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Love Times-Zero: Photos by Michael Massaia – Faith is Torment

This painterly photo series entitled Love Times-Zero by fine art photographer Michael Massaia was shot using an old Polaroid SX-70 camera and Polaroid Time-Zero film which, according to Michael, they stopped making about 15 years ago. To create the effect, … Continue reading

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Sculptures from firewood: 30 ideas for art from pieces of wood | Outdoor art, Land art, Tree art

The firewood stacks can be converted into a strange art form. Sculptures made of wood block is an inspired idea for anyone who has a fireplace and wants to bring originals creativity. […] More: Sculptures from firewood: 30 ideas for … Continue reading

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Using Found Twigs, Artist Chris Kenny Assembles Tiny Dancing Figures and Minimal Portraits

By gathering and piecing together small twigs, London-born Chris Kenny crafts collections of dancing figures, abstract portraits, and even a small baby. As Kottke explains, the artist’s sparse creations rely heavily on the human desire to see objects or patterns … Continue reading

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Brass Horns Mounted in Interactive Sculptures by Steve Parker Emit Sound By Touch

Artist and musician Steve Parker’s latest interactive projects invite viewers to feel the music⁠—literally. Activated by touch, “Ghost Box” plays randomized audio segments on a loop, including the ticks of Morse Code, the chorus of spirituals, and the blows of the … Continue reading

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Gravity-Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads [updated] | Land art, Cornelia konrads, Installation art

German artist Cornelia Konrads creates mind-bending site-specific installations in public spaces, sculpture parks and private gardens around the world. Her work is frequently punctuated by the illusion of weightlessness, where stacked objects like logs, fences, and doorways appear to be … Continue reading

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Using 20,000 matches to make a coffee table

Go to https://www.kiwico.com/SIMONE to try your first box of KiwiCo for free! You’re no match for me, table. Thanks everyone who helped out on this project! Evan & Katelyn for giving me epoxy advice: https://www.youtube.com/user/EvanAndK… Jenn Schachter for trying out … Continue reading

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Animal-Human Hybrids Spotted on New York Subway in Surreal Paintings by Matthew Grabelsky

Los Angeles-based artist Matthew Grabelsky (previously) is back with a new collection of oil paintings of people with animal heads casually navigating the New York City subway system. The paintings combine the mundane with the surreal, as others on the commute … Continue reading

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Illustrations Tell the Story of a Woodworker Grieving the Love of His Life

picture or through a series of them, his tales excel in their character design as well as their ability to have his figures convey emotions ranging from joy to sorrow. Booth does this through a range of media, but some … Continue reading

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Realistic Pillows Sculpted from Blocks of White Marble by Håkon Anton Fagerås

In studios in Oslo and northern Italy, Norwegian sculptor Håkon Anton Fagerås uses a pneumatic hammer and other carving tools to shape blocks of marble into large white pillows. Slumped in natural poses, the realistic pillows feature smooth folds and wrinkles … Continue reading

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Meet Chris Maynard, feather artist

 

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