Hyperrealistic larger than life sized portraits in charcoal and graphite on paper by Arinze Stanley
Papercast sculptures by Peng Wei
“Perception Deception” by Alexey Sovertkov. Mixed media on dibond aluminum panel, 2015.
A bit of flowers for the winter day by the Popovy Sisters
I hope one day to get a tattoo by Suzani
“Fatty” by Chinese sculptor Mu Boyan
Oil painting by Markus Åkesson
Photographic collages by Yang Yongliang
“The Golden Legend” by Sfhir is a special mural commissioned by the International Contemporary Art Festival in Portugal.
Manga art by Suehiro Maruo
Sushi Cats by Tange & Nakimushi Peanuts
Larger-than-life compressed charcoal drawings of women by Clio Newton. These photorealistic portraits powerfully reveal the subject with a greatness of intimacy and strikingly beautiful detail.
Mixed media collage by Jesse Draxler
Solar Egg is an enormous elegant eggshaped woodburning sauna by Bigert & Bergstrom. The project is part of an urban redevelopment effort in Kiruna, the northernmost city in Sweden. The egg has a height of five meters and can seat up to eight people. It is comprised of a pine wood interior and has highly reflective goldplated steel exterior panels that reflect the environment surrounding the sauna. In the center rests a heartshaped stove cast from iron. Solar Egg is a sculptural symbol meant to prompt thoughts of rebirth. The sauna occupies a key position in the arctic climate of Lapland and is intended as a room for warmth and reflection. It is an incubator that nurtures conversation and the exchange of ideas. When not in use, Solar Egg can be broken down into 69 separate components parts, rendering the entire sauna completely mobile.