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Laurence Vallières’ Animal Masks From Salvaged Cardboard | Make:

Artist Laurence Vallières creates charming animal mask sculptures from salvaged cardboard that cleverly utilize the printed surface of the packaging materials in order to depict the animal imagery. More: Laurence Vallières’ Animal Masks From Salvaged Cardboard | Make: Advertisements

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How To Build A Chicken | Puppet inspiration | Burning man art, Steampunk animals, Recycled art

Pamela Madore How to build a chicken. Keller Williams Realty http://pinkhouseteam.com If you can dream it you can build it Source: How To Build A Chicken | Puppet inspiration | Burning man art, Steampunk animals, Recycled art

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Complex Bent Wire Portraits by Spenser Little Become Street Post Accessories

California-based artist Spenser Little has spent the past 15 years creating sculptures by bending and cutting wire into figurative portraits and phrases. His lightweight pieces have been installed on lamp posts and other existing structures around the world and have also been … Continue reading

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Sebastian Brajkovic’s Distorted Furniture Unites the Past, Present, and Future

Amsterdam-based designer Sebastian Brajkovic’s (previously) distorted sculptural forms look as though traditional French furniture has been pulled through a time loop. Brajkovic’s work—part furniture, part sculpture—explores the process of distorting interior designs and the effect his skewed pieces have on … Continue reading

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Venice Beach, California, 1930 – a photo on Flickriver

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Cabezudos | COSPLAY in 2019 | Weird vintage, Vintage photos, Photography

Cabezudos Source: Cabezudos | COSPLAY in 2019 | Weird vintage, Vintage photos, Photography

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Atsuko Yukawa Creates Homopolar Motor Sculptures Using Wire and a Battery – Spoon & Tomago

Japanese artist t Atsuko Yukawa runs a small studio called Trill where she primarily spends her time illustrating birds. But recently, in her spare time, she’s been experimenting with simple wire sculptures. At first sight they don’t seem like much, … Continue reading

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Miniature Castles Emerge from Burled Wood in Carved Kinetic Sculptures by Uli Kirchler

Woodworker Uli Kirchler’s “very hidden castles” are nestled within gnarled tree burls. The Portland, Oregon-based artist originally hails from Italy, and works with unique pieces of wood with textural surfaces and variegated colorations. He has developed a process of carving multi-story … Continue reading

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A New Modular Paper Organ Allows Users to Build and Tune Their Own Functional Musical Instruments

Wolfram Kampffmeyer (previously) loves to play with paper. The German artist uses the seemingly simple material to create three-dimensional shapes and figures, often designing products that users can assemble themselves. His newest project, , PAPERorgan, is a fully functioning modular … Continue reading

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Tiny Metal Plants, Animals, and Buildings are Liberated From Coins by Artist Micah Adams

Toronto-based artist Micah Adams uses a jeweler’s saw to cut out the embossed animals, figures, and objects from coins of different sizes and denominations. The metal cut-outs are used to create tiny readymades and fun collages. From a growing pile … Continue reading

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