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Factory Dreams

At the age of 7, Mimmo Laganà was already an apprentice in a studio of cinematographic illustrations and theatrical choreography. At the age of 12, he worked in a workshop [...]

Chainsaw Art

Even though he only began to carve wood in 2014, Gabi Rizea’s knowledge and skill level has rapidly grown. His latest piece Apa — which means water in Romanian — [...]

Human Edition

Edward Theodore Gein, better known as Ed Gein, is one of the most popular serial killer ever lived. His gruesome crimes gained worldwide notoriety and inspired stories, books [...]

Marsyas

Officially, it is a well-known piece by Balthasar Permoser, dated ca. 1680–85 and already replicated some years ago by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the MakerBot [...]

Hipster Nativity

Mary and Joseph taking a selfie with Baby Jesus. Three Wise Men on Segways carrying Amazon Prime boxes. 100% Organic cow eating Gluten-free feed. Shepherd Snapchatting the [...]

Cutlery Fauna

Matt Wilson’s passion for creating sculptures out of metallic stuff like knives, forks or cuillères, began not so long ago, when he worked as a director of the Center [...]

Absorbed by Light

Our smartphone addiction becomes a suggestive light sculpture, aiming to comment on how digital technology engrosses us and takes people away from reality. Designed by the [...]

Modern Nativity

In conservative and a little provincial countries such as Italy, it’s never that hard to raise scandal or indignation, especially when it comes to tradition or some [...]

Beneath the Surface

Gosia is one of those people with a lot of churning in her soul. Her art is rooted in a need to process the world, society and life’s experiences. Her creative process [...]

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 [...]