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Crazy grass sculptures!

French artist Mathilde Roussel created a series of living grass installations that take the shape of human beings. Made of recycled material and fabric filled with soil and wheat grass seeds, the pieces are meant to symbolize the centrality of food.


Mathilde Roussel, Lifes of Grass. Soil, wheat seeds, structure from recycled metal, fabric.

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lifes of grass

Living Sculptures of Grass by Mathilde Roussel “The French artist Mathilde Roussel imagines superb sculptures of human figures in various positions made ​​of metal and covered with grass.

Grass sculptures by Mathilde Roussel

Hanging Living Grass Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel. It shows the effects of material transformation as a metaphor of the growing changes of the body

By Guy Laramee

Artist Guy Laramee has produced some quite exquisite work in the form of carved book landscapes, and the dense pages of old books are excavated to reveal serene and beautiful mountains, plateaus, and ancient structures. Via Guy Laramee.

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Mathilde Roussel's 'Lives Of Grass' Installation Represents The Transformation Of The Body (PHOTOS)

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Object Sculptures by Nicola Yeoman

British designer and visual artist Nicola Yeoman builds ephemeral sculptures using everyday objects. Sculptures magnified with the light of the scenography.

ZADOK BEN-DAVID http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/zadok-ben-david/ #sculpture

last weekend we visited the tel aviv museum of art to make the last day of the much talked about exhibition of zadok ben-david - ' human.

I'm all broken up. Who are you now? by Michael Emery - Burning Man 2006 Black Rock City, Nevada  Playa art

I'm all broken up. Art Mosaic by Michael Emery - Burning Man 2006 Black Rock City, Nevada