Japanese artist Takanori Aiba It’s no wonder a former maze illustrator is the architect behind these incredibly detailed bonsai sculptures made of clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin.
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"Hawaiian Pineapple Resort" Sculpture on Bonsai Tree; 16.5" x 16.5" x 27.5"; made of steel/ resin clay/ resin/ plaster/ plastic/ balsa veneer sheet/ epoxy putty/ FRP/ styrene foam/ LED lighting; art by Takanori Aiba, via Flickr
Branching out, Aiba created a larger dwelling by upcycling a pineapple can. The “Hawaiian Pineapple Resort” adds a fantastical theme to the everyday can while adding greenery that pokes out from the resort roof. Takanori Aiba’s Amazing Bonsai Tree Castles are Miniature Living Worlds Bonsai Treehouse by Takanori Aiba
Reminds me of the swiss family robinson tree house. This could be a cool idea for a store where you are taken in a boat to the store. Something to set apart from competition Please visit our website @ https://www.freecycleusa.com for awesome stuff.
The Japanese art of raising bonsai trees is a beautiful way to infuse greenery into indoor spaces. But artist Takanori Aiba takes the art to a new level with his incredibly intricate series of bonsai castles. The Japanese artist carves miniature masterpieces that weave in and out of the miniature trees, creating cohesive architectural marvels that burst forth with life!
Now THATS what I call a TREE HOUSE! Artwork and Photography by TAKANORI AIBA @ TOKYOGOODIDEA.COM As a follow-up from yesterday’s Picture of the Day, the Sifter was compelled to do a full feature on Takanori Aiba’s incredible miniature sculptures. The level of detail and intricacy in his work is truly mind-blowing. Each sculpture is like a miniature world, bursting with [...]
Fairy Garden: Artist transforms bonsai trees and empty cans into insane Lilliputian cities
Takanori Aiba architecture miniature Bonsai Tree Houses Japan, Japan
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba
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Another amazing Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba This one is called the "Ice Cream Packages Tower" [www.tokyogoodidea.com]
Takanori Aiba - Aiba showcases his knowledge of maze illustration and architecture by creating intricately detailed, miniature, worlds wrapped around bonsai trees, lighthouses, cliffs, and constructed on vertical islands.
Artist Takanari Aiba merges the already fantastic Bonsai trees with miniature architecture to make these wonderful, tiny tree houses. The bonsai trees don’t always make an appearance, giving way to other settings like tiny homes built around islands, cliffs and even the Marshmallow Man Michelin Man. We guess the labyrinthine buildings put together have enough room for a city block of tiny people.
Amazing bonsai tree houses: Ice Cream Packages Tower by Japanese artist Takanori Aiba (2010) Medium: Craft paper/ polyvinyl chloride / plastic/ cheek veneer sheet / plaster /acrylic resin / acrylic paint / epoxy resin / wood stain Dimensions: W:600mm, D:400mm, H:850mm Time spent: One and a half years
Miniature Bonsai Tree Labyrinth - by Japanese artist Takanori Aiba who uses his experience in creating labyrinths for his miniature sculptures. (from Womens9)
Bonsai Treehouse Sculptures Takanori Aiba Creates Intricate Mini Masterpieces
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LOVE paper art!
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Jen Stark paper art - crafts of glueing and cutting strategically with the designer's imagination
.// Jen Stark amazing paper art, maybe the next artist at Backside Gallery ? ;)
Jen Stark paper art- I love the colors and this is a new idea for me
Jen Stark #paper art - her paper sculptures are amazing!
Colorful Inspiration!!!! ~Jen Stark paper art
Jen Stark paper art. I love all the colors!
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Jen Stark paper art #color #shape #art
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neat public art. Celeste Roberge
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Gabion river stone sculpture at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada. photo by Benjamin Fish on Flickr. Ruth thinks this could be great if it was even bigger! at the entrance to one of our shows!
ButtonArtMuseum.com - Gabion river stone sculpture at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada. photo by Benjamin Fish on Flickr.
Gabion river stone sculpture ♥ this is a beautiful piece, Reno, Nevada, Nevada Art Museum.
