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Benjamin Lacombe - PortFolio

Benjamin Lacombe - PortFolio

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MIZUMA ART GALLERY : KONOIKE Tomoko / 鴻池朋子 鴻池 朋子 ⁄ KONOIKE Tomoko Born in 1960 in Akita, Japan. Lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. Received B.A., in Japanese Traditional Painting, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. Worked as a toy and furniture designer. Solo Exhibitions "In the blink of an eye, I have come this far.," SLANT, Ishikawa A 3D Printed Chess Set That's Also a Micro Planter How adorable is this chess set by XYZ Workshop? Loosely based on Bauhaus-style chess pieces, this 3D printed set cleverly incorporates nature into an otherwise serious game. Each piece can hold a different herb or succulent, giving each its own unique personality.

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loui jover loui jover jour de pluie Jan. 28 2015 Sculptures Made From Shattered Glass This is a series of sculptures made from shards of glass. Each piece was crafted by Artist Marta Klonowska, who I assume does NOT share the same fear of broken glass as I do. How does she manage to put the pieces together without slicing her hands open and bleeding out, I’ll never know! Marta’s work is inspired by artists like Peter Paul Rubens and Francisco de Goya. Me? My work is inspired by Bozo the Clown and Miss Piggy.

diaryofinhumanspecies Dec Hard work between Christmas and New Year Eve to be on time for these prints scheduled in January ! Work in Progress details… Ça bosse dur entre Noel et le jour de l’an pour être à l’heure pour ces 2 prints prévus en Janvier ! Ce sont des détails de wip, comme on dit ! IkumaNao:ArtWorks May 1, 2015 冬 etching 割れる沈黙 Zdzisław Beksiński Polish artist Beksiński was stabbed to death at his Warsaw apartment in February 2005, by a 19-year-old acquaintance from Wołomin, reportedly because he refused to lend the teenager money.[2] Life[edit] Zdzisław Beksiński was born in Sanok, southern Poland. He studied architecture in Kraków. In 1955, he completed his studies and returned to Sanok, working as a construction site supervisor, but found out he did not enjoy it.