Molly Gambardella is an illustrator, screen printer and designer from the United States who looks to push boundaries and create new environments with her artwork. To express herself, she uses various techniques from simple illustrations to giant sculptures. Recently she has posted her new pencil sculpture called “Color blind” that took Instagram by surprise, gaining over 250,000 likes in 24 hours.

Color Blind: Colorful Pencil Sculpture By Molly Gambardella

Molly Gambardella is an illustrator, screen printer and designer from the United States who looks to push boundaries and create new environments with her artwork. To express herself, she uses various techniques from simple illustrations to giant sculpture

Twisted Tree Branches Fused with Ornate Picture Frames by Darryl Cox

picture frame inspiration Twisted Tree Branches Fused with Ornate Picture Frames by Darryl Cox

Upcycled magazines, cut into strips and rolled around paper clips and then linked together...DIY::BEADED CURTAIN:: Upcycled Paper Beads Hanging Bead Curtain

Upcycled magazines, cut into strips and rolled around paper clips and then linked together.DIY::BEADED CURTAIN:: Upcycled Paper Beads Hanging Bead Curtain I'm thinking for the bathroom door window.

Giant 16th-Century ‘Colossus’ Sculpture In Florence, Italy Has Entire Rooms Hidden Inside

Giant 16th-Century ‘Colossus’ Sculpture In Florence, Italy Has Entire Rooms Hidden Inside

red-lipstick: Gigantic century sculpture known as Colosso dell’Appennino, or the Appennine Colossus located in the park of Villa Demidoff (just north of Florence, Italy). It was erected in 1580 by Italian sculptor Giambologna Italy).

The rugs do work: a carpet work which seems to melt onto the floor.

Frieze art fair New York 2016 – in pictures

The rugs do work: a carpet work which seems to melt onto the floor // isn't this a twenty one pilots album cover?

Seattle sculptress Kim Graham and her team made this amazing troll sculpture out of reclaimed lumber, discarded cardboard, and papier mache.:

How can you not appreciate the huge task of making this. I want one in my yard!Seattle sculptress Kim Graham and her team made this amazing troll sculpture out of reclaimed lumber, discarded cardboard, and papier mache.

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