15 January, 2020

8 — Bordalo II

Artur Bordalo, artísticamente llamado Bordalo II, es un artista portugués que transforma la basura en arte, mostrándonos que la basura de algunos es el tesoro de otros.

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15 January, 2020

7 — Oskar Schlemmer

Oskar Schlemmer was a German artist and choreographer known for both of his paintings and for his ballet productions.

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15 January, 2020

6 — Azulejo

Azulejo deriva de la palabra árabe "al zulej" que significa piedra lisa y pulida. Se utiliza normalmente en gran número como elemento asociado a la arquitectura en revestimiento de superficies interiores, exteriores o como elemento decorativo aislado.

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10 July, 2019

5 — Tadao Ando

Tadao Ando is a self-taught architect, whose architectural style is said to create a “haiku” effect, emphasizing nothingness and empty spaces to represent the beauty of simplicity.

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16 June, 2019

4 — Jamie Reid

Jamie Reid's best-known work is possibly the one I did for the Sex Pistols, including the portrait of Queen Cecil Beaton with a safety pin on her nose.

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26 May, 2019

3 — Alebrijes

The alebrijes are sculptures native to Mexico that were born from a dream that Pedro Linares had, where he had an encounter with magic and mythical surreal creatures.

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18 May, 2019

2 — Spirograph

Spirograph is a toy released on the market in 1967. Since then there have been many reeditions to this day. All this is what the artist Mary Wagner achieves with her large-format pieces, with machines that she does herself.

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8 May, 2019

1 — Kintsukuroi

The Kintsukuroi, a Japanese technique of the fifteenth century consisted in repairing ceramic objects, joining the broken parts with golden lacquer. In this way, the resulting piece not only does not hide its wounds, but turns them into its most beautiful aspect. Just this is what the artist Rachel Sussman does, in her project called Sidewalk Kintsukuroi.

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