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New Shadow Figure from Fabric

New Shadow Figure from Fabric2

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Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli

Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli | S.O.M.F

Shadow Art

Shadow Art

Shadow Art

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Animal Sculptures Mirror

Animal Sculptures Mirror – Fubiz™

Olafur Eliasson, Multiple shadow house, 2010. When a body enters the space and begins to interact with the light installation, beautiful and subtle overlaid visions of their shadow fan across the screens – as they move around forward and backward the image is thus altered and can be manipulated. In this way the project is a creative collaboration between the artist, viewer, space and technology. Essentially the artwork is redundant without the presence of the figure.

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Flying Houses

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Tenugui Japanese Fabric 'Pile of Pandas' w/Free Insured Shipping

I saw this "Tenugui Japanese Fabric 'Pile of Pandas'" pin in my Pinterest email today, but I'm not sure what kind of fabric it is. Might be nice to make bedsheets out of, if you like sleeping all cuddled up with panda bears!

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Knife Shadow Silhouette Artworks

Shadow Knives: Silhouette Artwork Cut from Butcher Knives by Li Hongbo Wasteland, Metal, 35 x 9.8 x 1.7 cm, 2014

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Awesome installation art.

shadow art? nice :) This enormous laser-cut wood cube projects beautiful shadow patterns onto surrounding gallery walls. Learn more about Anila Quayyum Agha's installation 'Intersections' on Colossal. / Sacred Geometry <3

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Shadows can be amazing: 30 optical illusions that will blow your mind

Book shadow art

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I’m Not There

I’m Not There – Fubiz™


Shadow Art

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Transparent Face Off Sculpture

Transparent Face Off Sculpture – Fubiz™

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Incredible Shadow Drawings Appear Through Mangled Wires

New York-based artist Larry Kagan creates abstract wire sculptures that transform into recognizable figures when exposed to light from a precise angle