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    Phillip Low

    phillip low

    "birthstones" ... hand-pulled screen prints by elisa werbler ♥

    carly waito - literally a daily gem! {ps. these are paintings... really.}

    Irregular Parallelogram laminated cast acrylic by Vasa Mihich...but in my mind I see a kaiburr crystal and I'm wondering what color it will make my light saber! :)

    eric michel

    paintings/sculptures by zin helena song

    Acrylic prisms by Phillip Low

    Justine Khamara, you are a glorious, desolate prospect’ (detail), 2010

    Glass Buddha Sculpture

    The Jealous Curator "Oooh, so pretty! I love these little painted objects by LA based artist Haley Ann Robinson. By day she is a graphic designer, and at night… well, I assume that’s when she paints these gorgeous little chunks of wood! All of this work was done for Totokaelo, a shop filled with lots of fantastic things {Dear Santa, I would like a chunk of wood with gold on it. Thank you.}"

    Acrylic Sculptures - Norman Mercer

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    sculpture by Xavier Veilhan

    Living by this every day for the rest of my life! I'm tired of letting stressers in life come between me and the ones I love. I will work hard every day, because I WANT to and I WANT my partner to know he is my everything and worth everything and anything.

    A collection of 3D fabrics that fold, fracture and turn three-dimensional, derived from the flat printed pattern. The textiles are made in a unique process, in which the printed image defines the fabric’s dropping and folding. The light, elastic textiles are dyed and then screen printed with an inflexible material that indicates the nature of the fabric’s movement and creates a new, three-dimensional textile structure. -- Mika Barr

    drew tyndell

    Moving in by aprilvg<-acciurado! I miss doing this in technical drawing class in middle school-one of the things that got me started on architecture

    Sculpture: Beast Horn Plaster Sculpture on Wood Base

    ahnini: jpegheaven: by Not Vital “625”, 2010 Fiberglass and soap, 300 x 150 x 140 cm