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"Ara Solis" (series of photos of model ships sailing across rumpled beds) by Luis González Palma

Ara Solis, Ships Sailing Across Bedsheet Oceans

Beautiful project titled “Ara Solis” by Guatemalan photographer Luis González Palma.

Layered Cut Paper Sculptures Inspired by Nature  I like how the layered quality of this object allows the creation to emerge, in regard to both presence and physical structure. This is something that we should aim for in our designs, since the concept of 3-D designs is something that we want to incorporate into next year's yearbook.

Hand-Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary See many more of these beautifully layered paper sculptures loved by Art Ed Central

For his project titled "Ara Solis", Guatemalan photographer Luis González Palma created a series of images representing small models of 15th century sailing boats, symbolically ‘crossing the seas’ of different sleeping beds. Ideas of migration, intimacy and dreams of the future are brought about in this wonderful series.

Beautiful project titled “Ara Solis” by Guatemalan photographer Luis González Palma.

Tracing paper and wheat paste… delicate, organic, beautiful, light-filled tracing paper and wheat paste. That’s it. Seriously. Sigh. I love this sculptural work by San Francisco based artist Mary Button Durell… and don’t even get me started on her workspace!* I want my studio filled with lovely cells and cones made solely from tracing paper and wheat paste!!!

Sculptural work by San Francisco based artist Mary Button Durel: Tracing paper and wheat paste. Delicate, organic, beautiful, light-filled tracing paper and wheat paste.

Packing Tape Spiderweb

Packing Tape Spiderwe

Packing Tape Spiderweb Installation by Viennese/Croatian design collective For Use/Numen. - 21 Works of art using office supplies

epic little people floor!

Epic Floor

Epic Floor Design, although I'm not sure what the idea is. if laid with clear or glass tiles to see the design would be different, but to put black tiles over doesn't make any sense. I wonder if you get a magnifying glass to view the floor.

Where to Find the World's Most Iconic Pieces of Art

Where to Find the World's Most Iconic Pieces of Art

If you're looking to check some famous museums off your bucket list, the folks over at Parrot Print created a handy infographic.

David Hockney Mother 1, Yorkshire Moors

David Hockney, Mother: another manipulated-photo work of art. Hockney is the originator of this technique. *LINK to Cubism*