wood sewing

I love when someone mixes materials in a new way! Kevin Manville is REALLY stitching slabs together with copper wire.

Jan Hendrix  | “Hoja, Árbol y Bosque” 2012 Cancún 3 water-jet cut seven metre high extruded geometrical shapes (triangle, circle and square) in white-lacquered aluminium. The installation lies upon a water mirror that increases the sculpture’s verticality. Via yama-bato

Jan Hendrix: “Hoja, Árbol y Bosque” 2012 Cancún 3 water-jet cut seven metre high extruded geometrical shapes (triangle, circle and square) in white-lacquered aluminium. The installation lies upon a water mirror that increases the sculpture’s verticality

plastic bag landscapes by vilde rolfsen.

Plastic Bag Landscapes

Plastic Bag Landscapes made with recycled plastics, lights & coloured backgrounds // Vilde Rolfsen Vilde J. Rolfsen, this piece is really neat, it is made from plastic bags and has a very unique texture, looks like water.

Focus Lighting designed lighting for the newly opened Science Storms exhibition in the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago/USA.

Focus Lighting designed lighting for the newly opened Science Storms exhibition in the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago/USA. -- lighting design with what looks like glass or water?

the first day of milan design week was filled with exhibition openings, designer interviews and cocktail parties, with the designboom team out and about, capturing the best of this year's events and exhibitions.

during milan design week art+design presents 'herringbones' by israeli designers yael mer and shay alkalay of london-based studio raw edges.

water fall -- -- SHIOYASU Tomoko expresses the enormous energy of nature in sprawling and precise handwork by way of cutting paper with a knife, melting layered synthetic paper with soldering iron and drawing on a synthetic paper which repels water. -- -- people wonder how her delicate work can stand the demands of being hung

water fall - SHIOYASU Tomoko work by way of cutting paper with a knife, melting layered synthetic paper with soldering iron and drawing on a synthetic paper which repels water. -- -- people wonder how her delicate work can stand the demands of being hung

Lynnette Miller.  I printed the negative version of the photo onto acetate and used that to make the cyanotype. Printed onto tea stained paper.

Lynnette Miller: I printed a negative version of the photos onto acetate, in black and white, and placed them onto the pre coated paper. In this case it was tea stained squared paper.

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