An angry red pimple hums with volcanic intensity on the back of a pale, redheaded figure in Andrew Cranston’s otherwise serene painting Why can’t I be you? (all works 2022). The subject, who lies facedown
Binishells are made by inflating a gigantic neoprene bladder with air, then covering it in a thin coat of reinforced spray-on concrete. The post Bizarre, Biomorphic Housing Structures Known as ‘Binishells’ Are Popping Up in Los Angeles appeared first on Artnet News.