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La Machine

At the heart of La Machine’s artistic approach, movement is interpreted as a language, a source of emotion. Through each of their living architectures, you can dream [...]

Insomniac Rationality

It is not the slumber of reason that engenders monsters, but vigilant and insomniac rationality By using different media, such as sculpture, installation, drawing and [...]

The Child Inside

How to reach the child on the other side? Or maybe inside of me? Jurga’s flair has revealed a completely new way of sculpting avoiding the refinement of the classical [...]

Mandala Visions

Just by using the natural materials he finds in forests, parks, and beaches near his home in Yorkshire, England, James Brunt let his mandala visions run riot. It’s a [...]

A Clockwork Sculptor

Born in the Netherlands, October 1937, Herman Makkink became interested in art in 1961, when he was living in Japan. Later, in southern California, having seen the art boxes [...]

Paper Roll Faces

Born in 1979 in Haiti, Junior Fritz Jacquet was fifteen when he discovered the origami in a Parisian library. Since his expertise was inspired by ancestral origami techniques [...]

Shopping Lounger

It might not be the most comfortable lounger you’ll ever stretch your bones out on, but Mike Bouchet’s Shopping Cart Sun Lounger just might be the ultimate LIAS HQ gear. [...]

Joker’s Funhouse

Lego builder Paul Hetherington has a special talent for bringing the home-base of Batman’s most iconic foe to life, to the point of making him somehow enchanting and [...]

Hyper Realistic

This is the story of a Milwaukee man, an extremely talented sculptor whose works are found all over the world. His name is Marc Sijan, and his art form is Hyper Realism. Most [...]

Nostalgia

Born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, in 1977, that’s right after traveling from Havana, where now he works and lives, to New York that Yoan Capote used his own luggage to [...]