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Do You Want To Dream Different? Posted by Radhika on September 11th, 2009 This mind teasing structure that you are viewing in pictures below was designed and developed by organic architect Javier Senosiain.

Do You Want To Dream Different?

Javier Senosiain is a Mexican architect who has a peculiar taste to create numerous marvels in different patterns. This particular shell house aptly named “Nautilus House” was given shape in 2006 at a place called Naucalpan in Mexico. Being an exceptional one directly from the imagination of its architect, it naturally had to undergo enough changes testing the patience of its builder. The concept “Organic” can be well experienced from the way one feels being amidst the nature. Image Source: Email Forward. Pat Perry. Seo Young Deoks Incredible Chain Sculptures.

Photo © Seo Young Deok The human body and its formation lie at the core of the Korean artist Seo Young Deok’s work who is preoccupied with the stories told through the human figure.

Seo Young Deoks Incredible Chain Sculptures

His solo exhibition 'Dystopia' took place at the INSA/Arko Art Centre in Seoul from 26 October 2011 until 31 October 2011 and showed his nude sculptures made meticulously in welded metal chain links piece by piece. Seo Young Deok presented a number of nude sculptures, some lying on the ground, some hung on the walls. He used welded metal chains in order to model them linking them piece-by-piece. Cut Paper Illustrations by Bovey Lee. - StumbleUpon. We get a lot of emails asking how to use brushes correctly so I hope this helps you out a little!

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A brow brush is designed to be stiff and angled for a reason. And we use the slanted edge to shade and the tip of the edge to outline. Put those components together and a brow brush is quite frankly a thing of perfection! Here’s how to use it properly: READ MORE… Last week we explored four different ways to wear Spring’s biggest Cobalt blue trend. This method has been around for centuries! A nod to the Uptown Girl, this look is very put together and polished. An Amazing Collapsible Lamp. You remember Hoberman spheres, right? Those collapsing, 3-D gizmos? Pish posh--they've got nothing on this new lamp by Studio Dror, being unveiled this week at Art Basel. The shade itself folds completely flat--it actually looks just like a bit of chicken wire or plastic fencing.

Environmental art, design, and products - Illusion - The Most Amazing Creations in Art, Photography, Design, Technology and Video. Fingerings. A seasoned artist: Japanese sculptor creates artworks entirely out of salt - Mirror Online - StumbleUpon. Motoi Yamamoto creates stunning sculptures and intricate mazes by filling a plastic bottle and meticulously pouring it on to the floor You may have to pinch yourself when you realise that this seasoned artist’s creations are made entirely out of salt.

A seasoned artist: Japanese sculptor creates artworks entirely out of salt - Mirror Online - StumbleUpon

Motoi Yamamoto creates stunning sculptures and intricate mazes by filling a plastic bottle and meticulously pouring it on to the floor. The Japanese artist became fascinated with salt as a third year student at the Kanazawa College of Art in 1996, after his younger sister died of brain cancer aged 24. In Japanese culture, in times of mourning, salt is used to purify the body from death after a funeral, and to ward away evil spirits hiding in the dark corners of homes. Mourners also sprinkle themselves with salt at funerals. ‘Brain-like’ images are also noticeable in some of Yamamoto’s saltscapes, which allude to his family tragedy. Recycling Clothing Art. - StumbleUpon. Naked artist pops her (toffee) cherry. There was only one thing on artist Audrey Baldwin's mind after her Dunedin Fringe Festival performance "Canker" last night.

Naked artist pops her (toffee) cherry

"A shower," she said, with a tired grin. Two and a half hours earlier, Baldwin had crawled into a cavity lined with 1m square by 4mm thick panes of pure toffee and begun to lick her way out. She had the challenge half-licked before she even started, because the dodecahedron intended to be constructed for the performance was reduced to a hexagon. "We broke a few panes when we were putting it together," Baldwin said. "So, we had to change the shape of the structure. " A crowd of about 30 curious spectators gathered at 5.30pm in the gallery as she crawled naked into the toffee tomb.

Asked what it was like inside, she replied: "Sticky". At 8pm, she broke through one of the panes and was greeted by cheers from onlookers. She emerged, covered with toffee, and blew kisses to the crowd. Evelyne Politanoff: Graceful, Ephemeral and Opulent: The Art of Susie MacMurray. A first encounter with the work of artist Susie MacMurray inevitably places the viewer right at the centre of the key issue in her work -- the tension between extremes of sensual and aesthetic response: Ying/yang; anima/animus; soft/hard; a dress/not a dress; love/death; freedom/constraint; power/submission. --- Excerpt from the accompanying catalogue of the exhibit "The Eyes of the Skin" at Agnew's Gallery. Susie MacMurray's use of materials is provocative and perturbing.

A bridal gown is ironically made out of thousands of household gloves, an allusion to domestic reality. Each glove is turned inside out to reveal its pale downy interior, like flayed skin, they are testament to the vulnerability of humankind. Though disparate in their appearance, each of MacMurray's work is linked by its evocation of the body or the bodily. Susie MacMurray lives and works in Manchester, UK.