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“芸術・美”とは一体何でしょう?色?形?感情?構図?時にして毒をも放ち未完成が完成でもある・・・日常の物から非元自治的な創造物まで、多種多様・・・それは社会の理解の概念をも超越し退屈で記憶・記録すらも残らない、眼にも入らない、気にも留めない物、しかし、それは物であって物では無く言葉をも感情をも超越できるメッセージが込められる・・・
ronbeckdesigns:

Jim Partridge + Liz Walmsley | Pair of ‘Block’ seats

ronbeckdesigns:

Jim Partridge + Liz Walmsley | Pair of ‘Block’ seats

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(Source: blaksynagogue, via usaginobike)

klappersacks:

untitled by pianococtail on Flickr.
megazal:


凱風快晴工場萌え by Ken OHYAMA on Flickr.

tastefullyoffensive:

Artist Telmo Pieper Repaints His Own Childhood Drawings

Previously: Everyday Objects Turned Into Creative Illustrations

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shnkb:

「大分個展「金魚救い」のご案内」の画像 深堀隆介 のブログ 金色ノ鮒

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asylum-art:

The Incredible Scrap Metal Animal Sculptures of John Lopez

Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised on a ranch in Western South Dakota. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, Lopez discovered an exciting new direction: scrap iron sculpting.

“I am never bored! I look forward to each new creation, and it is helping me grow and develop as an artist,” he says. As he John explains on his website.

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comicscosmic:

UNDERCOVER 2000S/S Collection Poster - Designed by KAWS

comicscosmic:

UNDERCOVER 2000S/S Collection Poster - Designed by KAWS

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asylum-art:

Jessica Stoller

Jessica Stoller is a sculptor based out of New York who specializes in ceramics and porcelain. She has received her MFA at the Cranbrook Art Academy and a BFA from College for Creative Studies. Stoller has exhibited her work in numerous shows throughout the US and in Berlin, Germany.

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rintaro113:

amalgamated pencils form vases by studio markunpoika

rintaro113:

amalgamated pencils form vases by studio markunpoika

asylum-art:

Anatomical Sculptures of Mythical Beings by Masao Kinoshita

Sculpted out of fiberglass, the anatomical models of mythical beings and hybrid creatures by Masao Kinoshita resemble exhibits from another dimension.

It is not an art exhibit I am referring to here, but an otherworldly version of the world-famous Bodyworlds exhibition. One that doesn’t feature humans or animals, but showcases plastinated models of nymphs, centaurs, the legendary Pegasus and even the deity Ganesha. The latter is perhaps the most imposingly sculpted, with four arms and intricate detailing.

Showing these mythic figures and animals with their muscles and skeletal system exposed yanks them down from the lofty cloud-covered pedestals of legend and folklore, turning the previously untouchable mystery of their being into preserved specimens made for educational tours and public examination. Having a deeper understanding of something can lead to even greater appreciation, as shown with Bodyworlds’s intimate tribute to the human form!

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