David Sena creates large scale artworks using fireworks and paper
RABARI COLLECTION by Doshi Levien
Staff Riding by Mario Casino documenting Train Surfers in South Africa
KANAAMI-TSUJI – (Kenichi Tsuji) – uses traditional hand-weaving techniques, such as kiku-dashi (chrysanthemum pattern) and kikko-ami (tortoise shell netting) that are traditionally used for tofu servers and tea strainers, to create poetic and graphically decorative patterns for exclusive gift objects and functional everyday housewares.
"A Million Times" by Stockholm based Humans since 1982
Motoi Yamamoto makes elaborate installations using a very nontraditional contemporary art material, table salt.
For the latest installment of The Avant/Garde Diaries, the Japanese artist traveled to the salt flats of western Utah to discuss life, death, rebirth, and his elaborate patterns that can resemble the powerful metrological patterns of typhoons or hurricanes.