Posts tagged "sculptures"

March 06th 2011

Kinetic Wave Sculptures


April 22nd 2011
complexfields:

(via 25 Abandoned Soviet Monuments that look like they’re from the Future | Crack Two)

¡qué brutal! :O (en el artículo hay más fotos)

June 09th 2011

Janet Echelman: Taking imagination seriously


July 17th 2011
szymon:

John Powers’ abstract sculptures

szymon:

John Powers’ abstract sculptures


July 17th 2011
ianbrooks:

Everyday Objects by Tom Friedman
A star made out of toothpicks and several dozen interlocking pencils are a few of Freidman’s strange pieces. You can checks out a few more at designboom and artnet.

ianbrooks:

Everyday Objects by Tom Friedman

A star made out of toothpicks and several dozen interlocking pencils are a few of Freidman’s strange pieces. You can checks out a few more at designboom and artnet.

(Source: ianbrooks)


September 07th 2011
theartofanimation:

Travis Hanson

September 18th 2011

Spherical Sculptures by Nick Sayers

(via marianaisabel36)


September 29th 2011
theartofanimation:

Peng Zhou

November 18th 2011

ianbrooks:

Amaterasu Paper Sculptures by Richi89

The evolved version of papercraft: paper sculptures! Says Richie: “Made with different coloured/textured card and hot glue. I experimented with a different type of armature this time. Instead of having a wire ‘skeleton’ I scrunched up pieces of scrap paper to give the overall form and began building on top of it. I found this way better as you can see the final overall form instead of just a skeleton”.

(via: kotaku)


December 22nd 2011
thedailywhat:

Kickass Artwork of the Day: Guy Laramée’s stunning book sculptures. Check them out here and here.
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thedailywhat:

Kickass Artwork of the Day: Guy Laramée’s stunning book sculptures. Check them out here and here.

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(Source: thedailywhat)


December 23rd 2011

dashburst:

Landscapes Carved Out of Books by Guy Laramee


December 27th 2011

saffroninferno:

HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE: All made out of paper….

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December 29th 2011
thedailywhat:

Crayon Art of the Day: Diem Chau continues to impress with her highly meticulously carved crayon creations.
Of these bride + groom sculptures she writes: “A recent commission for John & Jessica who got married on May 27th!…This was a wedding gift for Jessica. John had a hard time sneaking a shot of her in the dress. I hope she likes them!”
Like I always say: The way to a girl’s heart is through crayon sculptures.
[mmm.]

thedailywhat:

Crayon Art of the Day: Diem Chau continues to impress with her highly meticulously carved crayon creations.

Of these bride + groom sculptures she writes: “A recent commission for John & Jessica who got married on May 27th!…This was a wedding gift for Jessica. John had a hard time sneaking a shot of her in the dress. I hope she likes them!”

Like I always say: The way to a girl’s heart is through crayon sculptures.

[mmm.]

(Source: thedailywhat)


January 05th 2012

videogamenostalgia:

Pieta Game Over and Me - by Kordian Lewandowski

(via assorted-goodness)


January 26th 2012


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