Words of Steel
These six, person-sized ‘lantern’ sculptures, feature multi-lingual phrases collected from the community and react to touch, throwing out coloured light to project the words of their surroundings.
The family of steel structures in Palo alto, CA, have been commissioned by the City from Joe O’Connell & Blessing Hancock who specialise in public art.
Record sleeve directed and designed by Mario Hugo for the ESP Institute’s unconventional dance music.
“This sleeve plays with your brain if you stare awhile - there are a couple of different ways of seeing it” Mario.
Read Colours Not Words, From Blue to Red
2009 Unqiue, multicoloured neon by Rob and Nick Carter.
I’ve been a fan of Rob and Nick Carter’s work for years. I stupidly missed the opportunity to buy one of their Spectrum Circles at the Affordable Art Fair some years ago. Their work revolves around light, colour and from. The married couple create what they describe as ‘images without cameras and paintings without brushes’.
Liqui light bag. Spotted at Clerkenwell Design Week. They also make lights with other stencils.