Martin Wittfooth. Jussi Lehtiniemi - Portfolio. A u d r e y * k a w a s a k i. Statuette - River god. Physical description Terracotta figure, a 'sketch-model' of a river god, roughly modelled and half-reclining.
The left arm between biceps and wrist is broken away. Place of Origin Florence, Italy (made) Date ca. 1580 (made) Artist/maker Giambologna, born 1519 - died 1608 (maker) Materials and Techniques Terracotta Dimensions Height: 31 cm, Width: 39.4 cm, Depth: 25 cm, Weight: 8.400 kg Object history note This clay model or bozzetto, dating to about 1580, is constructed of lumps of clay rapidly pressed together to produce the broad outline of the features, form and musculature.
The results of the thermoluminescence testing suggest a later date than expected which raises the possibility that the sketch was made for a different unidentified scheme. Historical significance: The statuette is a dramatic re-working of the Graeco-Roman type of River God, usually shown lying down and supporting itself on one elbow, so as to fill the outside angle of a classical pediment.
Historical context note Materials. Welcome to the Central Illustration Agency. Trevor Grove Sculpture and Illustration. Sideshow Collectibles. View forum - Model sheets. Com. Space Helmet: It Ain't What it Seams.
I have now cut and stitched together the four main parts of the helmet, and then shaped the wet leather over the yard sale plastic original.
The toy astronaut helmet serves not only as a pattern source, but also as a shaping form. It reminds me of the underwater helmets worn by the crew of the Nautilus, with its roundedness. At the end of yesterday's blog I decided that the plain exposed seam I had tried (and was planning for the entire helmet) wasn't the best choice, so I ripped out the one seam that I had done, and restitched it. I replaced the side seams with overlapping seams, and for the center seam I chose a butt seam (since an overlapping seam has to favor one side or the other, and won't be symmetrical).
There are three different types of handsewn seams that I use in my leatherwork: Overlap, butt and plain. The plain seam can add structural strength and really emphasize the seam line, as can be seen on my firemaster's helmet. Puck Collective. Graphic Artists Group News. TENORI-ON. The interface with light and sound.
Media artist Toshio Iwai and Yamaha have collaborated to design a new digital musical instrument for the 21st century, TENORI-ON. A 16x16 matrix of LED switches allows everyone to play music intuitively, creating a "visible music" interface. Features The TNR-W (TENORI-ON White LED) is equipped with white-emitting LEDs on both sides, making it perfect for performing in front of an audience in a live setting. This model features a strong, solid magnesium frame. More Features. 'See No Evil' Graffiti Street Art Project Bristol. Battlefileds - Thresholds of Imbalance. Stickee-'s Photostream. IMG_0823. Spraypaint « El Mac. Limited Edition Artist Watches.
John baizley - "babylon grain #1" WIYB with Moleskine from Ka Tat Chan in Hongkong. Tutorials. The Sketchbook Project. If you have any other questions, please visit our dedicated support website at support.sketchbookproject.comWhat is The Sketchbook Project?
The Sketchbook Project is a crowd-sourced library of over 30,000 sketchbooks (and counting) submitted by people of all ages and backgrounds from more than 135 countries. Anyone can add their voice to the collection by signing up to fill a Sketchbook Project book of their own to submit. The entire project is on view to the public as a permanent collection at Brooklyn Art Library, our storefront exhibition space in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. What if I don’t sketch? We use ‘sketchbook’ as loose term for experimentation in creativity. What is Digitizing? Select digitizing, and your completed book will be professionally photographed and uploaded for you to The Sketchbook Project’s online Digital Library. Naranbaatar. Leopold Rabus @ aeroplastics.
Extraordinary Crafts. Tara McPherson. Voice Your Temper. Illustration & Hand-made Typography » Virgin Blue. Generative Work by Sergio Albiac. Network. Eroné's Photostream. Scott Campbell. Is this really a sculpture? So, you are wondering what is so special about this man’s face?
It is a hyperrealist sculpture by Jamie Salmon, who uses materials such as silicone rubber, fibre glass, acrylic and human hair. Incredible detail! Also see: The Hyperrealist Sculptures of Ron Mueck Notes from the artist (from bio): I like to use the human form as a way of exploring the nature of what we consider to be “real” and how we react when our visual perceptions of this reality are challenged. Link via Sweet Station. 1000 journals - Journal Expanded Detail. Underwater Sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor. 106 of the most beloved Street Art Photos – Year 2010. More info.
More info. ROA – A Street Art Collection. Geof kern. Craft_&_Design_magazine.
Estate and Old Hollywood Style Jewelry by laralewis. Galleria Grafica Tokio. Yayeveryday. Friend + Johnson.