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Into the Abyss.

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Share This.Artist Jen Stark creates a seemingly endless crater of color in her Abyss sculpture. Also dabbling in drawing and animation, Stark colorful sculptures take center stage for the most part. See more of work →here←.

Vantours’ Contours.

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Share This.French designer Maud Vantours has her hands in few projects now and days but her Spirales series really stands among the bunch. The beautiful paper sculptures are colorful and interactive. Vantours uses an innvoative method that breath life into each on of her pieces. The ones featured below, and others, can be purchase at her →online shop.←

Paper Trail.

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Share This.A Brooklynite by way of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Jean Seestadt’s approach to life seems very similar to her approach to her work. Working like a surgeon with a scalpel, Seestadt’s mood is devil-may-care but her precision is clean, sharp, and–upon even closer inspection–as accurately executed as one can do. After a digital dinner date, Seestadt invited us into her studio space at Hunter College’s MFA building in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan, Read More