September 24th, 2007
Mother and Child by Harma Heikens, mixed media, 80 x 60 x 40 cm, 2004
For the stressed reader: The Sliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiideshow! Much shorter this time. I promise.
NOTE TO READERS:
If you’re a sculptor working with porcelain/ceramics/glass/ivory et al. and want to be added to Porcellana Nervosa, please feel free to leave a comment to this post.
BoingBoing’s Antique Ivory Skull Statuettes
Barnaby Barford (site currently down – visit DesignBoom instead!)
Crystal Morey (via The StuntKid)
Cynthia Consentino (via SubStrom)
Harma Heikens (via Andrea Natale)
Hieronymus Bosch Action Figures (by the Parastone Mouseion collection)
Julien Martinez (previously featured here)
Justin Novak (via Glubibulga)
Les Deux Garcons (previously featured here)
Liu Jianhua (I was lucky enough to see some of his sculptures at the beautiful Mahjong show in Berne – via Andrea Natale)
Lucio Bubacco (via Notes From Somewhere Bizarre)
Mark Ryden‘s Angel of Meat (seen here exhibited at Carrie Secrist Gallery)
Renée Laferriere (via Strange Little Girls)
Richard Stipl (via Hugo)
Joseph Seigenthaler (thanks, Jessica Joslin!)
Shary Boyle (previously featured here and here)
September 4th, 2007
Camera: Tom Gerber – Animation: Suzanne Gerber
Taken in the cloistered courtyard of St Ursanne (Jura/CH) during John Howe’s signing (more pictures of dragons, unicorns, and
fat LotR nerds hairy hobbits will follow).
I love wobbly churches.