Фото и рисунки, арт и креативная реклама 25 must-see inspirational workspace setups It’s the place where we spend most of our time. We basically leave here It’s our beloved workspace. How does your workspace look? Until our Submit my Workspace option is available take a look at these 25 inspirational workspace setups. Related posts: 樹脂作品 - 金魚養画場 - 美術作家 深堀隆介 オフィシャルサイト 金魚養画場 美術作家 深堀隆介オフィシャルサイト 金魚養画場 > 樹脂作品 樹脂作品 ホーム | お知らせ | 金魚観 | 経歴 | お問い合わせCopyright © Riusuke Fukahori. All rights reserved. 8-bit popup cards Hello! Remember that pixel heart card I made a while back? Well it has been one of my most popular tutorials to date so I thought I would add another few designs to the collection. Meet ‘space-invader popup’ and ‘skull popup': Like the heart card, they are really minimal (which I just love) and easy to make once you have got the hang of it. You definitely need a craft knife (and a steady hand) to make these cards this project is only really suitable for adults or teenagers. If you want to have a go at making them you will find full instructions and downloadable templates after the jump. Suitable for: Teenagers & grown upsCard size: 8.5cm x 6.5cmEnvelope size: 9cm x 7cm You will need: ♥ Paper ♥ Craft knife ♥ Ruler (preferably a metal one) ♥ Cutting mat (optional) ♥ Needle (or compass point) for scoring 1. Then cut and score along the correct lines on the template (see diagrams below for more guidance). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. If you have any questions then do ask (leave a comment below).
The Disquieting Food Art of Stephen J Shanabrook The Disquieting Food Art of Stephen J Shanabrook July 7, 2009, 5:31 pm 2 Comments "Evisceration of waited moments," Stephen J Shanabrook. Photo via aeroplastics.net. Stephen J Shanabrook is a New York and Moscow-based artist who uses food both as medium and metaphor. In the 1990s, Shanabrook, who spent his youth working at a chocolate factory, went to morgues in Russia and the US and made molds from the fatal wounds of anonymous people, cast dark chocolate pieces, placing them into luxury chocolate boxes. "On the road to heaven the highway to hell," Stephen Shanabrook. Shanabrook casts "The remnants of a suicide bomber" in dark chocolate for the sculpture "On the road to heaven the highway to hell." Chocolate Box: Morgue "Chocolate Box : Morgue," Stephen Shanabrook. "Chocolate Box : Morgue," Stephen Shanabrook. Unidentified "Unidentified," Stephen Shanabrook. Wedding Favors "Wedding Favors," Stephen Shanabrook. 2006. Early Chocolate Work "I Eat People, They Eat Me," Stephen Shanabrook. 1992.
Living Walls &Vertical Gardens - Dr. Weils Garden "Gardening just makes me happy," says Dr. Weil. He has maintained gardens large and small throughout his life, reaping fresh, organic vegetables and gorgeous flowers - not to mention fresh air and gentle exercise. But what if you have no (or little) outdoor yard space? Then lift your gaze. "Plants are the lungs of the earth, just like swamps are the kidneys," says Joe Zazzera. "It's a perfect complement to the point we're making with the restaurant," says Dr. While home gardening is nothing new, Zazzera and Plant Solutions have spent the last decade taking plant design to the next level - literally. While there are many different types of living walls, the following are three of the most distinctive systems: TerraScreen Interior Greenwall: The Panel System: The Woolly Pocket: You can also use any of the three systems to grow edible plants such as herbs and vegetables vertically, as in the photo below of the employee vegetable garden on the outside wall of Zazzera's showroom.
Remarkable Animals Painted in Ink by George Boorujy Brooklyn based artist George Boorujy creates impossibly detailed ink paintings of North American birds and other animals, often pouring numerous photographs and visiting zoos where the animals are kept before embarking on a piece. Boorujy challenges the viewer to confront both the animal and their preconceived notions about it. Through their gaze an interaction evolves with the wild that otherwise would have to be sought out or birthed from happenstance. However fleeting our exchanges with the wild are, an impression of their presence marks our memories. There is something mystical at play; a silent exchange that either moves us towards awareness or heightens our fear of the unknown. George’s latest solo show, Blood Memory, opens at P.P.O.W. gallery in New York on March 15.
VERTICAL HERB GARDENS comments on 04/22 at 01:35 AM Oh wow, I like this too. I'll have to research this...like how do they get the plants to stay in the box?! I also like the boxes themselves. on 04/22 at 12:56 PM Hey! I want to build one too! on 04/22 at 01:00 PM My question would be how to water it. on 04/22 at 01:02 PM Inside the house environment. on 04/29 at 12:33 PM Wow, that's pretty awesome (not really a word I use that often!). on 05/26 at 03:40 AM Idon't know if you can do vertical planting, but I am doing an art project in which I give out seeds of trees that survived the atomic bombing to the people of US and the world. on 05/28 at 01:14 PM Saw this article and it made me think of your post...
Olivia Warnecke // Bird Paintings // 2010 Moss Recipes - How to grow moss - by Debra Anchors What is moss? Moss is big business. Gardeners who want to add moss to their landscapes can purchase products like a moss kit in a carton or even order moss online; but why? You can easily make your own moss given a "starter" of some native moss, the right conditions and some patience.The best time to plant a moss garden is when evaporation is low; usually in the spring or fall (in seasonal areas). Mosses can withstand drought better than grass; moss suspends its growth while waiting for water. Begin by obtaining some moss native to your area. Moss Recipes to Try I was given two very different recipes for growing moss. Grow your own moss recipe 1: Several handfuls of native moss (separated as much as possible from the soil) 1 large container of plain yogurtButtermilk Mix the moss and yogurt in a blender, slowly add buttermilk until the mixture becomes a runny paste. Grow your own moss recipe 2: Combine all of the ingredients in a blender until the mixture liquefies. -Debra
Tea for Three: Shunga Inspired Art by Jeff Faeber (NSFW) » Rush Blog–MUSIC | FASHION | ART | CULTURE “As one who has “fallen from grace,” as it were, I have a natural interest in the underdog, the discarded and unwanted. Hence, I often paint on or incorporate cardboard, trash, society’s forgotten, landfill-bound material. I react to what I feel is often an overly sanitised, saccharine façade that is projected on us by mass commercialisation, or groupthink (or religion or politics or whatever.) There is often beauty in despair. I hope to find hope in “ugliness,” in muted colours. While not dwelling on cynicism, I try to expand the scope of beauty by having it encompass and confront the abuses of “civilised” society, the decadence, the rape of the environment, narrow-mindedness—what is not generally regarded as pretty.” View NSFW images below. For those of us who don’t know, Shunga–according to Wikipedia–is a Japanese term meaning “erotic art.” What that statement is, however, is up to your discretion. More of his work may be seen at jefffaerber.com