Imagination and energy are elements to enable something you desire to become a reality.
“The idea for the guitar came from simply wanting an electric guitar but I didn’t want to spend $1000 on a premium fender -so I made one, deciding to spend the vast majority of the cost on the electronics. It is made from old Tasmanian Blackwood floorboards that glow in the dark, with resin stripes. I based it on a $80 guitar kit that I bought as a reference” Abe Mahlab UNSW student. It is not only beautiful it also sounds great.
The tallest tree in Wales had been damaged by a storm and was supposed to be cut down but chainsaw artist Simon O'Rourke found a better solution to symbolise the tree's last attempt to reach the sky. https://www.treecarving.co.uk/
Sarah Lucas is part of the generation of Young British Artists who emerged during the 1990s. Her works frequently employ visual puns and bawdy humour by incorporating photography, collage and found objects.
From the start, her irreverent practice—which spans sculpture, installation, photography, and mixed-media work—has poked fun at British culture, sexual norms, gender roles, and notions of propriety. Lucas pushes the limits of figurative representation; euphemisms, visual puns, and appropriated objects abound throughout her oeuvre.