauter

A short documentary made in association with Glasstire.com that follows the process of artist Chris Sauter as he creates an installation entitled “The Whole World”. Curated by Alison Hearst and Leslie Murrell of Subtext Projects as part of the exhibition Wish You Were Here at the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Gallery.

Valse automatique by Hermann August Weizenegger

“The old Orpheus played his Lyre so beautifully, that he did not only delight the ancient gods, but also made stones melt away. He would have found great joy in a collaboration of a designer and a musician together with craftsmen, sound engineers and interface designers, bringing their talents together to create a synesthetic as well as synergetic happening.”

Senseless drawing bot by So Kanno & Takahiro Yamaguchi

This is a self-generated drawing machine that using chaotic movement of double pendulum and drawing abstract line dynamically in realtime. The modified electric skateboard with double pendulum detecting the direction of the movement of pendulum by rotary encoder on the fulcrum of it and amplify the wobble by moving right and left.


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