6.06.2010

jack halloway




anatomy of an object







"sun weathered urchin spines
procured from the dump of a
rural fishing camp in Baja"








jack halloway
always makes beautiful
things out of the most
humble materials.




his home is like
a laboratory





ph: jack halloway
(under construction)
& maura mcevoy






ps: art forms from the ocean:
the radiolarian atlas of 1862

by ernst haeckel


6 comments:

Kickcan and Conkers said...

This artwork is beautiful, thank you.
Do you know Tanya Goodwin's work? You might like her razorblade shell creations:

http://kickcanandconkers.blogspot.com/2009/07/tanya-goodwin.html

Anonymous said...

I love urchins. Hate when I step on them. Thanks for posting.

jokemijn said...

never seen one but they make a beautiful artwork i also love the colour.

Ian H. Smith said...

I really like that flip-flop pic. That art forms from the ocean search you linked to is gold btw.

COCOCOZY said...

Very cool. What is the comb like thing used for?

xo
Coco
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julio.espada said...

Dear reader,
Proceed with caution. This blog is addictive...

You are about to enter a zone of extreme beauty and very sensitive individuals of extraordinary talent in Mr. Halloway and Ms. Mcevoy...

Dear Blogger,
Where do you unearth all these treasures?

T H A N K S !