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What Came First the Chicken or the Egg - Kyle Bean, EIGA Design via yatzer : from the book EAT, Design with Food <a href=

EAT! Design with Food by EIGA

This is pretty creative! What Came First the Chicken or the Egg - Kyle Bean, EIGA Design via yatzer : from the book EAT, Design with Food

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Multi-layered sculptures - by Micheal Murphy . Michael Murphy challenges the boundaries between the second and third dimensions in his art. What appears to be a painting is, in fact, a series of dissected layers, forming…

Naoko Serino: Soft Sculpture. "She describes her work as fiber art: three-dimensional expression using jute that contains light and air. Some of her works are small individual pieces, while others are large-scale installations. It all looks delicate yet has an imposing presence." Text borrowed from http://collabcubed.com/

Naoko Serino: Soft Sculpture very cool idea! making geometries similar to these and placing the spoons in them. I personally fell in love with these ideas. the installation is amazing.

Michael Mc Gillis Compounded-2

A low curving stack of wood rises out of the grass, not drawing much attention from a distance. On closer inspection however, viewers are given an eye plea

Untwisted Ropes Tacked to Gallery Walls Appear to Sprout like Trees  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/06/rope-installations-mello-landini/

Janiana Mello and Daniel Landini: Untwisted Ropes Tacked to Gallery Walls Appear to Sprout like Trees - or neurons

ARTPRIZE!!! Grand Rapids, Michigan. BEST Art Competition...for anyone to join! Paper + Light = Shadow portraits

Origami Shadow Art of Actual Faces

Paper + Light = Shadow portraits: by Kumi Yamashita a Japanese artist living in New York

for the birds 2 / emily blincoe.

wetheurban: SPOTLIGHT: Color-Coded Photography by Emily Blincoe A sweet collection of assorted musings by photographer Emily Blincoe based in Texas. All objects stored and arranged in colors and themes.

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Takafumi Yagi - Colored Pencil Sculptures 21 Works Of Art For The Office Supply Fetishist In You

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I wrote about Peruvian artist Ana Teresa Barboza in and today I came across her series titled “Weaving the Moment”… obviously I had to write again. I have a major weakness for work that blurs th

art place japan

art place japan (The Jealous Curator)

Every three years, 300 square miles of land in northwestern Japan are transformed into the most ambitious and largest-scale art installation in the world: the Echigo-Tsumari Art Field.

Nyasha. She has been constantly carving away at her body. This has left her in a fragile state. She has carved way so much so that she looks extremely thin (the legs of the chair) but this has, in no way, eliminated her pressures and the wight she feels from them but instead has added to them (the dust sitting on the chair).

donateyourbones: “shinyslingback:kiameku: Jaime Pitarch Subject, Object, Abject 2006 chair, wooden shavings from chair legs 48 x 14 x 14 inches “ “” ”

Made from fabric and yarn. Espaces_Tendances-Maison_Objets-2013-Nourritures_premieres-Elizabeth_Leriche-Tamara_Kostianovsky-Boucherie-2

Made from fabric and yarn. Espaces_Tendances-Maison_Objets-2013-Nourritures_premieres-Elizabeth_Leriche-Tamara_Kostianovsky-Boucherie-2

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