Mojo Wan is a prolific Chinese designer, with lots of delicate, border-line erotic artworks in his portfolio. I particularly enjoy this series of sensual hands touching and caressing.
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Beautifully poetic, illustrative and creatively abundant work by Antoine et Manuel.
“We never have a single clear message that can be percieved, instead our work is more like poetry which leaves interpretation to the viewer. We never use violence or aggressivity in our work, and it’s very important for us not to be manipulators. We also have difficulty using sex, or anything which might provoque a strong emotional reaction. Because we feel this as being essentially very easy.”
Geometrically and meaningfully complex sculptures made of discarded wood pieces, by Aaron S Moran.
“I think [my artworks] are representative of the shift in modern building practices, such as a move away from wood in favour of concrete, steel and synthetics. What this means for me is access to plenty of materials discarded as waste. Homes once represented their inhabitants via their style, construction, size, gardens, landscape, paint job… the list goes on. Contemporarily, close proximity living disallows this expression with prebuilt structures incapable of customization accompanied by strata councils, neighborhood aesthetic guidelines, etc. It seems like materials such as wood have become placeholders for the homes that now stand in the shadows of these modern forms of living. It is the materials that create a contrast between the living practices of the past and those of today. I like to think that the work draws attention to this historical contrast through its material usage, structural /architectural qualities, complexity, and apparent organized chaos.”