“Niso’s sculptures speak of understated motion and grace,” Onnesimo says. “The three dimensional harmony of Niso’s sculptures have resulted in works of astounding emotion which remain unique in the art world.”
If you have an appreciation for fine art, or simply love the human form, Niso Maman is your man.
Wear your riches on your sleeve. Japan’s largest bullion house showed off a gleaming gown which is covered with hundreds of gold coins. The 8 kilos (18 pounds) dress was created by Tanaka Kikinzoku Jewellery K.K. using 325 Austrian gold coins issued to commemorate the Vienna Philharmonic and is valued at 30 million yen ($275,000). The bullion house does not plan to sell the gown, but it said it would entertain any serious offers. Two men’s jackets also using gold coins, together valued at about 127 million yen, were created.
I like the Pennies as the floor tiles. I am imagining now how my house will be with Malaysia 1 sen as a tiles. I think the cost would be most cheaper then other kind of tiles in the market nowadays but the only problem is how to clean it? Sorry if I am talking about fine art in my blog for today. I just love to see this creation by other people using money as their medium. I know one Shop in Malaysia create a ring from a coin. Will be sharing a story about that shop later if I am lucky enough to take picture of their creation. So which one of this fine arts do you like the most? Do you have something similar in your collection?