From the 1st of March Malaysian artist Hong Yi started playing with her food – each day she creates a beautiful piece of art in her plate made entirely out of food. The artist that also goes by the name “Red” is going to create 31 pieces by month’s end. Known as the artist who ‘loves to paint, but not with a paintbrush’, her works have been featured by media around the world including Huffington Post, Wall Street Journal, ABC, CNN and the Daily Mail.
© Hong Yi
The Happiness Brewery is an art project by french blog Happiness is a Beginning. What they do is sharing emotions that people send them by email and print them on labels, finding place on different sized bottles. Currently they are working hard to make those objects produced for people who are interested in having their personal potions and they’ll set a price for it soon. At the end of the day though, it’s a ‘love share’ project which might lead to a book or an exhibition in Paris. They select stories for their emotional potential, trying not to be redundant and keeping the original energy behind this idea. The bottles are empty, up to you to put a perfume, an alcohol or anything you want to put in.
Marco Fusinato’s sequence of drawings ‘Black Mass Implosions’ transform avant-garde musical notation into new graphical interpretations. The systematic connection of individual notes and musical processes to central points within the notation reconfigure the temporal and sequential reading of scores.