Yulia Brodskaya

Yulia Brodskaya makes beautiful images out of quilled paper. Thanks to Boing Boing for the link.

Over two years between posts! Surely some kind of record.


Ghosts of dreams

Peter Callesen does the most amazing things with paper. His works are fully three dimensional Schehrenschnitt where the negative space is as key to the piece as the object formed from it.


Harry Cory Wright

Harry Cory Wright takes large format photographs of the English countryside. In the hands of a lesser artist these landscapes could so easily be dull and formulaic but Wright manages to capture the magic of the moment so well and his eye for lighting and colour are exceptional.


more fun with vacuum tubes

Peter Luber makes microsculptures inside vacuum tubes. They're like a very odd cross between a dollhouse and a ship in a bottle - fragile and quirky and mysterious and mesmeric. I love them.


documenta 12

documenta 12 opens this week and it's all very exciting (see you there in August!). In the meantime, check out Mark Lewis' beautiful video work, which is being used as a trailer for the festival. I was lucky enough to see this at a talk he gave with Victor Burgin at the Whitechapel, and it is quietly lovely.


Audrey Kawasaki

Audrey Kawasaki paints on wood panels. Her subjects are mainly women and she is inspired by manga comics and Art Nouveau.



Panamarenko is an artist and engineer who builds art machines such as this mechanical dragonfly.


Xia Xiaowan

Xia Xiaowan paints on multiple sheets of glass to create ethereal three-dimensional paintings


Amy Sol

Amy Sol's art combines 'manga, folk art, vintage illustration and modern design.'


Michael Reisch

Photographer from the Dusseldorf school who produces extraordinary photographs of landscapes using architectural software techniques.