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IQOS World Revealed by Alex Chinneck at Milan Design Week 2019

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IQOS World Revealed by Alex Chinneck at Milan Design Week 2019

April featured the unveiling of IQOS World Revealed by Alex Chinneck in collaboration with Philip Morris International at Milan Design Week 2019, bringing together the tobacco brand’s new creative vision with a monumental work of public sculpture. The new IQOS product is the latest versions of the flagship smoke-free device from PMI, and features as part of their campaign to transform and overhaul their brand and image as tobacco industry giants. Well-known British sculptor Alex Chinneck and his team have completely transformed the building’s facade in just 4 weeks, using the illusion of a zip to evoke possible routes to a newly imagined...

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Emily Marlin Jesmonite Pop Range

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Emily Marlin Jesmonite Pop Range

Take a look at these pieces made from Jesmonite by Emily Marlin. Her work is inspired by the 80s with bold colours & quirky design modernised with a contemporary twist. Experimenting with Jesmonite seeing how it can be poured, mixed & pigment added to create endless colour ranges. Visit her website here www.emilymarlin.com

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Jesmonite Terrazzo | Casting Material

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Jesmonite Terrazzo | Casting Material

Two materials of the moment – Jesmonite and terrazzo – have been combined by Olivia Aspinall Studio and Ornamental Grace for this range of colorful vessels. The patterned surface of each limited-edition piece is created by pigmenting Jesmonite aggregate pieces and adding them to the main base mix. Made with AC100

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World’s First “Semi-Submerged Art Gallery” in the Maldives Made With Jesmonite

World’s First “Semi-Submerged Art Gallery” in the Maldives Made With Jesmonite

Jason deCaires Taylor, the artist who specialises in underwater installations, has just unveiled his latest piece: the Sculpture Coralarium in the centre of the largest coral lagoon in the Maldives island of Fairmont Sirru Fen Fushi. The work is a semi-submerged “tidal gallery”, in which visitors can snorkel along a 100m-long line of underwater poplar trees and planted coral to an underwater staircase that leads up to a 6m-tall box made from stainless steel. From there, visitors can walk along a dry viewing platform. The box contains 14 sculptures below and above the water, or half-way between. Some of the...

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Sculpture by the Sea Bondi 2018 | Artists use Jesmonite

Sculpture by the Sea Bondi 2018  | Artists use Jesmonite

Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2018 Artists Itamar Freed (UK/Israel) & Anne Levitch (NSW) are both working with Jesmonite supplied by Jesmonite Australasia. Itamar Freed’s sculpture for Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2018 ‘Whispering to Venus (self-portrait as Venus)’ is a collaboration between the artist and an algorithm. The work will be constructed utilising a mobile 3D scanner to capture himself posing as Venus, after Botticelli’s iconic painting ‘The Birth of Venus’.  The sculpture will be created through a computer controlled machine in Jesmonite and resin to more closely resemble classic Greek sculptures. Freed said, “the ‘old masters’ are actually my greatest...

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