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by wemakecarpets : bandaids

curated contemporary art /// we make carpets

48195adb4061d60fac72a2e007910592 Cardboard Eva Jospin

Christopher Marley insect art

soo sunny park - installation of "unwoven light" 2013

Yasuaki Onishi, Reverse of volume RG. 2012, glue, plastic sheet. Onishi uses the simplest materials - plastic sheeting and black hot glue - to create a monumental, floating form. The process that he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes, which are then removed to leave only their impressions.

Motor Oil reflections by Romain Crelier

Glassy Pools of Used Motor Oil Reflect the Architectural Splendor of a Swiss Church

ganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb

Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb

Willie Cole, shoe chair.

Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe

TateShots: Roman Ondak, Measuring the Universe | Tate

A Tablecloth Created with Lace-like Patterns of Collected Seeds by Rena Detrixhe

salt sculptures - motoi yamamoto

Unbelievable Salt Sculptures by Motoi Yamamoto

The American Dream - sand sculpture installation by Chad Wright

The American Dream: A Sand Castle Suburb Consumed by the Ocean

Changwon Lee / installation with tea leaves

By Tara Donovan

Soft gravitational pull towards fleshy architectural bodies.

Synaptic Stimuli

Installation by Studio Glithero is reflected in a pool of water

Design Log | Lost Time by Studio Glithero

Kim joon

daniele buetti light installation

Chris Wood

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// chris wood

Zeger Reyers

Art Installations, Sculpture

Alejandro Sales. Barcelona. Fiber Bubbles art installation - beautiful textile constructions

Seoul-based artist Seon Ghi Bahk - delicate columns of suspended charcoal

Installation by artist Baptiste Debombourg in a beautiful Abbey called Brauweiler Pulheim near Cologne in Germany. Debombourg used many sheets of glass, wood, nails and white paint. He tries to imitate a flood of water rushing into a room or the influence of ice on a place.

Aérial par Baptiste Debombourg - Journal du Design