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Koh Myung Keun    Koh unique and amazing photo-sculptures blur the lines between art, architecture and design. His work invites the viewer to experience space formed by a series of transparent planes where images have been imprinted.

Photo-sculptures by Myung Keun Koh. “ Myung Keun Koh is an artist who creates “photo-sculptures”. Koh imprints high-resolution images onto transparent plastic forms to create unique structures within.

<3 Canadian photographer Amy Friend has just created new work, as a continuation of her magical Dare alla Lucce series. Amy’s description: “Through hand-manipulated interventions I altered and subsequently re-photographed the images, 're-making' photographs that oscillate between what is present and what is absent."

Antique photographs gain a new kind of lively texture in this series, entitled Dare alla Luce. Canadian photographer Amy Friend collects the prints from a

고명근 갤러리 - 09, new 'Building' series -2

Myung Keun Koh layers translucent photographs to create shape-shifting sculptures. Check out more of his work on Hi-Fructose.

Beijing-based artist, designer and book editor Li Hong’s collapsible paper sculptures are shockingly good. He loves paper, collects it, and also experiments with forms to crazy, unpredictable effect. As he once explained to White Rabbit, ‘Paper — you can never predict what it will become in the end’. Looking at his works, we can’t quite […]

Crazy paper sculptures that stretch, collapse and twist like fluid

We’re absolutely enchanted by Nader Sharaf’s “Moderate Love for Nature” series of hand-signed giclée prints. See more of the Madrid-based artist’s work in his Etsy shop, here.

Art Inspiration: We’re absolutely enchanted by Nader Sharaf’s “Moderate Love for Nature” illustration series of hand-signed giclée prints. See more of the Madrid-based artist’s work in his Etsy shop, here.

Myung-keun koh uses the cube to challenge our understanding of architecture. Creates an illusion that we cannot enter.

Myung-keun koh uses the cube to challenge our understanding of architecture. Creates an illusion that we cannot enter.

Michael de Courcy

exhibition: Photography into Sculpture/The Evolving Photographic Object › Michael de Courcy Untitled Photoserigraph and corrugated cardboard boxes 12 x 12 x 12 inches each box; overall dimensions variable

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