FernGully is the Haas Brothers‘ first solo art exhibition and is inspired by a 1992’s children’s movie “FernGully: The Last Rainforest.”
The twins brothers, artistically known as The Haas Brothers, are LA-based artists, designers, and creative producers. Their contemporary art is a merge of design and art, sometimes ranging from sculptural pieces to functional furniture art, but this almost never happens. Functional or not, they’re known for their hairy fun and playful pieces, most of the times resembling creatures that only belong in their imagination.
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The Haas Brothers normally collaborate with other artists from around the world in order to come up with these creations whilst honoring craftsmanship. For Ferngully, The Haas Brothers partnered with the ladies of Lost Hills in California to create the palm trees’ intricately beaded date pods. Monsters, beasts, flora, and fauna, shaped by a man’s mind influence, this is what they’re incredibly known for! Their new first solo art exhibition compiles such a creative design as always, meaning that it puts you in a natural environment that’ll evoke great senses of renewal.
The creatures in this fun art collection are endowed with diverse personalities, genders, sexualities, races, and human and animal characteristics. Their different shapes and sizes represent the complexed ecosystem and multi-ethnic world that we live in, crafted with a little bit of humor.
You can visit this exhibition by the two great contemporary artists from December 5th until April 21st at the Bass Museum, in Miami Beach, Florida. So if you’re in the area, I Lobo You highly suggests to you to go check it out!
See also: Art furniture by Jonathan Trayte