Noël Skrzypczak: The Indescribable beauty of colour
Noël Skrzypczak's work is pretty much as hard to describe as her last name is to spell. The organic chance in shapes and artificial blasts of color in tandem create something very easy to be attracted to, if not to be put into words.
goldilocks x macro.baby
I’m excited to have a new essay and artwork featured in the Spring 2021 editing of Intima Journal of Narrative Medicine! My essay, titled Sleep to Dream, is the story of how a recent medical diagnosis has been a surprising, missing plot point for several of my self-narratives. “Fatigue is my kryptonite. The never-ending scramble […]
Work — Noël Skrzypczak
Noel Skrzypczak is a visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice encompasses large abstract paintings, wall works and sculpture. Her practice is informed by her Japanese heritage, love of music, and fascination with sublime and immersive landscapes.
Mountain Painting #2 by Noël Skrzypczak
View Mountain Painting #2 by Noël Skrzypczak at Neon Parc in City, Melbourne, Australia. Discover more artworks by Noël Skrzypczak on Ocula now.
Everyone is obsessed with this artist's ceramic balloon art, including us
Poppin’: A chat with Instafamous artist Sivan SternbachSivan Sternbach’s (@sivansternbach) playful ceramic balloon art is made for Instagram. Bold, bright, an
Combs and Toothbrushes
Along with billiard balls, combs were some of the first items made from plastic. The first plastic combs were made from nitro-cellulose or celluloid and later the "unbreakable" comb arrived in the 1940's made of nylon. We find combs and brushes almost every time we go to Kehoe. Some of the very first combs were used not for grooming but mainly for hygiene. Nit picking. Getting parasites out of the hair. Fine wood and silver combs for this purpose have been dated to 5000 years ago and it's…