Sonia Rentsch, Art Design, Organic Object, Harmless Weapons, Rentsch Harm, Bang Bang, Rentsch Weapons
The Planthunter | Issue 7 | POWER | Artist Sonia Rentsch: Weapons and Nature. Words by Jess Bineth, image by Albert Comper, courtesy of January Biannual
In her ‘Harm Less’ series artist Sonia Rentsch defuses the powers of modern weaponry by constructing guns, grenades and bullets completely from organic objects.
In her Harm Less series artist Sonia Rentsch defuses the powers of modern weaponry by constructing guns, grenades and bullets completely from organic objects. The shape and form of each piece are really convincing, yet I also enjoy the obviousness of each plant chosen to resemble various
From her series 'Harm Less' - Harmless weapons made of plants by artist artist Sonia Rentsch who defuses the powers of modern weaponry by constructing guns, grenades and bullets completely from organic objects.
Harmless Weapons Made of Plants by Sonia Rentsch weapons sculpture plants illustration guns (the only weapons that should exist)
ART & DESIGN Harmless Weapons Made of Plants
Sonia Rentsch - "Harm Less"
From her series 'Harm Less' - Harmless weapons made of plants by artist artist Sonia Rentsch who defuses the powers of modern weaponry by constructing guns, grenades and bullets completely from organic objects. / for more great Art, Architecture, Design and Photography works, come follow us now on Facebook or visit us on Pinterest…
Air pollution kills 60,000 people per year | 40 Of The Most Powerful Social Issue Ads That’ll Make You Stop And Think
#Air #Pollution Kills 60.000 #People A Year. @teammangomedia Via: http://www.themangomedia.com/web-design.php
This morning we was sent over this pretty cool article which featured some great ways the creative arts can be used to address social issues. This was one of our favourites. Air pollution kills 60,000 people a year
Air pollution kills 60.000 people a year L'inquinamento dell'aria uccide 60.000 persone l'anno
"Air Pollution Kills 60,000 People A Year" - powerful social ads that leave an impression.
Creative Advertising - Air pollution kills 60,000 people a year
Environmental: Air pollution kills smoking gun campaign.
Pop Art, Graphic Illustrations Comics, Graphics Cartoons Posters, Vintage Comic, Art Prints Graphics, Comic Guns, Cartoon Illustrations Comics, Bang Bang
1st of all - go ahead and bring a knife to a gun fight and tell me how well that works out for you. 2nd: EVERYBODY knows you're all talk-you ain't gonna do shit 3rd: you couldn't beat me on your best day bitch - so your "threats" are quite entertaining ;)
War Poster, 70 S, Anti War, Vietnam War, 1960S, Flower Child, 1960 S
Make love, not war is an anti-war slogan commonly associated with the American counterculture of the 1960s. It was used primarily by those who were opposed to the Vietnam War, but has been invoked in other anti-war contexts since.
MAKE LOVE NOT WAR anti-war poster USA 1967 24X36 CLASSIC collectors ART #American #ColdWar
Make Love, not War An anti-war poster from the Vietnam war era
Dimitri Tsykalov, Heart Wood, My Heart, Wooden Hearts, Heart Sculpture, Human Heart, Wood Heart, Anatomical Heart
wooden heart by dimitri tsykalov I am a collector of hearts in art and jewerly. This wood carved heart is beautiful.
Listener Wooden Heart: Pulling fist fulls of rotten wood from my heart, I still believe in saviors
Dimitri Tsykalov, Heart, 2002, wood, bark, and soil, 170x100x100cm. "Like an oversized mobile suspended in a child's bedroom, a massive replica of a human heart hung from the ceiling at Galerie Rabouan Moussion, twirling around gently. "Heart" seems almost naturally occurring, certainly because of its organic dirt material, but also because the intricate network of vein-like branches and trunks doubling as coronary arteries pointing out of the muscle flows so fluidly. "
b468c313693ce3de4ee42faad6f5f369.jpg (444×599) wooden heart by dimitri tsykalov
wooden heart by dimitri tsykalov. I can name a few who hold this deep within
tree heart sculpture~ hmmm....always believed they actually had one!
German illusionist Alois Kassner, 1920's poster. Alois Kassner (August 28, 1887 - March 23, 1970) was a German illusionist.He performed a with a full evening show with twenty assistants, one of the largest magical shows in Germany of his day. He made a short come-back after the last war and retired at the age of 65. His farewell show was on August 1954 in Berlin. Kassner was a member of the I. B. M. and the Magic Circle. His colorful posters are treasured by collectors.