Six years ago, artist Vlad Artazov presented world with his interesting “Nail Art” series which creates unusually emotional sculptures using nail. Today, Oslo-based blacksmith and photographer Tobbe Malm tries to do the same thing with old farm bolts. These bolts had been lying there for a long time and they might well have continued to lie there until they had rusted away and returned to their original mineral form. Malm immediately recognized the wide caps and slender stems as having humanistic qualities so he gathered them up and proceeded to heat, forge, twist and bend them into shape in his studio. By doing this, Malm successfully gave these old bolt some human emotions: sorrow, joy, pain, warmth and humour. Check the whole collection “Bolt poetry” on his behance page.
We have showcased many creative photograph work in the past. Compared with the others, the concept of the hair series by Marc Laroche is straightforward but the result is stunning. To create this great series, all Laroche had to do was to shot beautiful, young women flip, toss, and twirl their hair with vigor and purpose against a dark background. But you can easily feel the strength and emotion conveyed by those photos. How perfectly if any of those photos is used on the poster printing for salon? I will definitely stop by and think about how to take care of mine and hope they can fly like this one day. lol
Corezone is a closed space, where one can place their thoughts, feelings, emotions. An attempt to fulfill emotional needs by the means of an object, a try to withhold immaterial being in a material space. According to designer, every corezone is unique, as they are hand made and there are tiny differences between them.