Effets de Miroir - Daniel Kukla Daniel Kukla is a photographer who had formal training in biological and anthropological sciences. His educational background plays a major part of his artistic practice, and this can be seen in his clever project titled, The Edge Effect. In the description and explanation of the project, Kukla writes, Peintures translucides pour représenter les vagues de l'océan - Lia Melia Cambridge-based visual artist Lia Melia creates strikingly energetic paintings where curling and crashing ocean waves splash and splatter across the canvas. Having grown up near the sea, that is where artist Lia Melia continues to find her inspiration. "The seas moods can always express my deepest feelings," she explains.
Miniature Art on Toilet Paper Rolls by Anastasia Elias “I cut the small paper shapes that I stick inside the toilet paper rolls. I use tweezers to manipulate the paper shapes. I select the paper of the same color as [ad300] the roll. It gives the illusion that the paper figures make part of the roll. Mia Pearlman - Cloudscapes MAELSTROM is a giant multilevel mobile, 12 feet in diameter and 11 feet high, with 6 independently rotating (360°) layers of cut paper. An upside-down whirlpool, it echoes both the East River currents and the cloud formations visible through the windows. MAELSTROM utilizes the actual internal weather system of Smack Mellon to generate its movement, air currents produced by the rotation of four ceiling fans and hot air blown by the heating system. On a deeper level, this work evokes the inevitable reminder of the nearby skyline: 9/11. Unknown forces, much bigger than us, beyond our control. SITE 92 >> Phase II January 12 - February 24th, 2008 Smack Mellon 92 Plymouth Street @ Washington Dumbo, Brooklyn For more info: Smack Mellon
This Will Make You Fall In Love! Level 1 Congratulations! You leveled up, but you aren't logged in so we can't save your points. Login Sign Up Share13.4K Tweet168 Share112 Share7 Stumble3 Share13.7K Temari balls faites par une dame de 92 ans These stunning embroidered balls called "temari" were made by the prodigiously nimble fingers of a 92-year-old grandmother in Japan. Although she only learned this elaborate skill in her sixties, she has since created nearly 500 unique designs that have been photographed by her granddaughter NanaAkua. Impressive does not even begin to describe this feat of dexterity, imagination and keen eyesight.
Lieux de tous les jours sous dessins ajourés - Shamekh Bluwi Shamekh Bluwi, an Ammam, Jordan-based illustrator and architect, is creating a striking series of photographs that feature paper cutouts of women whose dresses can become literally anything… Shamekh’s sketches are completed with the patterns and scenery he encounters in his everyday life — From beautiful tiles…
FREE Soccer Jersey Placecard « Crafting Creatures 26 Jan 2011 by Cee in by Cecelia, CRAFT, die cutting, Digital Die Cutter, Tutorial Tags: cricut, die cut template, free die cut, free dxf, free svg, make the cut, party favor box, pazzles, scal, silhouette, vinyl Since blogging about the soccer themed place cards made for my nephew’s baptism, I’ve been asked about them numerous times. I used an electronic die cutter (Silhouette) to cut them out, but there’s no reason why it can’t be done by hand. I’ve made a PDF with fillable name and number to print out. Recycled Paper Craft Among the Best Designs at Origin Exhibition in London... The Origin Contemporary Craft Fair showcased the height of the modern craft movement at the London Design Festival this week, and Inhabitat was on the scene to bring you the best pieces from this year's show. Set in the middle of the famous Old Spittlefields Market, Origin is brimming with cool designs constructed from recycled materials and artisan products. The marketplace is particularly awash with fine art pieces of animal-inspired crafts, sculptures constructed from paper, and items exhibiting organic forms.
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