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Floral Elements Embroidered Directly on Antique Soldiers’ Helmets

Floral Elements Embroidered Directly on Antique Soldiers’ Helmets Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė uses cross-stitch embroidery to soften metal objects that seem materially opposed to the craft, having...

Floral Elements Embroidered Directly on Antique Soldiers’ Helmets Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė uses cross-stitch embroidery to soften metal objects that seem materially opposed to the craft, having previously worked with car doors, spoons, pots, pans, and shovels. In her latest exhibition “Kill for Peace,” Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė used helmets from armies of various countries, stitching roses, violets, and thorns onto...
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Daily bread? Not quite so

Give us this day, our daily bread. Well not quite so. In this fun series of six embroideries, Slovakia-based artist Terézia Krnáčová brought needle to bread...

Give us this day, our daily bread. Well not quite so. In this fun series of six embroideries, Slovakia-based artist Terézia Krnáčová brought needle to bread as a way to combine her need for food and textile artwork, a somewhat literal expression of things that sustain her. Titled Everyday Bread the work incorporates a slice of bread...
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saype draws 10,000 square meter man in the mountains of leysin, switzerland

artist saype has recently completed this monumental ephemeral land artwork in the mountainous landscape of leysin, switzerland. the 10,000 square meter piece depicts a reclined...

artist saype has recently completed this monumental ephemeral land artwork in the mountainous landscape of leysin, switzerland. the 10,000 square meter piece depicts a reclined man lying on the side of a huge hill, his arms crossed behind his head, eyes closed as the sun hits his face, and a pipe casually resting in his...
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Art Objects by Lila Athanasopoulou

There are art objects that indicate symbolism. Their philosophy is to have a story behind themselves and on which everyone will step and develop it...

There are art objects that indicate symbolism. Their philosophy is to have a story behind themselves and on which everyone will step and develop it further. Objects with usability without the shell of the strictness of everyday necessity. The user experiences his everyday life with those, without them being a sterile decorative intervention. Each series...
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Fragile Crocheted Leaf Sculptures by Susanna Bauer

Working with the rigid edges of large dried magnolia leaves artist Susanna Bauer (previously) adds tiny crocheted embellishments of cotton yarn to create fascinating sculptures...

Working with the rigid edges of large dried magnolia leaves artist Susanna Bauer (previously) adds tiny crocheted embellishments of cotton yarn to create fascinating sculptures that marry the natural and artificial world. The fragility of the medium alone—dry leaves—is enough to cause a double take when first encountering these tiny interventions, and a closer look...
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Charis Tsevis embodies African culture through magnificent mosaic murals

Story via artnouveau African Bricks for Sasi’s is a series of digital artworks that encompass a dazzling combination of materials, themes, colours, formations and techniques —...

Story via artnouveau African Bricks for Sasi’s is a series of digital artworks that encompass a dazzling combination of materials, themes, colours, formations and techniques — all of which are inspired by Africa. These vibrant murals are the work of visual designer Charis Tsevis, created to decorate the walls of his wife’s family’s African restaurant Sasi’s,...
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The artworks of Kalos&Klio

The artworks of Kalos&Klio emerge from a delirium of digital virtual appropriation, an addictive compulsive procedure of a systematic order of actions. They call this process...

The artworks of Kalos&Klio emerge from a delirium of digital virtual appropriation, an addictive compulsive procedure of a systematic order of actions. They call this process ‘Digital Tank Appropriation’. They embark in a time-machine journey and surf the search engines of the Net between the trivial and the precious, the obscene and the remarkable, the essential...
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Stop Motion Woolen Puppets Wrestle the Stuffing Out of Each Other

Fight! from Marc James Roels on Vimeo. I love everything about these portly characters beating the stuffing out of each other in this animated short...

Fight! from Marc James Roels on Vimeo. I love everything about these portly characters beating the stuffing out of each other in this animated short from Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels. Titled Fight!, the stop motion project was selected as the trailer for the National Animation Festival 2013 in Bruz, France. If you...
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Expansive New Geometric Drawings Trampled in Snow and Sand by Simon Beck

Driven by super-human forces and undaunted by the powers of nature, artist Simon Beck trudges across sand or through knee-high snow to create massive geometric...

Driven by super-human forces and undaunted by the powers of nature, artist Simon Beck trudges across sand or through knee-high snow to create massive geometric drawings left behind in his footprints. From sandy expanses on the shore of New Zealand to frigid outlooks in the Swiss Alps, any pristine surface that stretches for hundreds of...
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Max Zorn interview on Design Boom

Max Zorn interview on Design Boom   DB: please can you tell us a bit about your background and what you do for a living?...

Max Zorn interview on Design Boom   DB: please can you tell us a bit about your background and what you do for a living? MZ: I make art with packing tape, the same kind you might use on boxes when you’re sending a package in the mail or moving home. it may sound weird...

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