Steampunk butterflies whoa! found object artist extraordinaire paula tipped me off to these supercool moth series of wall sculptures, made from repurposed objects by ohio artist michelle stitzlein. these pieces are cobbled together in the most pristine way from old piano keys, tin cans, license plates and bicycle tires, among other things.
Portland – based photographer Jim Golden started a series of still life photographs featuring colossal collections of everyday objects. The series is a massive visual delight making each viewer notice the minute details of every object in the photographs.
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Think you can identify a movie just by seeing the objects that appeared in that movie? If a movie is iconic enough, yeah, you probably can. Artist Jordan Bolton made this poster series that lays out various items that’ve appeared in a film, and it’s sort of fun to try and remember what was used for what. Sometimes it’s easy—you see those long black gloves and pearls and you can already picture Audrey Hepburn gazing into the window at Tiffany’s. With other movies, you can maybe only remember…