In her works, Lisbon-native Ana Tecedeiro takes viewers down memory lane to their childhood through simple and whimsical works that made of found objects such as buttons and bottle caps to old posters and colored yarn.
Ana Tecedeiro & Tiago Mourão – Bloco 103, Lisbon, through 12 May
Sheila Hicks’ Larger-Than-Life Tufts Of Fibers Create Wonderfully Tactile Installation
DaddyorChips' IMPOSSIBLE CUSHION: "This cushion was made using 5 x DPNs. Each little pyramid (and there are 81 in total!) was made the same way you’d make socks, in the round, but decreasing at the beginning and end of each needle to get the pyramid effect. Instead of sewing them altogether, I picked up stitches at the base of each pyramid and knitted it all in one go."
DaddyorChips' IMPOSSIBLE CUSHION: "This cushion was made using 5 x DPNs. Each little pyramid (and there are 81 in total!) was made the same way you’d make socks, in the round, but decreasing at the beginning and end of each needle to get the pyramid effect.
Ravelry: DaddyorChips' A Clockwork Orange Cushion
Double Chalice, Kendall Buster.
Kendall Buster Double Chalice
Hyperbolic crochet - crocheting the Lorenz manifold
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'English Garden' by the amazing Arline Fisch, 2010; gorgeously photographed by William Gullette
Intersting subject matter.... how much of a person do you have to show for it to be a portrait... idea... what do peoples shoes reveal about them? Theme idea- photograph people's shoes and place next to image of their faces... every person has a story and their shoes show where they have been... could do toddlers through to adults as an interesting view point.
installing Mater Matrix Mother and Medium Commissioned with Seattle Public Utilities 1% for Art Funds, and Administered by the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs
Recycled art.. very cool
Recycled Art: Girl with a Pearl Earring
plastic bag installation.
Robert Jansonâ€™s Plastic Bag Installation | 4 blog
amazing paper artist - Nathalie Boutte
Irish installation artist Mark Garry. In many of his installations, he uses pins and beads to attach hundreds of tiny threads to the walls and floors of a space, creating very delicate installations that flow with the space and geometry of a room. As one interacts with an installation, the artificial and natural light changes and the at times luminous threads take on a rainbow of tones and colors.
Hundreds of Threads Create Rainbows
Artist Korean Do Ho Suh created Thousands of Plastic Figures Hold Up the Floor