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Christian Faur’s crayon art looks more like a rasturbated photograph than a portrait made of colored crayons. After scanning a photo, Faur breaks the picture down into color blocks. Then he closely aligns thousands of colored crayons to recreate the image. Truly amazing!

Color options for Shayla Wolf's Formation block, patterned in Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 8. Blog tour: http://www.quiltmaker.com/blogs/quiltypleasures/



sandra javera paper.

Anne Lindberg, "Andante Green" fiber installation

New York conceptual artist Nobutaka Aozaki is exploring the act of asking for directions in his ongoing art piece, Here to There, by gathering a collection of impromptu hand-drawn maps he obtains from complete strangers.

Ring installation by Arnaud Lapierre distorts and reconstructs reality through the layering of reflections and voids. The cylindrical environment warps visitors' perception of space into a simultaneously reconstructed and deconstructed reality.

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

BLAUE BLUMEN (1927) - Lindner? (arthurvankruining, via Flickr)

La anamorfosis es el increíble arte que solo puede ser apreciado desde un ángulo. Mediante el estudio del dibujo y de la perspectiva, el artista provoca un efecto óptico mediante el cual su obra solo puede ser observada completamente desde un ángulo.

Vertical Cities 1 by Allison Rae

Ed Fairburn. Western Front Cutout (Part I), 2013. Ink on reproduced military maps of the Western Front (WWI) with additional ink and paper cuts by partner and printmaker Bobbie-Jo. 25cm x 30cm. This cutout, layered map portrait is part of a recent series from this UK artist, who says "The idea of harmonizing a portrait with a map suggests that we are a product of the landscape." Underneath are North America climate charts, and the map on top is an old military map from World War II.

African tree art


Amazing sculptures in stone...

Lulu Wolf

paint brushes

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has collaborated with forest conservation organization More Trees to produce a set of beautifully packaged and unusually designed building blocks for children.