The wall is characterized by a sequence of tiny dots that creates a perception of rhomboidal grids, this technique recalls japanese stitching art “Sashiko”. Colorful cotton yarn is sewed randomly between each dots to create vivid flower petal motif.
Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists
Taking up to a year and more to create, Manabu works with a small acrylic pen on 4 inch square portions of very large pieces of paper, that can cover a wall. He produces incredibly detailed impossible landscapes, which grow organically from his pen. He says he has no idea how each will finish.