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One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco (I guess this is what people do if they aren't by milagros

One Man, Toothpicks, and 35 Years: An Incredible Kinetic Sculpture of San Francisco Artist Scott Weaver spent over thirty years building this incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco using toothpicks.

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Scott Weaver used toothpicks, 35 years, and hours to build this incredible toothpick sculpture titled Rolling through the Bay. It is an amazing sculpture of San Francisco.

Kinetic Toothpicks: 35 Years in the Making

artist Scott Weaver had already begun work on this insanely complex kinetic sculpture, Rolling through the Bay, that he continues to modify and expand even today. One man, toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco

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Scott Weaver's Rolling through the Bay- Scott Weaver's amazing piece, made with over toothpicks over the course of 35 years, is a depiction of San Francisco, with multiple ball runs that allow you to go on "tours" of different parts of the city.

Takanori Aiba

Takanori Aiba creates these complex miniature buildings. So fascinating, cute and and technically brilliant. (via laboiteverte.

An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco made of 100,000 toothpicks and took 35 years to build. By Scott Weaver. See video here https://vimeo.com/22461692

One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco

Scott Weaver - An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco made of toothpicks and took 35 years to build.

It has taken 3,000 hours and 34 years to make - but the results are incredible.     Artist Scott Weaver has created a huge but incredibly detailed model of San Francisco using 100,000 toothpicks.

Come take a toothpick tour of the Golden Gate City: Amazing model of San Francisco made out of 100,000 wooden sticks

Remarkable: Scott Weaver's nine feet tall, eight feet wide autobiographical sculpture that contains 987 toothpicks

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Brian Dettmer's process    In this work I begin with an existing book and seal its edges, creating an enclosed vessel full of unearthed potential. I cut into the surface of the book and dissect through it from the front. I work with knives, tweezers and surgical tools to carve one page at a time, exposing each layer while cutting around ideas and images of interest. Nothing inside the books is relocated or implanted, only removed. Images and ideas are revealed to expose alternate…

Carved from a book! -Incredible art painstakingly crafted from old books by Brian Dettmer, aka the Book Surgeon. I was undecided on whether to post this on my book board or my art board.

Castle for mice! This would work with popsicle sticks, too.

future husband will build this for our children lol Rob Heard - Bough House Sculptures - Unique Wooden Art Sculptures hand-carved on Exmoor

Regardt van der Meulen South-African born sculptor:  The Deconstructed Series

South African artist Regardt van der Meulen delivers his series ‘Deconstructed’ made out of steel. The series exist of a group of fragmented, sci-fi-like sculptures of human shapes

I so love this....to clean up the visual environment and enhancing art education!  Three art students transformed this electrical tower in Hattingen, Germany into a stained glass lighthouse. The urban art installation used Acrylglas (plexiglass) rather than traditional stained glass for safety reasons.

Electrical Tower Turned into Stained Glass Lighthouse by German Art Students

three art students transformed this electrical tower in hattingen, germany into a stained glass lighthouse. The urban art installation used acrylglas (plexiglass) rather than traditional stained glass for safety reasons

ingrid siliakus: paper architecture

ingrid siliakus: paper architecture

Artist: Ingrid Siliakus Reflection on Sagrada Familia Paper architect/artist. her work is incredible!

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