Taiwan’s 22Studio presents a special edition of their 4D concrete watch. They teamed up with Zishi to design a sculpted image of a tiger and a tree, pushing the limits of concrete mold-making in the process. Its date dial features the Chinese character for “tiger”, and its see-through case back has a tiger illustration.
Artist Amy Tannenbaum works in a variety of media to create her works. In addition to making portraits from twirled yarn and magazine clippings, she creates images out of tiny slivers of colored paper. Here she shows off a detailed image of a tiger that she made using the cut paper technique.
Artist Blake McFarland shows off a pair of sculptures he built for the 2019 Cotton Bowl. He created versions of Penn State’s Nittany Lion and the University of Memphis Tiger out of Goodyear tires, wrapped around a foam and fiberglass structure. The sculptures weigh about 200 lb each, and used pieces from 400 tires combined.