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Kneeled-Down Stone Giant by Unknown Artist ~ #Art #Sculpture "Rock Steady??"
Gabion river stone sculpture at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada.
Gabion river stone sculpture
gabion river stone man
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba has creates this fantastical sculpture called Bonsai-B that looks like someone or something has taken residence in this bonsai tree
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"Bonsai-B", a miniature bonsai treehouse sculpture by Takanori Aiba. Click through to see more amazing miniature worlds on Flickr! #takanori_aiba #sculptures #bonsai #trees #miniature #treehouses #art #beautiful
Bonsai Tree House.If you think all bonsai look like mini trees in somebody's zen garden, you haven't seen Takanori Aiba's pieces yet. The Japanese artist combines bonsai art form with Lilliputian architecture design to create some of the most stunning pieces you will ever see
Amazing Bonsai Treehouse Sculpture mymodernmet on 02 14 12 in Art BonsaiB01 Amazing Bonsai Treehouse Sculpture Using materials that include stone clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin, Japanese artist Takanori Aiba has creates this fantastical sculpture called Bonsai-B that looks like someone or something has taken residence in this bonsai tree!
Bonsai-B – Bonsai Treehouse Art Piece by Takanori Aiba This work was featured on My Modern Met and it amazes me what some people can think up. Working with and shaping Bonsai trees is hard enough, but this is crazy. As stated by Takanori, “Cultivating a modern Bonsai style by adding a theme of relationship between human and nature to a Japanese classical Bonsai style”.
Using materials that include stone clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin, Japanese artist Takanori Aiba has created this fantastical sculpture called Bonsai-B that looks like someone or something has taken residence in this bonsai tree! It should come as no surprise that Aiba has a background as a maze illustrator and an art director for architectural spaces. Amazing Bonsai Treehouse Sculpture - My Modern Metropolis
Artist Takanori Aiba takes the art to a new level with his incredibly intricate series of bonsai castles. The Japanese artist carves miniature masterpieces that weave in and out of the miniature trees, creating cohesive architectural marvels that burst forth with life! Read more: Takanori Aiba’s Amazing Bonsai Tree Castles are Miniature Living Worlds Bonsai Treehouse by Takanori Aiba – Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World
bonsai treehouse 16 Badass Bonsai tree houses by Tokyo sculpter Takanori Aiba (18 photos)
The Japanese art of raising bonsai trees is a beautiful way to infuse greenery into indoor spaces. But artist Takanori Aiba takes the art to a new level with his incredibly intricate series of bonsai castles. The Japanese artist carves miniature masterpieces that weave in and out of the miniature trees, creating cohesive architectural marvels that burst forth with life! Read more: Takanori Aiba’s Amazing Bonsai Tree Castles are Miniature Living Worlds Bonsai Treehouse by Takanori Aiba
David kracov, amazing!
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"Book of Life" sculpture, by David Kracov I can have my students each make a butterfly, inside the book could be things they want to do when they grow up or simply quotes they like. Butterflies in cardstock!
"Book of Life" sculpture by David Kracov tattoo ideas, flowers instead of butterflies flowing from the book pages
Beautiful BOOK of LIFE metal sculpture created by artist DAVID KRACOV in honor of Rabbi Yossi Raichik, the beloved director of Chabad’s Children of Chernobyl organization. Pages of the book transform into colorful butterflies, each representing thousands of children that were saved from the devastated region of Chernobyl and given new lives. ...
The Book of Life by David Kracov - The metal sculpture, which stands at around half a metre tall, is a tribute to the extraordinary life of Rabbi Yossi Raichik, director of Charbad’s Children of Chernobyl organisation. Each of the hand-painted butterflies represents the 2547 children that escaped Chernobyl’s nuclear disaster and, with the help of the charity, have been given a chance at a new life.
Beautiful BOOK of LIFE metal sculpture © DAVID KRACOV (Artist, USA) via his site. In honor of Rabbi Yossi Raichik, director of Chabad’s Children of Chernobyl organization. Pages of the book transform into colorful butterflies, each representing 1,000's of children that were saved from the devastated region of Chernobyl & given new lives. More info: www.toxel.com/... [The law requires you to credit the copyright holder/s.]
