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Design Inspiration, Stockings Vector, Stockings Photography, Art Nouveau, Vintage Labels, Labels Vintage, Google Search, Les Étiquett, Étiquett Vintage
art deco fish - Google Search
les étiquettes Vintage : poisson et volaille stock photography
vintage labels: fish and poultry - stock vector
Dance Posters, Poster Design, Newcastl Festivals, Amy Rodchest, Inspiration, Poster Frame-Black, Graphics Design, Dance Shoes, Festivals Poster
newcastle festival poster
Newcastle Festival of Dance Posters Designer Amy Rodchester
Amy Rodchester: Newcastle Festival of Dance Posters - inspiration
Slapdashing Graphic Design Inspiration Blog
Dance Shoes Festival Poster
3D Digital, Thoughts Meeting, 3Dprint, Digital Sculpture, Digital Art, Street Art, Adam Martinaki, 3D Prints, Meeting Mine
Where Your Thoughts Meet Mine, Artwork by Adam Martinakis. 3d digital sculpture. computer. modeling - rendering. Where Your Thoughts Meet Mine, Artwork by Adam Martinakis. Image #384123 / digital art
Cruzine.Join the 3D Printing Conversation: http://www.fuelyourproductdesign.com/
Adam Martinakis: where your thoughts meet mine
Jen Stark - her work will blow your mind!!
Stark Paper, Color, Jenstark, Paper Art, Paper Sculpture, Paperart, Cut Paper, A Stark, Book Projects
Jen Stark #stark #jenstark #3d
Cut paper sculpture, Jen Stark.
Jen Stark #paper art - her paper sculptures are amazing!
Jen Stark #PaperArt #Art #Awesome
Love What You Do - Graphic Design Student Show - Interesting use of cutouts in photography.
Pictures Ideas, Exhibitions Poster, Poster Frame-Black, Graphics Design Inspiration, Graphicdesign, Neat Ideas, Parties Invitations, Shadows Plays, Design Students
cutout, and shadow play. such creative options for design work. #graphicdesign
NICE! This would be awesome to do for a party invitation for Scott... or anyone really. Hilarious.
Graphic design inspiration #poster #student #show
by Nicole Lavelle. Love What You Do - Graphic Design Student Show - Interesting use of cutouts in photography.
fairy lights! such a simple idea
Idea, Bottle Lights, Christmas Lights, String Lights, Holidays, Wine Bottles, Empty Wine Bottle, Centerpieces, Winebottl
centerpieces idea - lighted wine bottles (or any kind of bottles). Can be done with battery-powered string lights for easy portability
Holiday Centerpieces - FULL INSTRUCTIONS! See other pin "bottle of boos" for another wine bottle light idea!
I did something similar to this a few years ago for my mom it came out really nice. Wine Bottle Lights Recycle empty wine bottles into these chic decorative wine bottle lamps for your next cocktail party. Decorating a basement bar or rec room can cost a fortune. But use this fun idea for turning wine bottles into inexpensive art!
Wine Bottle Lights. Clever. #DIY #Lights #WineBottles #Neat #Ideas #Clever
Wine Bottle Lights. Recycle old wine bottles and use them as a centerpiece during the holidays by putting strands of christmas lights in them! So pretty
charles s. anderson design co.
wrapping paper patterns // Charles S. Anderson Design
Japanese artist Akiko Ikeuchi. Born in Tokyo in 1964, Akiko received a doctorate in painting from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. For over two decades he has been hanging his delicately crafted string sculptures in galleries around Japan, Korea, and New York. The installations are constructed from extremely delicate silk threads, and despite the chaotic appearance of the knotted webs Akiko plans each work as an architect would plan a building with precision blueprints that involve a complex internal framework. The resulting works evoke powerful forces of nature: tornadoes, whirlpools, and perhaps even galaxies themselves.
Silk Thread Installations, Delicate Silk, Artists Flair, Art Inspiration, Art Installations, Japan Artists, Delicate Crafts, Akiko Ikeuchi, Silk Vortex
Silk vortex by Akiko Ikeuchi
extraordinary glass sculptures by Madison-based artist Shayna Leib. Leib became obsessed with glass at the tender age of 7 when she saw a glassblowing demonstration at a local university, an experience that profoundly changed her life.
Paintings Art, Artists, Glasses Sculpture, Artworks, Shaynaleib, Glasses Art, Shayna Leib, Sculpture Art, Art Glasses
Vibrant Orange glass sculpture by Madison-based artist Shayna Leib. Each of the pieces in her Wind and Water involves a painstaking, multi-step process that begins with pulling individual 30-50 foot segments of glass called cane
Fascinating Sculptural Glass Art by Artist Shayna Leib
Shayna Leib | Art Glass Sculpture
#Blown #glass #sculptures #art
glasswork of shayna #painting art #painting
Shayna Leib artwork
The Glasswork of Shayna Leib
Hobo nickels: although the history of carving miniature bas relief sculptures into coins stretches back to the 18th century if not earlier, it was greatly popularized in the early 20th century with the introduction of the Buffalo nickel. This particular coin was minted using soft metal and was imprinted with the portrait of an indian with bold features, making it easier to deface and transform into the portraits of other people, animals, or even scenery. Add to that the idle hands of unemployed artists during the depression (thus, “hobo”) and soon a flood of curious numismatic treasures were born.
Miniatures, Liberty, Artists, Hobo Nickel, God, Skeletons, Skull Art, Hobo Coins, Skull Nickel
The term “Hobo Nickel” describes any small-denomination coin (though, normally soft nickels) that people carve to create miniature reliefs of…well, all sorts of things. Here's a skull nickel.
Hobo nickels! A terrifying alternate universe where we are ruled by skeletons.
in God we trust! Liberty... and justice for all.
Skull Nickel - Liberty '05
Crazy Skull Art | Skull Nickels by Christopher Jobson on September 4, 2011
Hobo nickels: although the history of carving miniature bas relief sculptures into coins goes a way back, it was greatly popularized in the early 20th century with the Buffalo nickel. This particular coin was minted using soft metal, making it easier to deface and transform the original into the portraits of other people, animals, or even scenery. Add to that the idle hands of unemployed artists during the depression and soon a flood of curious treasures were born.