Artist Kris Kuksi is perhaps one of the most frequently submitted artists appearing in Colossal’s in box each month, so it’s with great honor that I finally share his work on this blog for the first time. Kuksi is famous for his Baroque-influenced assemblages that seem to splinter out like sculptural fractals, each component fused to another object or detail even smaller and intricate. Via his artist statement:
Kris Kuksi garners recognition and acclaim for the intricate sculptures that result from his unique and meticulous technique. A process that requires countless hours to assemble, collect, manipulate, cut, and re-shape thousands of individual parts, finally uniting them into an orchestral-like seamless cohesion that defines the historical rise and fall of civilization and envisions the possible future(s) of humanity.
Bison by Buck Shreck.
Kalmia latifolia aka Mountain Laurel, Spoon Bush, and Lambkill. Native to eastern United States.
In 1979 China instituted the one-child policy, which limited every family to just one offspring in a controversial attempt to reduce the country’s burgeoning population. The strictly enforced law had the desired effects: in 2011 researchers estimated that the policy prevented 400 million births….
yahoo bought tumblr, i’m le sad but money doesn’t come from trees, it’s comes from debt… i’m so tired… i want to be sad but i can’t show anyone…
Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy.
The Lygodium Spider Moth, or Siamusotima aranea, is a species of moth that looks like a spider.