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Czech artist Veronika Richterová creates sculptures from repurposed PET plastic bottles, into what she calls PET-ART. | via Caroline Williamson on Desgin Milk

Sculptures Made from Repurposed PET Plastic Bottles - Design Milk

Constellation, Group B (detail): every star is hand cut and 100% accurate. Each bag directly references a precise view of the night sky seen from a different place on earth. | Yuken Teruya via design Milk

Cutting Paper Into Trees: The Art of Yuken Teruya - Design Milk

Notice Forest (Prada), 2015. Tree cut from Prada carrier bag. | Yuken Teruya via design milk

Cutting Paper Into Trees: The Art of Yuken Teruya - Design Milk

The Full Body Project: photos by Leonard Nimoy (yes, Spock) $900-$18,000; book, $39. | R Michelson Galleries

Leonard Nimoy - The Full Body Project

EasyGallery frame for 8"x10" (size 14.5"x17.5"x1.25"), $39.00. Shipping (USA) $7 up to 5 frames | Change of Art

LARGE for 8x10 - Matte Black

Finalist in 2013 Online Ikebana competition: glass vase, water, green (?) and orchids by Lucy | Ikebana Australia

Ikebana Gallery Award 2013 ~ Ikebana Gallery Award

Found Type Framed: "While I’m enjoying Kara Pecknold’s blog Dialogue Through Design and regularly add her posts to my Link Drop’s, today I’m pointing to one of her images. She took the above found typography on the wall of Gordon Smith. I love the idea and am now going to keep my eye out for shapes to make my own alphabet." | Michael Surtees on Design Notes

Found Type Framed | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

Landscape demo using French Ultramarine Blue, Phthalo Blue, Quinacridone Gold and Permanent Alizarin | SplashingPaintBlog


Flocks of the Sky Birds: Based on a bench and poem in Slough; shown in "Whatever Floats Your Boat" in Slough Museum | Margaret Cooter, May 2011

margaret-cooter: Books

Holkham Beach, Sunset 36 x 36, oil | Peter Wileman

Christoph Niemann's Sunday sketches | The Guardian

Christoph Niemann's Sunday sketches – in pictures

Lago d’Iseo | F&O FabForgottenNobility

Trees by Master of I-nen Seal, 1600-1630 | Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian

Open F|S: The Smithsonian's Freer and Sackler Galleries' collections are now available online

Open F|S | Collections | Freer and Sackler Galleries

Lengths of brightly coloured garden hose are arranged to resemble a classical fountain in a work by artist Bertrand Lavier currently installed in the grounds of London's Serpentine Sackler Gallery | dezeen

The beauty of wind: Giant wind turbines, Palm Springs, California | The Guardian

Broadland Mist by Kieron Williamson. Kieron has a passion for the history of art and the principal reason for moving to Ludham, buying a cottage with the proceeds of an earlier exhibition, is that it was the home of one of his artist heroes Edward Seago. | KieronWilliamson

Thurne Mill, Norfolk by Edward Seago. Price Realized: £50,450, 31 May 2012 | Christie's

One of the 40 works by Edward Seago from the Horton/ Ancil collection which will be offered at Sotheby’s on November 13. ‘The Gallop, Weston on the Green’, a 2ft 3in x 3ft 4in (69cm x 1.02m) oil on canvas, is estimated at £60,000-80,000. | Antiques Trade gazette

Winter by the Thurne, Edward Seago (1919-1974), a self-taught artist who was born in Norwich and lived in Ludham, best known for landscapes and portraits. | BBC

Seago works expect to fetch £325,000

Misty Morning, River Thurne by Edward Seago. "My grandmother was particularly fond of Ted (Seago) and every year he would be invited, with other old friends, to stay at Sandringham during the week of the annual Flower Show at the end of July. There was always a wonderful moment, I remember, when Ted would give my grandmother his annual present of a painting...", Prince Charles | BBC

Seago works expect to fetch £325,000

The Sculpture of Esther Ruiz: The cylindrical forms come from study core samples. I imagine my core samples from other planets. The arch on a horizon line, which I use most often, is mainly informed by landscape. Much like the setting sun, but I imagine my miniature landscapes existing in another realm or on another planet. What would the setting sun look like on Saturn? I think about that a lot. | Jaime Derringer on design milk

The Sculpture of Esther Ruiz - Design Milk

For the past decade, Simon Beck has been decorating the Alps with his stunning mathematical drawings, created by running in snowshoes across freshly laid snow. Each image takes him up to 11 hours to make and covers an area about 100m x 100m, requiring him to travel up to 25 miles as he marks out the pattern. He has inspired a clothing range and has diversified into beach art. | the Guardian

Artist: Wang Ruilin 王 瑞琳 Name: Horse.Play - No.1 / 马·戏 一 Size: 70×58×28 cm Material: Copper & Painting / 铸铜彩绘 Year:2011 Photographer: Zou Shengwu | Behance

The Grand Monkey Room (3), 2006 | Karen Knorr on Danziger Gallery

Karen Knorr - Artists - Danziger Gallery