While hanging out on the internet late one night, I stumbled across the work of Nicole Wermers.
Her work is blowing my mind.
The German born artist living in London makes incredible collages as well as sculptures.
Her sense of color, material, and minimal/earthy/surrealist combinations are spot on beautiful and weird.
We love her oversized ash trays and rock and lucite coffee tables.
Her collages would make amazing textile prints or wall paper.
Untitled Ashtray, 2010, 102 x 60 cm, powdercoated steel, sand, pigment, cigarette butts
Untitled bench, 2009, 50 x 224 x 60 cm, perspex, golden quarzite, mixed glacier, purple slate, granite, purfleet, fixings
Untitled Forcefield (copper door), 2006, 200 x 60 x 50 cm, steel, copper, sand
Sand Tables, 2007, ca. 40 x 80 x 90 cm, patinated steel, sand, gravel
Installation view “Masse und Auflösung”, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, 2007, Double Sand Table, 2007 72 x 450 x 115 cm (2 pieces)steel, sand, cigarette butts,
Untitled (Stern), 2005, 35,5 x 25,5 cm, magazine pages
Untitled (black spheres and blue vases), 2007, 40,2 x 30,8 cm, magazine pages
Untitled (Fingernägel), 2002, 37 x 23 cm, magazine pages
Untitled (rattan), 2008, 35,7 x 30 cm, magazine pages
Untitled (golden rings, black sticks on grey), 2006, 34,1 x 26, magazine pages
Untitled (Perle), 2005, 35 x 27 cm, magazine pages