Felt Art by Lauren O. Venell

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This felt art by Lauren O. Venell uses fleece, felt, thread, stuffing and wool yarn. The work was commissioned by the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA (USA) for an exhibition they were holding. This exhibition, named “DIY: a Revolution in Handicrafts” was originally set up at an “EAT Space”. Their unique installation includes four large soft sculpture meats to be hung from the ceiling behind a deli case, amongst other things.


You’d normally associate materials like felt and stuffing to be used in teddy bears—this is what has captivated me most with this felt art style work. This whole exhibition turns ‘everything on its head’. Near the end of this post, check out the menu items. I think you’ll be surprised at the interesting facts about meat on there…

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Obliteration Room

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A giant all-white room was created for the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art by artist Yayoi Kusama. The installation is entitled “The Obliteration Room” and was decorated by kids and adults over atwo-week period. As can be seen in the video and images below, people were handed sheets of stickers, which could be applied anywhere in the Obliteration Room. Watch it now…

RGB Colorspace Atlas Shows Every Colour. Ever.

The RGB Colorspace Atlas was created by artist Tauba Auerbach of New York. This massive ‘book’ she has designed has every variation of RGB colour which can be printed. Co-designed by Daniel E. Kelm, this 8″ squared book is quite a sculpture piece. I think its great…

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