Glass by Thaddeus Wolfe
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Thaddeus Wolfe's primary body of work -- the Assemblage series -- began as an exploration of mineral forms found in nature, and evolved into its own language with references to architecture and modern art. His signature glass techniques result in a rough texture and a form. Many of Wolfe's pieces are created using a molding process; each single mold can only be used once. Wolfe layers color in his glass, then carves through the layers to reveal the stratum and interior color. Thaddeus Wolfe (b.1979) studied glass at the The Cleveland Institute of Art where he received a BFA in 2002. He has held artist residencies at Pilchuck Glass School, The Creative Glass Center of America in New Jersey and the Tacoma Glass Museum. Thaddeus lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
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The e-scooter Boom
life in color
Cellular Automata: A design language for industrial silk
We Ar
Franz Kline
Gaetano Pesce: Abstraction is boring
Jeff Zimmerman
The Menu
American Food
The Thai Craft Project
Brazil Modernism
Heartbeat, Heartseat
Swarm fabrication: Kokkugia / Roland Snooks
Beat Machine
This City
The Glass House
The Oily Actor
Julius Shulman: Visual Drama
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/D" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/C" design Enzo Mari
Rayan Ayash
Small Buildings
Raymundo Colares
Bring the outside in: The houses of Joseph Eichler
Telepathic Light
Alain Georges Frank Jacquet
A+A Cooren
Mass, space, plane and line
E. Hu
Serge Mouille
Angelo Mangiarotti
Carlo Mollino: Tables and Chairs
Alessio Bassan
Louis Weisdorf: Multi-Lite and Turbo
Bjørn van den Berg
Sadamitsu Neil Fujita
Stan Galli
The Way Of The Light
Radebaugh and Bohn
Silent Geography
The Sea by Emil Nolde
Aspartame: Adrien Rovero
John James Audubon and the Golden Eagle
Forward Retreat
Afflicted Objects
Versuchsaufbau A
Ramona Rosales Portraits
Memory & Form
Low Tech
The Value Of Worthless
Dominik Tarabanski
Crystal Palace
New York by Louis Faurer
La Estirada
Things As They Are
Two Glass
Pryor Console
André Kertész
Le Moigne
DIY Ceremonies
Postcards from Miami
The Art of Ralph McQarrie
Ben Weiner: Post-Psychedelic Dreams
Printed Lamps
Print A Chair
Icons of American Design: George Nelson
Foam wood chair
Foam wood table
Supercenter disruptions
Paolo Cirio: Overexposed
Digital Iron
Matteo Zorzenoni
Architectural Fun Ride