Eye Poetry – a photo blog by Irene Suchocki.
Irene is a self-taught freelance photographer in Montreal. What we love about her photography and blog is her experimentation with different styles and techniques. She successfully evokes a certain mood, and a little bit of mystery in each of her photographs. She likes to consider each photograph a little poem for the eyes.
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Industrial designer Ignacio Pilotto has designed this concept Rubik Cube using Pantone colors. We love this concept…
Somewhere Piet Mondrian is smiling at this. Sculpture/Installation by Tom Fruin. For more on Tom’s work visit him on the web.
Serena Mitnik-Miller, Painter, San Francisco
Serena’s water colors make it clear how much she loves the ocean, and shape and form for sure. Primarily composed of concentric shapes, swelling orbs and pulsing bubbles, her free-flowing works strike the perfect balance between geometry and fine art. Through the mediums of watercolor, printmaking and photography, she explores the abundant complexities of water, light, color and movement.
For more on Serena’s work visit her on the web.
Gidon Bing, Sculptor, New Zealand
We discovered Auckland, New Zealand-based sculptor Gidon Bing through one of Todd Selby’s ever-intriguing photo shoots, showcasing the artist’s studio. What we love about Bing’s work is that his forms and images are specifically inspired by nature and architecture, in particular the architecture of the Czech avante garde of the 1920s.
Bing is a full time painter and sculptor based in Auckland. He has both academic and formal training as a sculptor and has lived and worked in Europe, the Middle East and America. His work has been acquired by collectors in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Bing focuses mainly on modern, bent plywood sculpture and furniture.
The principle materials Bing uses are wood, metal (iron and bronze) and natural paints. He utilizes traditional Japanese wood bending and shaping techniques to achieve his forms.
For more on Bing’s work visit him on the web.