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Ceramic sculptures - students hand build sculptures using pinch, additive & subtractive techniques

Ceramic sculptures - students hand build sculptures using pinch, additive & subtractive techniques

In Onahama, Japan, following the Great East Japan Earthquake, a project known as Okurie emerged that involves painting murals onto buildings that are scheduled to be demolished. Nearly two years later, artist Yosuke Tan, aka untangle, paid a visit to one site of an Okurie at Iwaki Sogo High School where recent graduates of the now-vacant educational institution gathered to commemorate the building they spent their high school days in. Using 27 liters of paint, the students left their…

In Onahama, Japan, following the Great East Japan Earthquake, a project known as Okurie emerged that involves painting murals onto buildings that are scheduled to be demolished. Nearly two years later, artist Yosuke Tan, aka untangle, paid a visit to one site of an Okurie at Iwaki Sogo High School where recent graduates of the now-vacant educational institution gathered to commemorate the building they spent their high school days in. Using 27 liters of paint, the students left their…

Check out our Fur Exercise and Download the Step by Step Guide HERE.    Artist: Tim Von Rueden (vonn) Fur can be tough, so be patient and don’t rush the details. If y...

Check out our Fur Exercise and Download the Step by Step Guide HERE. Artist: Tim Von Rueden (vonn) Fur can be tough, so be patient and don’t rush the details. If y...

In Onahama, Japan, following the Great East Japan Earthquake, a project known as Okurie emerged that involves painting murals onto buildings that are scheduled to be demolished.

In Onahama, Japan, following the Great East Japan Earthquake, a project known as Okurie emerged that involves painting murals onto buildings that are scheduled to be demolished.

Poet Sarah Kay on How We Measure Creative Success, Being a Working Artist in Today’s World, and the Only Antidote to Our Endemic Fear of Missing Out

Poet Sarah Kay on How We Measure Creative Success, Being a Working Artist in Today’s World, and the Only Antidote to Our Endemic Fear of Missing Out

Spectacular Cherry Blossom Murals Made with Hand Prints - Japanese students commemorate their school before they are demolished after the earthquake

Spectacular Cherry Blossom Murals Made with Hand Prints - Japanese students commemorate their school before they are demolished after the earthquake

analog, cassette tapes, eco-art, floppy disk painting, nick gentry, reuse, obsolete storage media, VHS tapes, repurposing obsolete storage m...

analog, cassette tapes, eco-art, floppy disk painting, nick gentry, reuse, obsolete storage media, VHS tapes, repurposing obsolete storage m...

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