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Since 2001, Korean artist Yeesookyung has taken shards of discarded porcelain and reconfigured them into impressive abstract sculptures. Called Translated Vase, these bulbous forms feature a myriad of colors, shapes, and surface designs whose separate parts all converge into single towering pieces. Despite their mismatched elements, Yeesookyung’s work feels cohesive because of their adhesive; she uses 24-karat gold leaf to line the cracks, recalling the Japanese art of kintsugi—a repair method that celebrates the artifact’s history by emphasizing its imperfections.

The Translated Vase was inspired by Yeesookyung’s interest in a tradition held by Korean artisans—they destroy porcelain works that have minor defects in order to keep the rarity and value of surviving vessels. Saving these fragments, Yeesookyung puts them back together in “the manner of three-dimensional jigsaw puzzles.”

Yeesookyung: Website via [Colossal] All images via Locks Gallery. Boîte (8) Boîte (7) Boîte (6) Boîte (5) Boîte (4) Boîte (3) Boîte (2) Boîte (1) Structure (1) Structure (6) Structure (5) Artist Yong Ho Ji takes discarded tires and makes them into unbelievable animal sculptures. Subodh Gupta. Bhclgfeat. Images. Mike Kelley. Pplaceman. Holy smoke. Paper extravaganza charles clary 19. Paper extravaganza 3. Microbial Diddlation Movement 16. Paper extravaganza 1. Oeuvres en papier par Yulia Brodskaya. Yulia Brodskaya est une jeune graphiste illustratrice qui a commencé sa carrière en 2006.

Rapidement elle laisse de coté son ordinateur pour se concentrer sur ses collages. Son talent n’a pas tardé à émerger et de grandes marques lui ont fait confiance (Hermès, Starbucks,Target, Sephora, Le New York Times Magazine, …). Je vous présente aujourd’hui son travail personnel avec quelques oeuvres inspirées par la vieillesse. Pour en savoir plus sur Yulia Brodskaya, cliquez ici Photos © Yulia Brodskaya Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It. Vannerie de papier journal, jeux, tressage de panier, recup, tutorial.

Pansy and Dahlia Fabric Flower Tutorial. Photography by James Ransom for Martha Stewart Living I’m so excited to share this fabric flower tutorial from Martha Stewart Living with you. Such beauties! Easy to make, there’s plenty of time to create them for your Mother, Grandmother or daughter in the next day or two. There is a template for one of the flowers, but for the other, you need only needle, thread and some fabric scraps. Making fabric flowers for mom is a gift that keeps giving because of the plethora of ways to show them off.

Look at the gorgeous blooms from my garden that I cut this week. The fabric flower tutorial is brought to you courtesy of Martha Stewart. Pansy Fabric Flower Tutorial Materials Fabric Fabric-marking pen (air soluble)TemplateDetail scissors Sewing Supplies Pin (or whatever you care to use to show the beauty off!) Photography by James Ransom 1. 2. 3. 4. Dahlia Fabric Flower Tutorial 1. Well, Happy Mother’s Day to one and all! Kirigami : le matériel de base. La réalisation des kirigami ne nécessite pas de matériel très particulier. Les créations proposées sur Loisir Créatif demandent : • du papier • un cutter • un Xacto • une paire de ciseaux • du ruban adhésif double face • un bâton de colle • un compas • un réglet métallique gradué en centimètres et en millimètres • un crayon à papier • une planche spéciale pour couper au cutter ou, à défaut, un morceau de carton très épais (5 mm environ) d’une surface au moins double de celle du modèle à réaliser • un plioir ou un stylo à bille usé [pub] L’Xacto C’est une sorte de cutter à la pointe très effilée, destiné à découper les détails les plus fins, pour lesquels le cutter serait trop grossier.

Le stylo à bille usé Il est très important que le stylo ne contienne plus du tout d’encre. Le papier QUEL PAPIER UTILISER On peut utiliser toute sorte de papier, d’un grammage allant de 80 à 300 g/m2. On peut naturellement travailler à différentes échelles. Paper Flowers – Anyone Can Do That. Japanese Kusudama, this tutorial is featured on Craftuts Anyone can do that, I assure you. The proof: I can, just take a quick look at my result below. And, believe me, I am neither meticulous nor particularly patient. You could even say I’m the opposite. Below you can see my very first attempt to create paper flowers.

What you will need to make your own Kusudama paper ball? 1. 3. 4. (optionally) I prefer torn paper instead of cut. You have to start with a single petal. Now you have to glue your 5 petals into a flower. Apply the glue to only one side of each petal, except for the last one, in this case cover both sides with glue. Your first flower is done. Don’t glue every petal right after you make it. When all 12 flowers are finished you have to glue them together. When two halves of Kusudama Flower Ball are ready you have to glue them together.

Peter Dahmen · Grafikdesign. Ends in 21 days: January 30 → March 26, 2016 The Bernard Bouche Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of Etienne-Martin, from Saturday, January 30. This exhibition will include ancient works, most of them never shown and the theme of the exhibition will be plaster, by far the artist’s favourite material. This exhibition is about sculpture, about sculptural impasto — it is especially about the série de Têtes, charged and overloaded with plaster, which with hindsight, are highly surprising. It is a research on light and on the circulation of air in the sculpture. Later on, the wire becomes associated with the work of plaster, which accentuates the line in the space, as it can be seen in the nude studies or in Nageuse celeste as well as in Etienne-Martin’s first Demeures (Dwellings). Vue de l’exposition Plâtres & Fils de fer Courtesy Galerie Bernard Bouche, Paris Étienne-Martin (1913-1995) is one of the major artists of the second half of the XXth century.

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