Artist David Kracov was commissioned to create a metal sculpture called the "Book Of Life," it was inspired by the extraordinary life of Rabbi Yossi Raichik, a man who saved thousands of children's lives from the devastating effects of the Chernobyl disaster. The metal sculpture has pages filled with words from those he touched, and also features a flurry of butterflies, each representing the 2,547 children he helped save and give new lives.
David Kracov's Book of life - Kracov was commissioned to create an award to be given in honor of, and named for, the late director of Chabad's Children of Chernobyl, Rabbi Yossi Raichik, a man who saved thousands of children's lives from the devastating effects of the Chernobyl disaster. The metal sculpture has pages filled with words from those he touched, and features butterflies representing the 2,547 children he helped save and give new lives.
book art - David Kracov created this award called the"Book Of Life" given in honor of Rabbi Yossi Raichik, the beloved director of Chabad's Children of Chernobyl. The all metal sculpture ...is very meaningful: The sculpture depicts the "Book Of Life", each page filled with words from those he touched, with those pages and thoughts transforming into butterflies, each representing the 2.547 children he helped save and give new lives. More www.davidkracov.com
davidkracov Gorgeous book sculpture/artwork with butterflies.
Hôtel de Michelin by Takanori Aiba (www.tokyogoodidea...)
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Mineatures and Bonsai Trees: the work of Takanori Aiba, a Japanese wizard of miniature artistry with a specialty in making Bonsai treehouses and tiny tourist resorts from a parallel universe.
Graceful sculptures by Takanori Aiba ~ Takanori Aiba was born in 1953 in Japan. From 1978 he worked as a freelance illustrator. Since 2003 he creates amazing miniature compositions, with elements of urban and natural landscapes that have a large number of tiny details.
“Hotel de Michelin” - work by artist Takanori Aiba (500mm x 500mm x 870mm 19.6″ x 19.6″ x 34.2″) styrene foam / wood clay / stone clay copper line /epoxy putty /plastic aluminium foil / dry flower / Japanese ash o_O
Miniature Villages and Cityscapes in Bonsai trees by Takanori Aiba, , (varying sizes). - Album on Imgur
Takanori Aiba's amazing bonsai tree castles are miniature living worlds. Artist Takanori Aiba takes the art to a new level with his incredibly intricate series of bonsai castles. The Japanese artist carves miniature masterpieces that weave in and out of the miniature trees, creating cohesive architectural marvels that burst forth with life! http://inhabitat.com/takanori-aibas-amazing-bonzai-castles-are-miniature-living-worlds/bonzai-tree-castle-by-takanori-aiba/
Hotel de Michelin by Takanori Aiba... For nearly a decade since the late 1970s artist Takanori Aiba worked as a maze illustrator for Japanese fashion magazine POPYE. The following decade he worked as an architect and finally in 2003 decided to merge the two crafts—the design of physical space and the drawing of labyrinths—into these incredibly detailed tiny worlds. Using craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials Aiba constructs sprawling miniature communities that wrap around bonsai trees, lighthouses, and amongst the cliffs of nearly vertical islands.
Hôtel de Michelin - Bonsai Tree Sculpture by Takanori Aiba
Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba
Takanori Aiba`s Amazing Tree Houses
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The treehouses evolved into towering lighthouse dioramas perched high on traditional rocks, with the delicate foliage encircling Takanori Aiba’s spiraling wooden walkways leading to the lighthouse model on top. Read more: Takanori Aiba’s Amazing Bonsai Tree Castles are Miniature Living Worlds Bonsai Treehouse by Takanori Aiba – Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World
Though his sculptures of tiny treehouses, solitary lighthouses and the Michelin Hotel (literally) may seem unorthodox and relatively overbuilt, bonsai-wise, there are more traditionalist elements than meets the eye.
