Over the last several weeks my advanced sculpture students transformed this: Into this: Their assignment was to create anthropomorphic flowers, to research flowers and to find human characteristics in blooms and or plants. This was a public sculpture project so they used steel to create their forms and they had to design and build anchors to secure the sculptures to the ground.
Videographer Daniel Csobot has created a stunningly beautiful macro time-lapse video of seeds growing into plants and lovely flower blooms unfurling. The amazing footage was collected over a four-month period, from February to June,... Read Post
Serving both the transforming robot fan and delicate flower fan in us all, this Tomoo Yamaji sculpture begins life as a blue dragon 1,630 millimeters in length, and transforms to become a wreath of blue flowers, measuring in with a ... Read Post
These awesomely intricate layered cut paper sculptures are the work of Virginia-based artist and professor Eric Standley. We shared some of his beautiful creations here last year, but these photos provide a much better look at just ... Read Post