Intricately Crafted Marine Life Specimens Suspended in Glass by Artist Steffan Dam.

Intricately Crafted Marine Life Specimens Suspended in Glass by Artist Steffan Dam.

I know that you can't see it really well...but do you guys know what kind of markers these are? I wanna know because they're soft and good looking haha.

I know that you can't see it really well...but do you guys know what kind of markers these are? I wanna know because they're soft and good looking haha.

Michael Mapes. CUTTING out SHAPES from PHOTOS and attaching them to canvas with STRAIGHT PINS to re-form the picture

Michael Mapes. CUTTING out SHAPES from PHOTOS and attaching them to canvas with STRAIGHT PINS to re-form the picture

All images courtesy Joanna Bird Gallery unless otherwise noted As a child, Danish artist Steffen Dam loved poring over his grandparents' collection of scientific books and cabinets of insects. This fascination of how we catalogue and understand the natural world followed through to his artistic gla

All images courtesy Joanna Bird Gallery unless otherwise noted As a child, Danish artist Steffen Dam loved poring over his grandparents' collection of scientific books and cabinets of insects. This fascination of how we catalogue and understand the natural world followed through to his artistic gla

Jellyfish Installation Steffen Dam  2010 -Glass, silver foil, carbon layers  Purchased with the support of the Friends of the V&A - © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Jellyfish Installation Steffen Dam 2010 -Glass, silver foil, carbon layers Purchased with the support of the Friends of the V&A - © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

HENSE (The Jealous Curator)

HENSE (The Jealous Curator)

This is the work of Alex Brewer, also known as HENSE. It was a private commission, in South West Washington DC, that transformed this old church into a piece of contemporary art. | via the jealous curator

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