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba's amazing bonsai tree house: The Lighthouse-B (2008) Medium: Japanese suiseki /balsa veneer sheet / wire / plaster / stone clay / plastic Dimensions: W:200mm, H:370mm Time Spent: 3 months
The japanese artist Takanori Aiba creates real miniature universe based on bonsai trees. It's incredible !!!
Artist Takanori Aiba (the bonsai tree house guy) is interviewed at My Modern Met. Click through to see his other work and hear what he has to say. This one is The Lighthouse-B.
Bonsai Treehouses and other Sculptures by Takanori Aiba: 6_Aiba_The-Lighthouse-B_view2.jpg
bonsai tree houses by takanori aiba for nearly a decade since the late 1970s artist takanori aiba worked as a maze illustrator for japanese fashion magazine popye. the following decade he worked as an architect and finally in 2003 decided to merge the two crafts—the design of physical space and the drawing of labyrinths—into these incredibly detailed tiny worlds. using craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials aiba constructs sprawling miniature communities.
After we wrote about Japanese artist Takanori Aiba's amazing bonsai tree houses, we planned on, one day, following up with another post that not only showed his other incredible sculptures, but also included an interview with him. I'm happy to announce that that day has come. Aiba was kind enough to not only answer our questions, he also provided these great images of his dream-like sculptures, giving us the inside scoop on what materials he used and how much time it took to construct each m...
Artist cultivates magical microcosmic worlds with miniature bonsai trees : TreeHugger
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The Russian Mystery Holes A strange phenomena is happening in some Russian forests. People are finding strange, deep holes. They appear in the dense forest, in the places you can’t get on the car or truck to bring any device to drill the ground...
"Hole in the head" Jessica Harrison, 2011 - Or one BIG migraine
Jessica Harrison, Hole in the Head, 2011. Jessica Harrison ©
Sculpture Hole in the Head by Jessica Harrison - Ink, 2011
Designspiration — Jessica Harrison - Hole in Head, 2011
malmolondon: Jessica Harrison, Hole in the head
collage - J. Harrison, Hole in head
Inspired bust sculpture in marble -
NARUTO (VORTEX) or BLACK HOLE =D
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Paul Baliker is the artist behind this magnificent driftwood sculptor. It is his beautiful and powerful effort to call attention to the peril that the world’s oceans face. This stunning and intricately carved piece, which features a variety of sea life swirling around a representation of man and an hourglass, represents the relationship of man and the ecosystem.
Driftwood sculpture. Wish I knew where this is and who the artist is. Poseidon sculpture.
"Oceans 11th Hour"-Florida Artist Paul Baliker, with another of his sculptures at Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum. Effort to call attention to peril world’s oceans face. “Take measures now to quit polluting and overfishing,” said Baliker. “We’re in the 11th hour and time is running out.” 8' highx10' wide. Florida Cedar Driftwood both pieces found on islands - Florida’s Gulf Coast between Cedar Key and Homosassa Springs. Left over from pencil factories - cut down trees in the 1930s & 1940s.
Driftwood Sculptures by Paul Baliker...man that thing is awesome! :)
♥ Driftwood Sculptures by Paul Baliker This artist is amazing
Driftwood sculptures by Palm Coast artist Paul Baliker
Wooden Sculpture by Paul Baliker
The Green Mound Juniper Bonsai Tree is one of our most popular bonsai trees because it adds an amazing feel to your home décor. It is known as the Karate Kid bonsai tree, and has been growing in popularity ever since the move was release in the USA. This is an excellent addition to a patio or garden, and makes a great gift idea or fall decoration idea.
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Green mound Juniper in rock pot. Approximately 6 years old and 15-22" tall. Great beginner bonsai tree. $110 @ DallasBonsai.com
Brussel's Green Mound Junpier Bonsai by Brussel's Bonsai. $102.00. Evergreen favorite. Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'. 7 Years old; 16 inches tall. Supplied by America's largest bonsai nursery. Features curved trunks and well position branches. The natural movement of this tree's trunk and branches capture the essence of bonsai, making Green Mound the most used juniper variety. The texture of the Green Mound Juniper's foliage and the ease of trimming make this outdoor...
