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[106] workcycle

dagligabilder:

[106] workcycle

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notearsinhereyes:

Tooth carving, France 1790

notearsinhereyes:

Tooth carving, France 1790

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(Source: groteleur, via empiregrotesk)

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Psychogeographies: 3D Collages Encased in Layers of Glass by Dustin Yellin

Psychogeography is the act of exploring an urban environment with an emphasis on curiosity and drifting. Or, more colloquially put, a “toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities.” For the Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin, his toy box is full of everything he finds on the street—flowers, leaves, bugs, and even dead rats, which are then composed into three-dimensional collages and sealed behind resin.

(via asylum-art)

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Illuminated Cut Paper Light Boxes by Hari & Deepti

Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker (known collectively as Hari & Deepti) are an artist couple who create paper cut light boxes. Each diorama is made from layers of cut watercolor paper placed inside a shadow box and is lit from behind with flexible LED light strips. The small visual narratives depicted in each work often play off aspects of light including stars, flames, fireflies, and planets. 

(via asylum-art)

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thenazzaro:

"Building a Bombshell" 

This piece specifically depicts Marilyn Monroe, but can be attributed to all sorts of leading ladies within the fashion/film/ industry. 

What we saw was not Marilyn but a construct of what those around her wanted her to be. She became a highly profitable sex symbol and it was all part of her design.

And by we, I mean you old folk. She’s way before my time.

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

The Sculpture of Norwegian artist tChristopher Conte

Christopher Conte began working in the prosthetics field making artificial limbs for amputees for 16 years. Throughout his time, he worked in obscurity creating biomechanical sculptures which reflected his love for biomechanics, anatomy and robotics. In June 2008, he left the field to begin his career as a full-time artist. Christopher uses a wide range of experience along with diverse materials and construction techniques to create one-of-a-kind arthropods and anatomies.

(via asylum-art)

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