blueberrymodern:

"Indigo Is the Color of My Dreams" by Shihoko FUKUMOTO

blueberrymodern:

"Indigo Is the Color of My Dreams" by Shihoko FUKUMOTO

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darklyeuphoric:

I missed this last year:

"To mark the 20th anniversary of Foster’s Carré d’Art exhibition space in Nîmes, the architect is curating a special show in the space.” ArquitecturaViva

I can’t say I’m surprised at any of his selections, but I’m also quite a fan of many of them. In particular, Ai Weiwei’s Wooden Balls and Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle’s Bird in Space at Mach10.

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cross-connect:

Rachel Suggs' illustrations are so beautiful, they feel as part of a strangely fantastical storybook. She has a tumblr, so make sure to follow her!

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1000drawings:

Heartless' Emily Hay

1000drawings:

Heartless' Emily Hay

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furrylittlepeach:

In The Woods by Furry Little Peach
Finished painting & progress shot (Adding final details)

Come find me on Instagram

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mymodernmet:

UK-based artist Robin Wight uses stainless steel wire to form stunning, dynamic sculptures of winged fairies dancing in the wind.

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richardlevygallery:

Starting at 31:00 on this #BBC podcast, #BerndnautSmilde reveals how he creates his cloud sculpture photographs. To see more images of Smilde’s available works, click here: http://bit.ly/1t2oNDU
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01wx16s

richardlevygallery:

Starting at 31:00 on this #BBC podcast, #BerndnautSmilde reveals how he creates his cloud sculpture photographs. To see more images of Smilde’s available works, click here: http://bit.ly/1t2oNDU

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01wx16s

asylum-art:

Limzy Wei: Flowergirls

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Malaysian artist Lim Zhi Wei adorns her watercolors entitled “ Flowergirls” with real flowers, to a stunning effect.

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veralynn23:

Laurie Hassold

These creepy organisms are made out of clay, rocks, bones, wire, paint, and other random objects. They look a bit like sea creatures, don’t they?

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richardlevygallery:

Here is a great link on beginning artist/gallery relationships.

archiemcphee:

It’s been months since we last checked in on the work of New York-based bead artist Jan Huling (previously featured here), who uses elaborate patterned beadwork to transform found objects and knickknacks into whimsical, dreamlike creatures and curiosities. Each piece requires hours of careful work to complete as Huling patiently applies one teeny-tiny bead at a time.

We can’t stop staring at the awesomely creepy Kewpie doll pictured at the top of this post. We’ve got a sneaking suspicion that it’s either going to follow us home tonight or it’ll beat us there and be waiting in a darkened hallway, staring off to the side at something only it can see.

Visit Jan Huling’s online gallery to view more of her beautiful beaded sculptures.

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Tags: art beautiful

colin-vian:

  Leigh-Anne Eagerton, Lemon and leaves, 2011

colin-vian:

  Leigh-Anne Eagerton, Lemon and leaves, 2011

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