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Japanese artist Kohei Nawa (previously) just unveiled his latest creation, a small rabbit taxidermy covered in hundreds of translucent glass beads. Nawa refers to this sculpture series as pixel cell animals, and explains that “by covering the surface of an object with transparent glass beads, the existence of the object itself is replaced by ‘a husk of light’, and the new vision ‘the cell of an image’ is shown.” This appears to be his first new pixel cell animal in nearly two years.
glass pixel cell rabbit by koohei nama. a bunny taxidermi covered by glass beads so that it looks like it just jumped out of a bubble bath and adds new light to the shape
Glass Pixel Cell Rabbit by Kohei Nawa. #art #sculpture
Bunny art by Kohei Nawa
i'm dead #taxidermy #animal #fox
Not sure what this is, but it's creepy and I love it
Cedric Laquieze #taxidermy #art #sculpture #visualart #cedriclaquieze
Mathieu Miljavac’s conceptual taxidermy
sculpture in Portishead. I think this is so cool because it captures the movement of a natural element within the element itself.
sphere of mouse skulls by alastair mackie
Comment embellir un espace!
"The Rabbit Choir" by Alex T. Smith makes me like winter a little more.
Escultura gigante conejo de peluche
Nicholas Wilson Original Etching of Rabbit DESERT SAGE. $145.00, via Etsy.
Polly Morgan - Morning (2007) pollymorgan.co.uk/