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Beautiful Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Beautiful Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Ben Young is a self-taught sculpture artist with over 10 years experience, based in Sydney, Australia. Being passionate about sculpting with glass for so long, Ben's work is completely by hand, sheet after

Born in Tokyo. Using stones and bricks with history and culture of the land, he creats the sculpture of the stones put in polished glasses. Coming and going from Japan to Dusseldorf, he is actively engaged in creating. Living in Dusseldorf. 1969 born in Tokyo, 1997 MFA in Sculpture, Tama Art University, 1999 Academy of Fine Arts Dusseldorf, 2003 Meisterschueler of Professor Daniel Buren. Artist’s name changed from “Ramon Todo” to “TODO" #academyofartuniversity

Born in Tokyo. Using stones and bricks with history and culture of the land, he creats the sculpture of the stones put in polished glasses. Coming and going from Japan to Dusseldorf, he is actively engaged in creating. Living in Dusseldorf. 1969 born in Tokyo, 1997 MFA in Sculpture, Tama Art University, 1999 Academy of Fine Arts Dusseldorf, 2003 Meisterschueler of Professor Daniel Buren. Artist’s name changed from “Ramon Todo” to “TODO" #academyofartuniversity

Holy hell this is gorgeous.  How does one even DO that?  Beautiful.

Book carving art

Funny pictures about Book carving art. Oh, and cool pics about Book carving art. Also, Book carving art photos.

Fabian Burgy - "The idea of my work is to question given situations by provoking seamless shifts between real and unreal using the liberty to use whatever medium is appropriate – this allows me to lift the reality off the rails." #art #installat

Fabian Burgy - "The idea of my work is to question given situations by provoking seamless shifts between real and unreal using the liberty to use whatever medium is appropriate – this allows me to lift the reality off the rails.

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This photo was taken in Detroit on a skateboard trip, by Aaron Wynia. House by Tyree Guyton, who created The Heidelberg Project, a whole neighborhood of houses embellished in various ways.

Giuseppe Licari

- I love how much more intricate the root system of a tree is than the branch system. There is a great contrast between thin thread like roots to thick sturdy roots tree roots emerge from the ceiling in an installation by giuseppe licari …

Nice use of cutaway. Too photorealistic though.

Stunning Landscape Plan Drawing Section Images, Many expert landscape architects who want an original approach to a specific project also utilize them

Measuring the universe. It's a lovely idea and gives you a visual representation of time and humanity in the universe beyond your miniscule part. And at the same time you understand that your role contributes to the whole as much as the next.

measuring the universe.Starting as an empty white room, Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe at Tate St Ives has grown through the contribution of around participants to a constellation of black marks.

Daniel Furman 'Wursa'   I would love to see this.

Wursa Sculpture by Daniel Furman

this elephant, Wursa, defies the law of gravity by balancing on the slimmest part of her body, her trunk. Wursa was specifically created for the Palais de Tokyo in 2008 by Paris-based artist, Daniel Firman - displayed by PRABAL GURUNG :: Artists We Love :

Italian artist Carlo Bernardini has been working with optic fiber since He creates light sculptures or, more precisely, spatial drawings using optical fibers and in a sense sculpts the darkne…

Claire Basler :: Botanical Paintings (working in an old ironworks on the outskirts of Paris). I'm completely obsessed.

Claire Basler :: Botanical Paintings (working in an old ironworks on the outskirts of Paris) beautiful flower paintings.

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▶▶▶ Ring installation // Arnaud Lapierre distorts and reconstructs reality through the layering of reflections and voids. The cylindrical environment warps visitors' perception of space into a simultaneously reconstructed and deconstructed reality.