Brussel's Green Mound Junpier Bonsai by Brussel's Bonsai. $102.00. Supplied by America's largest bonsai nursery. Features curved trunks and well position branches. Evergreen favorite. 7 Years old; 16 inches tall. Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'. The natural movement of this tree's trunk and branches capture the essence of bonsai, making Green Mound the most used juniper variety. The texture of the Green Mound Juniper's foliage and the ease of trimming make this outdoor bon...
Grow this Juniper Bonsai Tree in your backyard and enjoy the classic looks all year long!
7-year Green Mound Juniper In Rock Container Outdoor Bonsai Tree
Juniper Bonsai Tree in Rock Pot 2 (Outdoor) - Bonsai Outlet
Green mound juniper bonsai tree in rock pot
The Fringe Flower Bonsai Tree is known for its explosion of the vivid maroon blooms that form a honeysuckle-like flower with sparks of deep purple and magenta. This bonsai is a sure favorite for home decor or patio decorations. It will bloom in May and will provide a splash of seasonal color to a patio, porch, or even inside desk if given sufficient sunlight.
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The Fringe Flower Bonsai Tree is known for its explosion of the vivid maroon blooms that form a honeysuckle-like flower with sparks of deep purple and magenta.
Fringe Flower Bonsai Tree for sale with pink flowers
FRINGE FLOWER BONSAI TREE
One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco
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One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco #art #sculpture #design #matchsticks #sanfrancisco #USA
It took 100,000 toothpicks, 35 years, and at least one moment when he was like “I think I’ll build the most glorious toothpick sculpture of San Francisco ever created,” but Scott Weaver did just that. Cable cars, Lombard Street, the Golden Gate Bridge–if it’s a San Francisco landmark, Weaver crafted a toothpick version of it. All that’s missing is the fog!
One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco wood video toothpicks sculpture San Francisco art
One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco. Artist Scott Weaver #art #sculpture
Rolling through the Bay by Scott Weaver, a toothpick sculpture depicting life in San Francisco. Made from over 100,000 toothpicks over the course of 35 years. There are close-ups and a video on the website.
Photograph by THE TINKERING STUDIO Scott Weaver has spent the last 35 years (on and off) on his ‘Rolling Through the Bay’ masterpiece. A kinetic art sculpture of the beautiful city of San Francisco. Using more than 100,000 toothpicks, Scott meticulously recreates all of the famous landmarks and destinations. Showed Kindergarten this they were fascinated.
1 man, 35 years, 100 000 toothpicks. This is Rolling Through the Bay by Scott Weaver
One man. 100000 toothpicks. 35 years: Scott Weavers. Rolling Through The Bay.
Artist Scott Weaver has worked over 35 years on this insanely complex kinetic sculpture, Rolling through the Bay, that he continues to modify and expand even today. The elaborate sculpture is comprised of multiple “tours” that move pingpong balls through neighborhoods, historical locations, and iconic symbols of San Francisco, all recreated with a little glue, some toothpicks, and an incredible amount of ingenuity. He admits in the video that there are several toothpick sculptures even larger than his, but none has the unique kinetic components he’s constructed. Via his website Weaver estimates he’s spent over 3,000 hours on the project, and the toothpicks have been sourced from around the world: I have used different brands of toothpicks depending on what I am building. I also have many friends and family members that collect toothpicks in their travels for me. For example, some of the trees in Golden Gate Park are made from toothpicks from Kenya, Morocco, Spain, West Germany and Italy. The heart inside the Palace of Fine Arts is made out of toothpicks people threw at our wedding.
Saatchi Online Artist: Sun-Hyuk Kim; Metal, 2010, Sculpture The way to happiness II
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From his series 'Drawn by Life' a set of great metal sculpture forming root systems depicting human forms and faces by South Korean artist Kim Sun Hyuk / #art #sculpture #root #face #metal
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metal #SCULPTUREs depicting human root systems by South Korean artist Kim Sun Hyuk from his series Drawn by Life
'Drawn by Life' a set of great metal sculpture forming root systems depicting human forms and faces by South Korean artist Kim Sun Hyuk
Metallic sculpture 'The Way to Happiness' by Kim Sun Hyuk. I chose this one because it's made of roots but shaped into a face.
