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Jheronimus Bosch - the Garden of Earthly Delights About this project The interactive documentary Jheronimus Bosch, the Garden of Earthly Delights provides an in-depth tour though The Garden of Earthly Delights. In a web interface the visitor will be taken on an audio-visual journey, including sound, music, video and images to enrich the storytelling. Synopsis The interactive documentary Jheronimus Bosch, the Garden of Earthly Delights provides an in-depth tour though The Garden of Earthly Delights. Alive Without Breath: Three Dimensional Animals Painted in Layers of Resin by Keng Lye Singapore-based artist Keng Lye creates near life-like sculptures of animals relying on little but paint, resin and a phenomenal sense of perspective. Lye slowly fills bowls, buckets, and boxes with alternating layers of acrylic paint and resin, creating aquatic animal life that looks so real it could almost pass for a photograph. The artist is using a technique very similar to Japanese painter Riusuke Fukahori who was featured on this blog a little over a year ago, though Lye seems to take things a step further by making his paint creations protrude from the surface, adding another level of dimension to a remarkable medium. See much more of this series titled Alive Without Breath over on deviantART.

Chris Jordan Exploring around our country's shipping ports and industrial yards, where the accumulated detritus of our consumption is exposed to view like eroded layers in the Grand Canyon, I find evidence of a slow-motion apocalypse in progress. I am appalled by these scenes, and yet also drawn into them with awe and fascination. The immense scale of our consumption can appear desolate, macabre, oddly comical and ironic, and even darkly beautiful; for me its consistent feature is a staggering complexity.

Russian Artist Creates Intricate Baroque Wigs From Paper This is not your everyday paper art. Russian artist Asya Kozina has been turning paper into high-art for years, and won renown for her impressive Mongolian wedding costumes. Kozina explains her motivation on Behance: Show Full Text novastructura Nuclei is a project about space, space filling and fields. Starting from a Sphere, the solid with the smallest description (4 float numbers, center and radius) and applying several type of scalar fields to its volume, a large set of boxes is used to highlight the shape and the tension of the underlying forces, through the modification of their size, aspect ratio, density and orientation. A Processing applet has been used for fast experiments and to produce the DXF files for final renderings. Nucleus 04 / ellipsoid with boxes aspect ratio defined by their orthogonal distance from center Nuclei::states_of_matter from novastructura on Vimeo. [Video created on Nov. 01, 2011] Generated with a complete free code pipeline; rapid code prototyping with Processing, c++ conversion in my app Koan3d that drives a RIB exporter for the Renderman renderer 3Delight, video editing and mp4 conversion with Avisynth and sound creation and editing with Audacity.

Photo Manipulations by Erik Johansson Erik Johansson is a photographer from Gothenburg, Sweden. He works mostly on his personal projects and sometimes for commercial work. He considers himself as a photographer as much as a photo manipulator. The themes of his photo manipulations mostly contain eccentric, mysterious and mind-bending concept. There are times that he also puts funny story with his artworks. Enjoy and be inspired! I Turn Paper Into Wedding Dresses Based On Different Nationalities I am an artist and my material is an ordinary paper. Once I was approached by a brand of underwear in order to make image-shooting for wedding clothes. Wedding suit should hide the bride from the groom in almost all the cultures. In some countries it closes not only the body but also the face completely.

Land Art Germany based artist Walter Mason has an affinity for pulling things apart and then putting them back in to place – but in a subtly changed way. Chunks of ice can become upended, forming a chilly henge, elm leaves are stitched together then allowed to float away on the stream. Beech leaves, torn asunder, find a new home on a lily leaf. Yet the result is something quite extraordinary – intriguing but temporary, organic art which is recorded for posterity only on camera. Following very much in the land art tradition, you can see more examples of Mason’s ingenious art at his Flickr photostream and on his tumblr page.

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