Thomas Hirschhorn is a Swiss artist. Trained in
Zurich and inspired by Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol. He has become known for
using everyday materials in the creation of complex large sculptures. Here he
uses- fiber-glass mannequins, metal nails, metal screws, plastic
base timber. It emits a shocking response. Once close to the piece the viewer is
greatly affected both it physically and mentally. The feeling of pain, harm and
suffering is evoked. After the initial reaction of harm, the viewer may turn to
analysing the work, in which may lead them to self reflection, on ones current
The Social Outfit a sustainable fashion brand, have
collaborated with one of their own Sewing Technicians and Artist, Chatcha, to
develop a standout monochrome print depicting an array of faces of
has been screen printed on donated cotton. The original 'Li Phay’ artwork
was masterfully sewn and embroidered onto a quilt and then developed into
a digital print by Chatcha and Sonya Price-Kelly. The screen printed, fabric
was sewn locally by their team of sewers in Marrickville, Sydney into a brand new collection
inspired by Chatcha's unique style.https://thesocialoutfit.org/collections/li-phay?utm_source=liphaylaunch&utm
The art exhibition "Heart to Heart" by Hollywood animator Rich Wilke was featured this month in Santa Barbara.
Wilke, an opinionated and expressive artist has done notable work in Netflix's "F is for Family," "Curious George" and other series and movies.
Wilke wanted to show through his artwork and statements how the push and pull of love shapes the way people and people with animals interact for Valentine's Day.
He recently painted 100 portraits of Ukrainian children of war and told their stories for charity in another exhibition that has been featured in local and national institutions and regional shows.