I’m enjoying these metallic sculptures depicting human root systems by South Korean artist Kim Sun Hyuk from his series Drawn by Life. #InspirationIsEverywhere #DesignYourLife #1008designs #tenoeightdesigns www.tenoeightdesigns.com
Sun Hyuk Kim, Seoul – South Korea, The Way to Happiness II, October 5th 2010, Metal sculpture
The Way to Happiness II by South Korean artist Kim Sun Hyuk. "...has created a new series entitled Drawn By Life, that depicts Hyuk's interpretation of the human root system. Sculpted from metal, each piece has an incredible structural layout and elegantly depicts the figure we are intended to see. All the forms are also hollowed out, looking as if the roots that were encasing the image has been removed. Notice the emotion these pieces carry given some of their limited use of lines."
SunHyuk Kim; "The way to happiness II"
Latest works of Pavel Platonov. Stemming from elements of his photographs – the sculptural, geometric headpieces many of his subjects wear – his installations are large-scale origami-like tessellations in a variety of media and environments. Platonov has used mirror, fabric, metal, and other materials to create sharp, angular geometric forms. The installations also use lighting, shadow, and reflection to create an altered, futuristic effect.
Chrome Wolf, a sculpture by Platonov Pavel.
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Mixing geometric sculptures, installations and dark surreal portraits, Platonov Pavel has the undeniable talent to dive us into his strange, one of a kind universe. This stunning artist loves making mind-blowing creation of a large and beautiful variety, sharing a special attention to details.
Young Russian artist Pavel Platonov literally faced many obstacles before he started to delight us not only with his dark and intense photography, but also with his large installations made from used mirror, metal and other sharp and raw materials. His art is wonderful because it creates such an exciting clash between the real and
Geometric Sculptures by Platonov Pavel (http://www.fubiz.net/en/2014/02/07/geometric-sculptures-by-platonov-pavel/)
Pavel Platonov «(...) a departure from his dark, threatening photography. Stemming from elements of his photographs – the sculptural, geometric headpieces many of his subjects wear – his installations are large-scale origami-like tessellations in a variety of media and environments. Platonov has used mirror, fabric, metal, and other materials to create sharp, angular geometric forms. The installations also use lighting, shadow, and reflection to create an altered, futuristic effect.»
Pavel Platonov’s Geometric Sculptures | Hi Fructose Magazine in Photography
Platonov Pavel. Chrome Wolf, a sculpture by... - Supersonic Electronic Art
SURREAL LARGE-SCALE INSTALLATIONS BY PAVEL PLATONOV and DARK PHOTOGRAPHY
Su Blackwell - incredible book sculptures
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Su Blackwell does amazing work with paper: although it is not origami, it is definitely kirigami and paper sculpture. Among other things, she uses books and cuts scenes directly out from the pages of the book.
Su Blackwell makes astonishingly beautiful book sculptures. This one is The Baron in the Trees.
"The Baron In The Trees" Book Sculpture by Su Blackwell, 2011 (Complete Work; View #1 of 5)
amazing bookart by Su Blackwell "The Baron in the Trees" www.sublackwell.co.uk
Su Blackwell. Book art, altered book, book sculpture, fairy tale, paper trees.
Su Blackwell, The Baron in the Trees | 12 Amazing Works Of Art Made From Books
The Baron in the Trees. Su Blackwell, 2011. #altered #book #sculpture #art
"The Baron in the Trees" by Su Blackwell. Amazing book sculpture!
Book sculptures by Su Blackwell #paper #art
Broccoli House by Brock Davis
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Food art: broccoli tree house | vegetables: broccoli . Gemüse: Brokkoli . légume: brocoli | Artist / Künstler: Brock Davis |
"Broccoli House" (Broccoli Tree + Wooden Treehouse) | Brock Davis (Laser Bread), on Flickr. Photographer wrote: "I couldn't build a tree house for my son so I built him a broccoli house instead. Broccoli + balsa wood + craft knife + glue."
lettuceturnipthebeet: In honor of Earth Day: Artist and musician Brock Davis said he couldn’t build a tree house for his son so he built him a broccoli house instead. Broccoli + balsa wood + craft knife + glue. Brilliant thinking.
