Anna Marks

sculpture

An Artist Sculpted Hunter S. Thompson's 'Fear and Loathing' Head and It's Too Much, Man

Is that human hair?
Anna Marks
3.1.17
Art

Duchamp's Urinal Is a Lot Funnier in Felt

Jenne Giles spins a urinal, a bunny, and a bloodied tampon out of traditional textiles.
Anna Marks
2.5.17
Art

Long-Exposure Photos Capture Light Art with Drones in New Mexico | #50StatesofArt

Lee Montgomery paints the night sky using LED-enhanced, remote controlled aircraft.
Anna Marks
2.1.17
Art

Woah, Dissected Insects Make Great DIY Robots

“I dismantle the bugs' thorax and abdomen. They get sorted into groups and then just like with a robot, I attach one part to another until I have the finished piece,” Géza Szöllősi explains.
Anna Marks
1.31.17
OCEAN

Oceanic Artist Adds a New Wing to Underwater Sculpture Garden

Jason deCaires Taylor's latest works sleep with the fishes off the Canary Islands.
Anna Marks
1.17.17
Art

This Felt Artist Turns Fabric into Organic, Alien Creations

Marjolein Dallinga's curious creatures aren't coral or caterpillars, they're felt sculptures.
Anna Marks
1.11.17
Art

Death and the Daguerreotype: The Strange and Unsettling World of Victorian Photography

Victorian photography reveals obsession with immortality.
Anna Marks
12.31.16
Art

Artist Uses 150-Year-Old Photography Technique to Create These Chilling Images

Victorian pictures of corpses and pale nudes mingle with contemporary images made with the photography precursor.
Anna Marks
12.5.16
Art

Breathtaking Aerial Photographs Capture London’s Kaleidoscopic Landscape

These aerial photographs reveal the English capital's kooky architectural past.
Anna Marks
12.2.16
Design

How Spain's Financial Crisis Influenced a Generation of Architecture and Design

The Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism (BEAU) at Cooper Union highlights Spain's most adaptive designers.
Anna Marks
11.5.16
Art

Visit the Macabre Exhibition Full of Fleshy Sculptures and a Coffin Playroom

“For too long death has been owned by funeral directors, hidden behind dusty net curtains and plastic flowers.”
Anna Marks
10.29.16
Art

Sick But True: Victorian Fashionistas Made Jewelry Out of Human Hair

In the 19th century, people turned their loved ones' tresses into macabre memento mori.
Anna Marks
10.23.16
0104