hajandrade: “Dream Cloud” Carved Boulder Opal | Royal Ontario Museum | Toronto, Ontario, Canada | (via lightwrite)
sashastergiou: Scratching Her Heel Alexander Stirling Calder (1870–1945 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Washington, D.C., circa 1915. "Grief monument, Rock Creek cemetery." The timeless memorial by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Sadly appropriate to mark the murders of 20 children on 12/14/12.
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Devastating March 2011 Japanese earthquake - seismogram converted into a 3D sculpture by artist Luke Jerram
Mark Langan‘s reduced, re-used and recycled art is strictly from reclaimed material. The Ohio-based sculptor uses only corrugated boxes, non-toxic glue, a razor knife, a cutting edge and a mat for these fantastic sculptural works. While he also does corporate logos, the collector’s art pieces are the most interesting.
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Henrique Oliveira‘s work is nothing short of authentic genius. Creating giant sculptures and installations of colourful tree trunks bursting through buildings and walls is all in a day’s work for this young Brazilian artist. Henrique creates his sculptures using timber salvaged off the streets of his home town – São Paulo. His mind bending site-specific installations twist, curve, bend and split in a chaotic and abstract ways.