Broccoli House "I couldn’t build a tree house for my son, so I built him a broccoli house instead."- Brock Davis
“I couldn’t build a tree house for my son”, says Minneapolis-based graphic artist and T-shirt designer Brock Davis, “so I built him a broccoli house instead”.
The Broccoli House was created by Brock Davis with a simple desire in mind: “I couldn’t build a tree house for my son so I built him a broccoli house instead“.
Broccoli House by Brock Davis #tree #broccoli #treehouse #surrealism
Tree House... Cute idea
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An artist took the concept of being see through too literally. This statue, created by Bruno Catalano, is located in France.
Bruno Catalano sculpture in Marseilles symbolising the vacuum created by being forced to leave your land, your life, your people…for any reason. #brunocatalano
The suitcase is attached to his legs providing the support needed to hold up the rest of the statue. This is so cool. Not really street art but hey.
Le Grand Van Gogh : This statue was created by Bruno Catalano, it is located in France. | See More Pictures
An amazing piece of sculpture by the artist Frances Bruno Catalano, which symbolizes the vacuum created by being forced to leave your land, your life, your people... for any reason.
★ ✯✦⊱ ❤️ ⊰✦✯ ★ "Le Grand Van Gogh" Bronze Sculpture made by French Artist Bruno Catalano ★ ✯✦⊱ ❤️ ⊰✦✯ ★
An amazing piece of sculpture by the artist Frances Bruno Catalano, which symbolizes the vacuum created by being forced to leave your land, your life, your people... for any reason. 12039549_892475090840769_7110602878025496282_n.jpg (720×708)
Sculpture. Bruno Catalano. Bruno Catalano es un artista francés cuya obra consiste en una serie de esculturas a las que literalmente, les falta algo. El trabajo del artista se caracteriza por crear estatuas incompletas que sostienen sólo una maleta, razón por la cual el escultor tituló a su colección Los Viajeros (Les Voyageurs). - See more at: http://culturacolectiva.com/las-esculturas-incompletas-de-bruno-catalano/#sthash.ntaGJ0hz.dpuf
For the 18th day of Advent... Bruno Catalano, Le Grand Van Gogh, bronze. Admiring art since his youth, Bruno Catalano began his career as a sculptor with a remarkable talent in 1990, his sculptures reveal a real desire to present a unique style and to capture the viewer’s attention. The French artist who born in 1960 in southern France, works in bronze sculpture with a reoccurring motif. His figures are always lacking mid sections, and seem to be eerily suspended in mid air.
(title unknown), Acrylic resin and steel wire by Tomohiro Inaba
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Designer: Tomohiro Inaba (Japan). Dynamic sculpture of the deer. Tention and diffusion. A good example of contrast of texture.
Steel Wire Sculptures by Tomohiro Inaba #art #artistic #modernart #gallery #exhibition #painting #sculpture
Wire sculpture by Tomohiro Inaba - His sculpture appears to start off anatomically perfect (young deer nibbling in the grass) but devolves into a tangle of steel wire that twists vertically into the sky like pencil scribbles. Interesting transitional mix from realism to scribbles
Artist Tomohiro Inaba creates extravagant steel wired sculptures that just leave you in disbelief...so much precision and detail it's astonishing.
These wire sculptures by the japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba appear to be the 3D manifestation of an illustrator gone mad. Each sculpture appears to start off anatomically perfect, a delicate fawn nibbling in the grass or a sinister black skull resting on its chin, but each devolves into an impossibly complex tangle of steel wire that twists vertically into the sky like violent pencil scribbles. http://www.tomohiro-inaba.com/
Tochigi - Japan - artist - Tomohiro Inaba - acrylic resin & steel wire sculpture - deer - fade
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Tomohiro Inaba, Deer. ✖This pin inspires Lushified.com
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