A sculptor by training, Korean-born Keun Young Park masterfully arranges shredded paper into textured self-portraits. After photographing herself in various poses, Park digitally manipulates and resizes the images, prints them, then tears them up...
Irving Harper: Works in Paper
A brilliant new release from Rizzoli, "Irving Harper: Works in Paper" celebrates the private work of one of America's great mid-century design minds. Irving Harper is mostly known to design insiders as the man-behind-the-man, working alongside Gilbert...
by Lauren Kilberg When art grabs the interest of children and adults alike then mixes in a little physics, the outcome is both fun and captivating. The Japanese have a more eloquent word for it—"Karakuri", which translates literally to...