I dipinti da pasticceria di Joel Penkman — HUBBLOG A quest’ora del giorno, qui in redazione la voglia di un mini spuntino pre pranzo è d’obbligo. Il languorino sale ancora di più quando ci troviamo davanti a immagini come queste: Joel Penkman, disegna bellissimi spuntini dolci e golosi, in maniera talmente perfetta da sembrare veri. Lecca lecca, gelati, biscottini: i disegni di Joel, neozelandese trapiantato in Inghilterra, ci trasportano immediatamente nel Paese dei Balocchi e sembrano l’opera di un pasticciere. Per altre tele da leccarsi i baffi andate qui e qui. Fonte: The Jealous Curator
10 Gorgeous Ways to Decorate Pumpkins Without Carving Them Decorating with pumpkins throughout the fall season is a whole lot of fun, but once you carve them, the pumpkins only last a few days at the most -- and that certainly is not fun. Besides, carving pumpkins can be incredibly messy and hard to do with little ones whom you don't want around sharp objects. However, there are loads of ways to decorate your pumpkins that are not only easy and fun, but also are a reflection of your style whether you prefer artsy, chic, or country. Here are just a few the ones that we love. Melted Crayon Pumpkin Crayons are a part of life when you've got kids.
Ilustrações Conceituais de Tang Yau Confira o trabalho da ilustradora Tang Yau Hoong, que usa conceitos inteligentes e perspectivas surrealistas em suas obras. Really Roughing It: Five Hotels Built From Unexpected Materials You've heard about ice hotels--the one in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden is probably the most famous, re-built every year from 3,300 tons of ice--but what about mud, salt, or mangrove? Adam Roberts writes in The Economist's Intelligent Life magazine about five of the world's weirdest places to bunk, from the Hotel Djenne Djenno in Mali (like the rest of the town of Djenne, it's made all out of mud) to the Hotel Palacio de Sal on the Bolivian salt flats, advertised as the "best salt hotel in the world." (Don't lick the walls, he says.) But the list of bizarrely built hotels is long and strange. Name a material, and there's probably a hotel out there that incorporates it.
We often forget that WE ARE NATURE. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature. We’ve lost our connection to ourselves We often forget that we are nature. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we’ve lost our connection to ourselves. External Stimuli : Andy Goldsworthy’s Digital Catalogue Themes : Art Nodes : Andy Goldsworthy, connection, elegance, environmental art, grace, nature, zen
Art in the freezer - In Pictures Elizabeth Flores/AP 31 January: Jeff Lutz puts his feet up after finishing an ice chair at Rice Park in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. 5 January: The world's largest ice sculpture at the 29th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in China's northern Heilongjiang province. 11 January: More from the Harbin International Ice and Snow World festival in Harbin, Heilongjiang province. KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images 29 January: An ice sculpture on display near St.Basil's cathedral just outside the Kremlin in Moscow. Gary Emord-Netzley/AP 26 January: Max Zuleta puts the finishing touches to his sunburst and seahorse sculpture at Experience Ice in Smothers Park in Owensboro, Kentucky, US. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images 19 January: An ice sculpture of Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins at the season opening game against the New York Rangers. RADEK MICA/AFP/Getty Images 16 January: One of eleven ice sculptures at the 15th International Sculpture Symposium 'Snow Kingdom 2013' in Pustevny, Czech Republic.
Electrolytic Etching of Brass Update: I'm often asked about the thickness, type, and source of brass I used for these journals. I am very lucky to have a local place, Metal Source, were I buy most of my supplies. I used 22 ga. (.025") brass and any alloy will do. A while ago I saw Mark Frauenfelder's limited edition Moleskin notebooks on BoingBoing and immediately thought of using the electrolytic brass etching process that I've been experimenting with to make some similar notebooks to give as gifts this year. As you can see they came out quite well and the Moleskin's two century history lends the project a certain Steampunk street cred. This is a technique I adapted for easily impressing images into brass plate. First we use a laser printer to print a negative of our image onto a sheet of inkjet glossy photo paper. Next we throughly clean a piece of brass with Scotch Bright and then scrub it with alcohol until it's completely clean. Now we come to the neat 19th Century technique called Galvanic Etching.
3D Paintings on Panes of Glass Using multiple layers of clear glass, Canada based David Spriggs and Chinese born Xia Xiaowan, transform flat artwork into 3D sculptures. Viewers are treated to different shifting perspectives of the works based on where they stand in the art space. Spriggs work revolves around powerful explosive imagery, often resembling storms, cosmic blasts or firework like explosions. Xiawan’s “spatial paintings,” which often feature distorted figures, are drawn individually using colored pencil on tinted glass. See Also INCREDIBLE 3D ILLUSTRATIONS JUMP OUT OF THE SKETCHBOOK For more on David Spriggs see his beautiful website at davidspriggs.com or for more on Xia Xiaowan see Wikipedia Above and Below: Xia Xiaowan’s distorted 3D figures Artist: Xia Xiaowan Below: David Spriggs beautiful paintings fill the room with stormy emotion. Artist: David Spriggs Artist: David Spriggs Source: amusingplanet.com
/ Home page Folders.jp di qualche creazione origami Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 Download the PDF of these ideas : Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 (2mb) [ New American Public Art ] Spectacular Neon Floor Installations Made of Candy Sometimes you need a pop of color to give you the boosting sensation of a sugar rush. What better way to visually gain that surge of energy than feasting your eyes on colorful sugar? Australian artistic duo Pip & Pop configure these intricately patterned floor installations made of multihued sweets mixed with glitter, beads, toys, sand, and other equally vibrant found objects. The duo, also known as Nicole Andrijevic and Tanya Schultz, create these tiny galaxies that radiate throughout the room they inhabit. Pip & Pop website via [glotalot]
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