A TUMBLR ONLY CONTEST TIME!!!!
** WIN AN ACTUAL, HANDMADE, ONE-OF-A KIND, PIECE OF “ARTWORK” BY ME…PDX SCULPTOR / FINE ARTIST : RON ULICNY
Okay, so here is the deal….In celebration of reaching over 100,000 Followers here on ye ‘ol Tumbl-blog, as well as my up-coming show “Paintures” this July @ Spoke Art in SF, CA…..I have decided to give away one of the few remaining “older” pieces that I left in inventory….I wanted to show my appreciation to all my “Followers” and the rest of the Tumblr Arts community for all their support and kindness…as well as to give someone who might not ever have a chance to own one of my pieces, just that opportunity….I REALLY appreciate everyone of you and all of your follows, likes, reblogs, messages, time & support….THX….R :D
”La Cadeau Redux De Remontage (Avec La Corde)”
9” x 10” x 6.5”
Rules: (All 3)
1. Must be a “follower” of mine….
2. Must Reblog THIS post….
3. Must send me a message….any message….
( I won’t set any entry limit but do know that overt excessiveness will probably produce adverse results!??! )
That’s it!!….the contest will run a full week (7 days) from the day this was posted and the winner will be chosen by a random generator. Best of luck to you ALL!!!…… :D
Photography by Marcelo Marianna
Act Romegialli Architects built the ‘Green box’ as the renovation of a small disused garage, an accessory to a weekend house situated on the slopes of the Raethian Alps. A structure realized with lightweight metal galvanized profiles and steel wires wraps the existent volume and transforms it into a three-dimensional support for the climbing vegetation. It is composed mainly by deciduos vegetation. Inside the pavillion provides a room for the gardening tools, an area for cooking and a space for conviviality. Materials are left rough and simple; galvanized steel for the kitchen, larch planks for flooring and big sliding doors, windows in unpainted galvanized steel, simple pipes for the water supply. To us it seems to be the perfect little retreat.
“EVNI is a collection of giant furniture developed by Italian designer Umberto Dattola. The artist creates all kinds of woodwork that blends carpentry and design. For this project, he took old pieces of furniture and transformed them into these unique, lively pieces. The oversized furniture was first revealed at Milan Design Week and is reminiscent of a fantasy scene, like something directly out of Alice in Wonderland.
EVNI is a project that gives life and expression to otherwise inanimate objects. Through the work, Dattola explores the possibility that everyday objects absorb emotions and carry those feelings throughout the course of existence. Dattola explains: “What, of our passions, remain in the object during our life? Can we consider that some objects follow us during our entire life, absorbing our passions, moments of happiness, and moments of sadness? The question is: are we sure that all our sentiments pass without any influence around us?” The final product certainly seems to have a life of its own. With their long, wavy legs, the surreal pieces look like they might get up and scurry away at any moment.”