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    "Clouds" - Kumi Yamashita

    Kumi Yamashita

    awesome shadow art i wish i could do that!!

    Kumi Yamashita

    Man with No Shadows by Makoto Tojiki: Consruction of a life-sized man made of LED lights which hang on threads from the ceiling.

    City View by Kumi Yamashita

    The shadow art of Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli is the result of carefully calculated projections of light. Using mathematics to produce each visually compelling and mind-boggling piece of work.

    silence now

    by shadow artist Kumi Yamashita (origami paper and a single light source)

    German artist Moto Waganari crafts intricate human sculptures using filigree wires, but there are hidden surprises in his works of wired art. The artist uses light to tease out the ‘alter egos’ of his sculptures, which splay out on the wall as dramatic, two-dimensional shadows.

    By manipulating kitchen strainers and shining light through them, amazing portraits are created from the resulting shadows.

    cloud moments captured by the artist through the careful manipulation of moisture, smoke and temperature. Truly exquisite and ephemeral.

    in the shadows ooo cooool

    shadow art

    Interesting...

    Henrique Oliveira was born in Ourinhos, Brazil in 1973 and hails from the university of São Paulo, Brazil. Oliveira uses wood collected from the streets of São Paulo where he lives, to create huge installations which he refers to as “tridimensionals”. The thin sections of wood are obtained from old fencing and boarding known as ‘tapumes”, are bent and curved into these enormous structures that seem to spill off the gallery walls

    Smeared Skies Made from Hundreds of Stacked Photographs by Matt Molloy sunset landscapes clouds Canada

    We are made of stars. (Mihoko Ogaki, Milky Way) installation project, Japan

    so amazing. David Kracov is a sculptor, painter, and animator, who received a BFA from studied at Rhode Island School of Design... ...Butterflies are a continued theme in his work and every piece he makes includes at least one, sometimes visible and other times hidden. Kracov regards it as his signature.

    The light on the blocks creates the shadow...amazing