Pink Stretch Limo photographed on West 30th Street, NYC exclusively for Worleygig.com by Geoffrey Dicker.
Mocomoco (もこもこ) is a Japanese word that refers to a soft or puffy surface and the comforting feelings that one might get from holding a toy stuffed animal, or being wrapped up in a down coat. Fabric is my medium of choice because people everywhere can relate more easily to this material, which conveys warmth, natural softness and the intimate human touch. The act of wrapping is central to my sculptures.
My sculptures are created from balls that are individually wrapped with fabric and bounded together to make up an entire whole. Each ball represents the inner state of mankind. The gesture of wrapping each round ball, is an act of transformation that converts pain, sadness and despair into positive energy, such as love or a prayer for comfort.<
My work conveys a sense of happiness and celebrates the human spirit.
– Natsuko Hattori
Detail from The Above Work
I’m not sure if an Old Woman with Too Many Kids lives here, but I would Live in this cool Pink Shoe-Shaped House. Heck, it’s bigger than most NYC apartments!
Get Lucky with these and maybe you’ll bring home a little extra Bacon!
If you missed the Jeff Koons Retrospective that just closed at the Whitney Museum this past weekend after a 3-plus month run, then you missed your chance to see this lovely piece of art up close and personal. Your bad! Like his famous Balloon Dog — the reflection of which is visible in the photo above — Moon (Light Pink) is one of Koons‘ mammoth steel sculptures with the hypnotic mirrored finish that make it so much fun to photograph, but impossible to get really clean shots due to its endlessly reflective surface! I think Moon looks like an oversized, inflatable button. Love this thing!
Wouldn’t you like to take a ride in this thing? I sure would!