More to explore:
Behold The Great Monkey Project by cardboard sculptor and woodcutter James Grashow.Back in 2008, he created 100 awesome life-size monkeys out of cardboard and then hung them in the San Jose Museum of Art’s lobby. As he says, “The more monkeys you have, the more the space between them starts to jump. The ceiling becomes an abstract painting.”
James Grashow - Cardboard sculptures
The Great Monkey Project by James Grashow Installation of 100 cardboard monkeys
Ok, this is just fantastic!! JAMES GRASHOW - The Great Monkey Project
I love these! Cardboard Monkeys.
Monkey Swing | Flickr - Photo Sharing! www.flickr.com/...
I have all these terrific "Art Deco Textiles" which I believe are from one of the books of that same name, but I don't know where I got them. A few pins back is a present-day De Gournay design based on this.
MONKEY | Ryo Takemasa | flickr | what r u doing little monkey?? ^_^
The Tree of Life by artist Laura Zollar Karen Jacot Jacot Jacot Syverson - made me think of the tattoo idea you described the other night
Carr - White Heron
Japanese Macaque by jared chapman
The Monkey’s Interest By Ryo Takemasa
Monkey Magic - Tee by Marco Palmieri, via Behance
The Curious Life of Light Bulb Head Sculptures - My Modern Metropolis
Christian Robinson, Mosscovered Blog: February 2012