Analogue Life - Bronze Vessel - Website shows 3 different finishes but unfortunately no longer available. This is a very simple but elegant design. It would be nice to water a small house plant like an African Violet.
Gummy Bears, Sidewalks Paintings, Art Festivals, Artists Leone, Leone Time, Gargantuan Gummy, Street Art, Streetart, Bear Paintings
Sidewalk Paintings of Gargantuan Gummy Bears Wobble to Life When Viewed From Above-longside the Malta Street Art Festival, artist Leon Keer decorated a boardwalk with bright, elongated gummy bears that appear skewed when up close, but tower in height when viewed from above. This band of nine realistic candy bears seem to interact with the passersby, their slanted shapes appearing to be the same height as those who stop to take a closer look. The anamorphic bears don’t seem to be celebrating the
MALTA GUMMY BEARS - ARTIST LEON KEER CREATED 3D ART FOR MALTA STREET ART FESTIVAL http://www.widewalls.ch/malta-gummy-bears-leon-keer-street-art-festival/ #GummyBears #3D #Graffiti #StreetArt #UrbanArt #ArtNews #Malta
Street art gummy bear paintings by Leon Keer
The Balance of Bonsai Design by bonosaimirai: One of the hardest things about designing bonsai is finding the threshold between bold, progressive design and imposition. At times that line can be extremely thin and once passed, it serves as a marker for where the design stopped being about the tree and started being about the artist... #Design #Bonsai
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The Art of Biophilia: Extraordinary Mosaics Incorporating Earth’s Most Colorful…
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Christopher Marley 32x40 Feather Mosaic in Black Frame
The Art of Biophilia | Glossom Blog
Sandy Beaches, Sculpture, Beaches Architecture, Sands Architecture, Archtiectur Sands Castles, Artists Calvin, Artists Sculpting, Calvin Seibert, Architecture Design
New York Artist Sculpts Sandcastles That Would Make M.C. Escher Proud
Calvin Seibert: Sand Sculpture
Artist Calvin Seibert (previously) recently completed a new series of his geometrically precise sand castles on the beaches of Hawaii. A professional sculptor, Seibert seems to borrow angular ideas from Bauhaus architecture or the flair of Frank Gehry.
Sand Architecture of Calvin Seibert
The Sandy Beach Architecture of Calvin Seibert
Lex Wilson via behance: Amazing tutorials. #Illustration
Spiders Web, Galleries, Patterns Step, Islam Patterns, Sacred Geometry, Illustrations Islam
Lex Wilson via behance: Amazing tutorials. #Illustration Islamic Art, would be a beautiful book cover
Tetsubin (鉄瓶) are Japanese cast iron pots having a pouring spout, a lid, and a handle crossing over the top, used for boiling and pouring hot water for drinking purposes, such as for making tea. en.wikipedia.org/... Image credit Dennis Wilkinson. #Tetsubin #Teapot #Cast_Iron
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Black Castiron Teapot | Tetsubin 鉄瓶
Found MY teapot !! Now...... I just need to find my tea pot. Lol
Tetsubin (鉄瓶) are Japanese cast iron pots having a pouring spout, a lid, and a handle crossing over the top, used for boiling and pouring hot water for drinking purposes, such as for making tea.
Tetsubin Cast Iron Teapot
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Ceramic pie plates
Akio Nukaga at Heath Ceramics : they look like chic paper plates
Mori Kowa is a master of Japanese Urushi, a very rare lacquer technique. Carved bamboo forms were laboriously hand dipped in thin coats of natural tree lacquer, polished, and dried between layers, to develop a lustrous matte black surface. #Kitchenware #Japan
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URUSHI BAMBOO SPOONS BABY - Mori Kowa
Lacquered bamboo spoons
I think if you were to use wooden spoons and chulk board paint these would make great writing activities using chulk.
Japanese Kitchenware: Image credit: Mikkel Vang #Kitchenware
Color Inspiration, All Black, Art Photography, Black Kitchens, Black Plywood Kitchens, Matte Black, Products Design, Black Object, Black Stained
matte black lifestyle.
black kitchen items
Black stain (Minwax poly shades black?)
