Iori Tomita is fisherman-turned-artist in Yokohama City, Japan. Tomita creates magnificent pieces of art using the skeletons of various dead aquatic species, which he preserves and then colors with bright shades of dye.
Mark A. Reynolds holds a Bachelor of Science (1967) and Master of Science (1970) in art and art education with a special focus in drawing and printmaking from Towson University. With over forty years of experience in the fine arts, thirty years in teaching art, twenty years teaching geometry and geometric systems, Reynolds holds quite the extensive Curriculum Vitae.
Klangfiguren is a collective of artists founded in 2009 by German Lukas Till Höh and Beutling (Daniel Dormann joined them in 2011) who produced works combining computer programming, video screenings and collaborations with different artists.
We’re sure you’ve seen Antony Gormley‘s work here before and because we love it so much, we’ll post some more! Here’s some more from his “Ball Work” series that is anthropomorphic in essence but seems almost atomic.