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Wellington should spend less funding on giant Weta paperweights and gargantuan Wellywood signs, and more investing in the plethora of strong emerging artists, writes Mark Amery.

Mirror Sculptures  Working alongside sculptor/illustrator Arran Gregory, the core sculpture was hand crafted by the artist at his studio and then each acrylic mirror tile laser-cut to fit within it's precise dimensions.

Mirror Sculptures Working alongside sculptor/illustrator Arran Gregory, the core sculpture was hand crafted by the artist at his studio and then each acrylic mirror tile laser-cut to fit within it's precise dimensions.

I am Matthew Shlian, an artist/designer working in Ann Arbor Michigan.  My work extends from drawings on paper to large scale installations to collaborations with leading scientists at the University of Michigan. My work for the National Science Foundation explores paper folding structures on the macro level translated to the nano-scale.

My Geometric Paper Art For Eight Emperors

I am Matthew Shlian, an artist/designer working in Ann Arbor Michigan. My work extends from drawings on paper to large scale installations to collaborations

Artist Creates Faceted Frozen Sculpture Using Tissue Paper and Staples - Architizer

atavus: “ Gabby O’Connor made these beautiful icebergs hanging the ceilings. This installation, What Lies Beneath, uses tissue paper and staples to construct these huge icebergs. Via [My Modern Met] ”

Under the directives of Lagerfeld and his in-house creative team, Villa Eugenie flew in 35 ice sculptors, who spent six  days creating an iceberg from 240 tons of frozen snow ice transported from Sweden.

Under the directives of Lagerfeld and his in-house creative team, Villa Eugenie flew in 35 ice sculptors, who spent six days creating an iceberg from 240 tons of frozen snow ice transported from Sweden.

Shape - white paper facets, a photo backdrop by Matthew Parker Events for Design*Sponge book party

^^  Justine Khamara  ‘you are a glorious, desolate prospect’ (detail)  2010- mirror, perspex, plinth

Imagination reshapes it. - Mason Cooley Art Installation by Justine Khamara. You Are A Glorious Desolate Prospect Mirrored Sculpture.

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