All black everything
Chairs Tops, Chairs Repr, Patio Chairs, Toys Tops, Simple Toys, Magi Chairs, Spun Chairs, Products, Magi Spun
We have these at work - so fun! Spun Chair by Thomas Heatherwick, hermanmiller #Chair #Top
Inspired by a simple toy top," the Spun Chair represents a step down in scale for designer Thomas Heatherwick.
Magis Spun Chair - patio chairs
Water, Illustrations, Roots Vegetables, Inner Growth, Digital Art, Trees Roots, Seeds, Keep The Faith, The Roots
In the winterseason, and nothing seems to be happening- this is when your roots are growing deep- keep the faith in those dark days of deep winter, Gods purpose is being rooted and grounded for the spring!
attend lovingly to maintaining rootedness. walk in nature, eat root vegetables, exercise, when you get too much in your head pay attention to your feet!
Inner growth.. "Though we all have the fear and the seeds of anger within us, we must learn not to water those seeds and instead nourish our positive qualities – those of compassion, understanding, and loving kindness." -- Thich Nhat Hanh
"nurture your inner growth" #quotes #life #design #illustration
'creative ' vol.2 | digital ART
Nurturing inner growth and the root of all things...
Lounges Chairs, Outdoor Furniture, Orange Models, Outdoor Lounges, Helios Orange, Four Seats Lounges, Outdoor Benches, Heat Benches, Heat Outdoor
Heated outdoor lounge 94"w x 29"d x 18"h
Four-Seater Lounge Chair : Helios
Heated Outdoor Furniture, Helios Orange model | Galanter and Jones
Helios heated bench!
Sreamline Moderne, wsj: The exterior of the 1937 house, designed by architect William Kesling in the Streamline Moderne style, included porthole windows, second-floor observation deck and gangplank front steps. #Architecture #Streamline_Modern
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The exterior of the 1937 house, designed by architect William Kesling in the Streamline Moderne style, included porthole windows, second-floor observation deck and gangplank front steps.
Art Nouveau, Tables Radios, Dorwin Teagu, Deco Streamlin, Sparton Tables, Walter Teagu, Art Deco, Walter Dorwin, Vintage Radios
Walter Dorwin Teague, Sparton Table Radio (1936)
Art Deco Streamline Radio by Walter Teague for Sparton Co.1926. #vintage #radio #1920s #home
Steam Locomotive, Early American, Vending Machine, Pennsylvania Railroad, Raymond Loewy, Blog Design, Industrial Design, Art Deco, Time Magazines
Art Contrarian: Early American Streamlined Locomotives, Part 2
The PRR S1 class steam locomotive (nicknamed "The Big Engine") was a single experimental locomotive, the longest and heaviest rigid frame reciprocating steam locomotive ever built. The streamlined Art Deco styled shell of the locomotive was designed by Raymond Loewy. (Wikipedia)
Raymond Loewy (November 5, 1893 – July 14, 1986) was an industrial designer, and the first to be featured on the cover of Time magazine, on October 31, 1949. Born in France, he spent most of his professional career in the United States. Among his designs were the Shell and former BP logos, the Greyhound Scenicruiser bus, Coca-Cola vending machines, the Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 and S-1 locomotives, the Lucky Strike package, Coldspot refrigerators, and the Studebaker Avanti.
Industrial designer Raymond Loewy standing on one of his designs, the Pennsylvania Railroad's S1 steam locomotive
Bureau, 1933-1934 by Gilbert Rohde. wikipedia #Design
Hiroshig 118, 118 Woodblock, Brooklyn Museums, Gilbert Rohd, Art Deco, Rohd Chest, Chest Of Drawers, English Sycamore, Decor Art
Gilbert Rohde chest of drawers, 1933
Brooklyn Museum: Decorative Arts: Bureau- 1933-1934, English sycamore, sucupiro, and plywood, Gilbert Rohde
BelGeddesCar by Norman Bel Geddes, wikipedia #Industrial_Design