The one and only, Daniel Arsham is back. After sharing his first collaborative sculpture with Hajime Sorayama at NANZUKA’s 2G studio in Tokyo, he returns with a look at their second. This time around the duo have created a unique piece that brings together futuristic aesthetics with Arsham’s decayed designs. The piece features a pair of female robot hands holding an eroded camera relic. The piece boasts a lengthy title, as the artist expressed: “I’ve been so wrapped up in time dilation I don’t even know what the year should be anymore. Thoughts?”
The collaborative piece is both detailed and eye-catching, bringing two worlds together seamlessly and flawlessly. Daniel Arsham took to Instagram to unveil the design. The caption reads: “Verified The second collaborative work I made with Sorayama-san. His female robot hands holding an ancient camera relic. I’ve been so wrapped up in time dilation I don’t even know what the year should be anymore. Thoughts?” This man always comes with something compelling, and this new design is no different.
Take a closer look at this collaborative new sculpture in the images below and find out more from Daniel Arsham’s website right now. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more art and design coming very soon.
Photos via Daniel Arsham