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Hand, Installation, Sketch, Art, David Olive, Wiresculpture, Artist, Wire Sculptures
Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira Lisbon based artist David Oliveira creates sculptures that appear as 3d scribbles, made by meticulously twisting, shaping and cutting wire to form the figures.
Eye-catching wire sculptures by David Oliveira look like freehand drawings. The artist creates three-dimensional “sketches” of animals and people.
David Oliveira (3) ethereal line drawing like quality of wire work art sculptures makes this contemporary large scale installation lokk like the hand of god reaching into the gallery to touch the world of beauty within:
Gtack - Wire Sculptures That Looks Like Sketches by David Oliveira http://www.gtack.com/p.php?p=ffr2xjgf=3#
WIRE HAND!! Wire sculptures – David Oliveira Portuguese sculpture David Oliveira creates his refined sculptures from wire, using transparent strings to create the illusion of levitation. The sculptures themselves give us the impression of inked sketches.
david oliveira | love how this wire sculpture looks like a ink sketch
Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira - My Modern Metropolis
Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira - I love hands!
David Oliveira #wiresculpture
Wire people sketches-Caulder meets Pearlstein:)
Sketch, Inspiration, David Olive, Wire Art, Design, Drawing, Wire Sculptures
Lisbon-born artist David Oliveira, who has a degree in Sculpture and a Masters in Artistic Anatomy from the Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts, twists and turns wire until he creates distinguishable figures and objects. Mysteriously, some of these pieces look like they’re actually floating...had to do this for a 3D design class once...
Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira amzing abstract figurative modern wire art installations
These are amazing! David Oliveira’s Wire Sculptures - could be inspired from continuous wire drawings - all the lines together -
rhubarbes: 3D Wire Sculpture by David Oliveira. (via 3D Wire Sculpture | David Oliveira - Arch2O.com) More art here.
David Oliveira caught our attention this year with his wire sculptures that look like 3D drawings. He twists and turns wire into a variety of forms including human beings, who seem to magically float in mid-air. Oliveira uses invisible filament to create the illusion that his pieces are floating or, in some cases, moving.
Oh I'm so jealous! I love the energy of sketches and here is work that moves the love of sketch into a profound work of art and experience. Not jealous of working with wire though... Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira
Wire Sculptures That Looks Like Sketches by David Oliveira | Amusing Planet
DAVID OLIVEIRA | Wire Sculptures | "Sketches in 3D"
davidoliveira real 3D statue
A recently discovered a film made in 1986 about Salvador Dali with interviews with Dali himself, and footage of him painting and narrated readings from his writing.
Salvador Dali, Artists, Dali Art, Surrealism, Salvador Dali, Paintings, Photo, Dali Autosodomized
Digital Art, Salvador Dali, Weird odd dreamlike bizarre unreal fantastic wacky Fine-art Surreal contemporary visionary art illustration digital poster limited edition giclee art print, surrealist artist Romantic idealistic sacred modern Posters framed prints painting drawing.
artwork: A recently discovered a film made in 1986 about Salvador Dali with interviews with Dali himself, and footage of him painting and narrated readings from his writing. There's an odd earnestness as he explains what he thinks he's contributed to art...
Surreal Illusion Paintings by Salvador Dali , http://itcolossal.com/salvador-dali/
Salvador Dali autosodomized by neofotistou.deviantart.com on @deviantART
Amazing artwork titled 'Salvador Dali Autosodomized' by neofotistou
Salvador Dali autosodomized by Christina-Antoinette Neofotistou
Salvador Dali autosodomized by ~neofotistou on deviantART
Maher Art Gallery: Salvador Dalí 1904-1989 | Painting
Salvador Dalí | Salvador Dali Pinturas
Interior, Floors, Color, Floor Design, Art, Space
Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie can transform any space into a visual delight with his geometric tape designs. Using everyday vinyl tape, he creates angles and lines of contrasting colors that suggest movement and optical illusions.
Zobop by Erica in Art Since 1999, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie has used ordinary vinyl tape to transform spaces into visual wonders in his signature floor series Zobop. These labor intensive installations are meant to fill a space while still leaving it empty, creating the most colorful optical illusions. How delightfully psychedelic!
Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie has created some cool-looking floor designs using everyday vinyl tape. “He can convert a once empty and quiet room into a space filled with energy. As viewers enter a converted space, they instantly have a visual interaction with the artwork.”
Tape Art, Glasgow, Scotland-based artist Jim Lambie transforms spaces by turning the floors into geometric mazes of color bursts and visual stimulation.
Forget the rest of the room, why not focus on the floor? Glasgow-based artist, Jim Lambie, has been creating these colorful floor installations with… wait for it… vinyl TAPE. The effect is reminiscent of op art, playing a trick on the eyes. #interiordesign #installation #design #opticalillusion
Stunning Geometric Tape Floor Installations by Jim Lambie With regular vinyl tape, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms any given space into a colorful, mesmerizing landscape that often create optical illusions.
Visual artist Jim Lambie is well-known for his colorful tape pattern arrangements on the floors of galleries and museums. He uses a simple material like vinyl tape to transform “a quiet gallery space into an energetic and emotional space of sensory pleasure. Lambie creates a rhythm that vibrates and pulsates, and even confuses and disorients the spectator.” #tapeart #art #coolart #streetart #drawing #draw
JIM LAMBIE – STUNNING GEMOETRIC FLOOR INSTALLATIONS #Design #Floor #Geometric #JimLambie
Jim Lambie // Vinyl #floor decorating #floor interior #floor design ideas #floor design
Claire Morgan - Fluid - Strawberries, taxidermied crow, fishing hooks, nylon