The traditional fine white of porcelain evokes a sense of fragile elegance, a delicate beauty that is only enhanced when the figurines are childlike, baby-faced innocents with cherubic cheeks near bursting with the exuberant delight of childhood. Danish artist Maria Rubinke subverts these conventions with her macabre and bizarre… Read More ›
Edie Campbell photographed by Tim Walker for Love Magazine (Spring/Summer 2014), London, 2013.
Darlings, you may remember Beijing artist Li Hongbo from our feature on him last year. His creations, inspired by simple paper lantern construction techniques, are fascinating sculptures that slink and stretch, transforming with a single pull from unassuming figures to bizarre unspooled creatures… Read More ›