Mahogany is a group of multi-disciplinary artists who design and create large scale kinetic sculptures/carnival costumes utilising the human body in the art form of “Mas Making”, Masquerade or Street Theatre. The group was created by designer, Clary Salandy and structural engine Michael Ramdeen to develope techniques of costume design and construction and to heighten the understanding of Carnival and Carnival Arts. Their inspiration originates from involvement in the Trinidad Carnival, one…

Mahogany is a group of multi-disciplinary artists who design and create large scale kinetic sculptures/carnival costumes utilising the human body in the art form of “Mas Making”, Masquerade or Street Theatre. The group was created by designer, Clary Salandy and structural engine Michael Ramdeen to develope techniques of costume design and construction and to heighten the understanding of Carnival and Carnival Arts. Their inspiration originates from involvement in the Trinidad Carnival, one…

Mimi Pond + Wayne White’s Creative Los Angeles Home | Design*Sponge

Mimi Pond + Wayne White’s Creative Los Angeles Home | Design*Sponge

Large Puppets | Simple shapes, poles for arms, fabric for body. Good inspiration!

Large Puppets | Simple shapes, poles for arms, fabric for body. Good inspiration!

Street performer and puppeteer in Segovia, Spain. Image c. James McCory

Street performer and puppeteer in Segovia, Spain. Image c. James McCory

canadian studio "the practice of everyday design" is a newly formed partnership between antoine morris and david long. together the duo focus on installation art, product design and architecture. to promote their practice they created the 'tiger tiger' photo series. the cardboard tiger head was made as a sculptural piece and will now be used for their installation needs.

canadian studio "the practice of everyday design" is a newly formed partnership between antoine morris and david long. together the duo focus on installation art, product design and architecture. to promote their practice they created the 'tiger tiger' photo series. the cardboard tiger head was made as a sculptural piece and will now be used for their installation needs.

Honoré Daumier (French, Marseilles 1808–1879 Valmondois). Baissez le Rideau, La Farce est Jouée (Bring Down the Curtain; the Farce is Over), published in La Caricature no. 201, September 11, 1834. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Gift of Louise Bechtel, 1958 (58.580.38)

Honoré Daumier (French, Marseilles 1808–1879 Valmondois). Baissez le Rideau, La Farce est Jouée (Bring Down the Curtain; the Farce is Over), published in La Caricature no. 201, September 11, 1834. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Gift of Louise Bechtel, 1958 (58.580.38)

Thingumajig Theatre (@ThingumaTheatre) | Twitter

Thingumajig Theatre (@ThingumaTheatre) | Twitter

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