Grieving woman “sees dead dog’s face in clouds”.
In a conversation between Lukáš Likavčan, theorist and The Terraforming guest faculty, and Sofia Irene, an Eindhoven-based fashion design researcher, an exploration of fashion design’s pre-coronavirus obsession with face masks brings us closer to untangling different cultural meanings of clothing and their potential to open up new horizons of political imagination.
Generated.photos produces facial photos generated completely by AI.
An Italian company sells lamps shaped with the silhouette of one’s face.
Eyebombing is the art of sticking “googly eyes” onto an inanimate object in the public sphere, in a way that cleverly lends the object the appearance of a living creature. Bulgarian artist Vanyu Krastev masters the art.
Ewa Nowak has created a solution for this type of Big Brother-esque monitoring—an elegant and minimalist metal mask called Incognito.
Born in 1989 into an artistic family in the Black Forest, Germany, Alma Haser is now based in London and on the southeast coast. She is known for her complex and meticulously constructed portraiture, which are influenced by her creativity and her background in fine art.
Lewis Lavoie is an illustrator, artist, and the inventor of the Mural Mosaic concept and performance painter.
Klaus Enrique is an artist known for his photographic still lifes in the manner of Giuseppe Arcimboldo, which he calls Arcimboldism.
Michael Gump is a prop master for TV shows, so he has access to a lot of random items. Last New Year’s, he resolved to create a new disguise for himself every day and post it on his Instagram.