Hot Tea is a Minneapolis-based artist collective that concentrates on yarn installations, pushing the concept of yarn bombing to new extremes. The typical piece has intense colour and high impact sure to brighten any day. Underneath is several examples of their work including the most recent 'bombing' of Williamsburg bridge in New York City. More examples here.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Underneath is a behind the scenes look of the new collaborative work, 'Moonlight Serenade' by Brett Chan and Zoe Sernack. The piece consists of sixteen canvases spanning just under ten metres long. You can see the work in its entirety at Lane 4, Galleries from Wednesday the 16th of October for six weeks.
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Charles Freger from the National Geographic has captured twenty five stunning elephant portraits from The Parade of the Elephants. The Parade is a traditional Indian festival that involves the painting of unique and brightly coloured designs on the each elephant making them an incredible living, breathing canvas. See the whole collection at the National Geographic.
Monday, September 9, 2013
Crystallised Object by Alexis Arnold. This project definitely amazed us at Zoemou. We were so inspired by this project we plan to recreate something using the same technique. It will be very interesting to see the result.