Janet Echelman: Taking imagination seriously

Janet Echelman found her true voice as an artist when her paints went missing — which forced her to look to an unorthodox new art material. Now she makes billowing, flowing, building-sized sculpture with a surprisingly geeky edge. A transporting 10 minutes of pure creativity.

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FRANKIE SAYS CUT, FOLD, GLUE AND THEN RELAX!

Original template from ‘Skull-A-Day’

Modified by Rudi Designs



Littlehampton Beach Bench = Longest in Britain

At 324 metres, the longest bench in Britain was designed by Milimetre – a company based in Brighton.  It was installed in July by StudioWeave along Littlehampton Seafront. The bench seats over 300 people, sinuously travelling along the promenade, meandering around lampposts, bending behind bins, and ducking down into the ground.

Feathered Over

Kate MccGwire collects discarded feathers to create these forms of sensual beauty.

Moon Rabbit Cup

Moon Rabbit Cup, designer, Hsiao-ying Lin, craftsperson, Jun-ching Tang, black clay.

The piece is an interpretation of a Chinese fairytale about a rabbit on the moon which is traditionally commemorated every autumn in Taiwan during the Moon Festival.

Sellotape Sculpture!

Mechanimals

Andrew Chase captures the essence of his animals in his articulated sculptures, meticulously crafted from old plumbing and car parts and finished with finesse. Chase is a photographer and designer by day. He has created convincing stop-motion animations of his sculptures in motion. He created the robotic creatures for the 50-page picture book Trionic Morphatractable Engineer.