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This Too Shall Pass: How Spanish Artist Escif’s Meditating Woman Lit Up Valencia

The beginning of Escif’s Instagram post reads, “Yesterday the meditator’s body was burned. With it many things were burned. 4 tons of wood were burned. A year of intense and wonderful work was burned.” Attached to a darkened image of glowing … Continue reading

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BESSEMER – The Fire Breathing Dragon by Global Grooves (some friends of ours)

THIS EXCITING STREET PERFORMANCE LIGHTS UP THE STREET AND WARMS THE ATMOSPHERE AS HER KEEPERS ‘THE SINISTER DRAGON PLAGUE DOCTORS’, KEEP HER UNDER CONTROL WHILST LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO BE PURIFIED WITH DRAGON FIRE… Gasp and wonder at her fiery … Continue reading

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An entry from ARC Magazine in 2020 | Sculpture, Cemetery art, Art

Mar 10, 2020 – yolandart: “Philip Jackson. 1944. Winner of National Peace Sculpture Competition, Manchester City Council, 1987. Elected Fellow Royal Society of British Sculptors. ” Source: An entry from ARC Magazine in 2020 | Sculpture, Cemetery art, Art

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Wearable Sculptures Blend Humans into Surrounding Landscapes in Photographs by Nordic Artists

Norwegian-Finnish artist duo Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen bring a folklore-inspired vision to the relationship between humans and nature. The majority of their subjects are elders who often have a deeper connection to the lands they inhabit, work on, or cultivate. … Continue reading

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Inexpensive Toys Fashioned into Unique Action Figures by Artist Tomohiro Yasui

Tomohiro Yasui  is best known as the creator of the paper robot wrestlers called kami-robo, but that’s not the only medium his imagination has conquered. Using wire and cheap rubber duckies, squirting frogs, and plastic hammers, the Japanese artist builds posable … Continue reading

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Thingumajig Theatre (@ThingumaTheatre) | Twitter | Puppetry theatre, Puppetry, Puppets

Feb 23, 2020 – Thingumajig Theatre (@ThingumaTheatre) | Twitter Source: Thingumajig Theatre (@ThingumaTheatre) | Twitter | Puppetry theatre, Puppetry, Puppets

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A 3D Artist Imagines the Realistic Fossilized Skulls of Endearing Cartoon Characters

A Prague-based artist is memorializing some of his favorite cartoons with a series of convincing fossils that provide an unconventional look at the skeletons of animated characters. Filip Hodas’s Cartoon Fossils series features preserved skulls of Spongebob, Tweety Bird, and … Continue reading

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A Family of Marionette Makers

Mingzhu Fu was born into art. Growing up watching his grandfather’s marionette performances in Quanzhou, China, Mingzhu picked up a knife to craft his own puppets when he graduated high school in 1980. Forty years later, he continues on with … Continue reading

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Artist Turns Nuts, Bolts, and Scrap Metal Into Life-Size Animal Sculptures

While most of us dispose of old car parts and unused cutlery at the dump, Aloha, Oregon-based artist Brian Mock turns scrap metal into fantastic outdoor sculptures. He collects use and discarded materials—such as screws, nuts, and bolts—and assembles them … Continue reading

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Floral-and-Frond Compositions Shape Energetic Wildlife by Raku Inoue

Known for his botanical arrangements of beetles, insects, and butterflies, Raku Inoue once again is bringing flora and fauna together. His previous work often positions the animals in stationary poses, resembling a portrait of an owl or a scorpion pinned inside … Continue reading

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