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Korean artist Jae-Hyo Lee uses natural stones to create these inspiring installations, giving a new meaning to the world around us by rearranging this natural material into a three dimensional, man-built construction. The shapes of the stones vary, from round to cylinder, all in their natural, non-manipulated form. The stones are hanged by threads from the ceiling, and take the contour of tunnels or ball-like compositions.

Korean artist Jae-Hyo Lee: Amazing Three-Dimensional Suspended Rock Installations - My Modern Metropolis

Cloud Series, Lenore Tawney

Cloud Series, 1978 white cardboard with blue thread, 60 x 92 in.

Cloud Series, Lenore Tawney

Cloud Series, 1978 white cardboard with blue thread, 60 x 92 in.

Ainsley Hillard - Flow ¦ 2012 Photographic images heat-transferred onto a viscose weft; hand woven, hand-dyed nylon  Wales, United Kingdom

'Flow' by Welsh fiber artist Ainsley Hillard. Photographic images heat-transferred onto a viscose weft; hand woven, hand-dyed nylon monofilament warp, x 63 in. via fiber art international

FUKUMOTO Shihoko: NATURAL FOLK TEXTILES – FROM MATERIAL TO CONCEPT | Exhibitions | ARTCOURT Gallery

I just made a quilt that resembles this color concept and simple composition so, I naturally gravitate to this work - Amazing textile art by Shihoko Fukumoto [ ] 2012 photo: Nobutada Omote