No, I can't think of a fucking title

Luckily, my cosplay, drawing, and sculpting abilities are much better than my writing so the rest of this page won't be as shitty as the title. In addition to that I post Homestuck, Classic Who, Tolkien, art references, and pretty crap.

Jul 22

archiemcphee:

British artist Shaun Hughes uses his engraving skills to create a wide variety of incredibly awesome hobo nickels. A couple months ago we shared his fantastic Storm Trooper Nickel. Today we share some more of his pop culture-inspired carved coins.

These pieces barely scratch the surface of the amount of artwork that Hughes produces. Be sure to visit his DeviantART gallery to check out more of his beautifully altered coinage.

[via Neatorama]


thegetty:

What can you hear at the museum?

Artist Elana Mann creates participatory sonic experiences and invites you to listen in. More on the Iris.

  • How do sounds change depending on your body position, your direction, your eyes open or closed, or the position of the histophone? 
  • Can you imagine sounds coming from the art, architecture, and gardens?
  • If a sculpture could speak, what would it say? 
  • What are sounds you can make with your own body? 
  • Can you hear the tectonic plates shifting underneath your feet? 
  • How are natural and man-made sounds mixing and blending in this environment? 

A list of the sounds that have reverberated through my body, 2013, Elana Mann. Cut photographs on paper. 


commonersking:

cinemagorgeous:

Shark Isle by artist Kendrick See.

i have never seen a better interpretation of “land shark”.

(via dragonofeternal)


littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Kinetic and Baroque Sculpture of Gabriel (Gabby) Barredo

( Link is a Video )

Gabriel Barredo, a graduate of University of Santo Tomas, is well known for his sculptures and mixed media installations, in which he employs a plethora of found objects. Rods of electric fan covers, broken particles of car windshields, wood, paper, wrought-iron, antique radios, coconut husks, bottle caps, bed springs, fire-hose coils, conveyor belts, wooden beads, computer and refrigerator parts, and cement grinder serve as elements of the sculptural form of his works. Barredo is also recognized for his furniture art pieces, rich baroque-looking assemblages made of everyday objects.

Thanks to ufansius:


turecepcja:

Matt Shlian is a Michigan-based artist who describes himself as a paper engineer; he uses his engineering skills to create kinetic sculpture from paper.

(via littlelimpstiff14u2)


Jul 20

beben-eleben:

Jim Dingilian proves that a creative and skillful artist can create works of art with just about anything. By coating the interior of empty glass bottles with black smoke and then carefully brushing it away with tools mounted on dowels, he creates detailed and beautiful but dark works of smoke art that are dripping with a sense of suburban decay (via Bored Panda).

(via marathemara)


Jul 19
trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

a tiny drop of liquid orbiting an electrically charged needle in zero gravity

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

a tiny drop of liquid orbiting an electrically charged needle in zero gravity

(via tech2upport)


fashionsfromhistory:

Bride’s Wedding Ensemble

19th Century

Konya Province, Ottoman Empire

Whitaker Auction

(via fashionsfromhistory)


littlelimpstiff14u2:

Robert Wynne-  (Denizen Glass)

In 1991 he established his own studio, Denizen Glass Design in the beachside suburb of Manly where he produces a range of hand-blown glass including smaller production work and large, one-off sculptural pieces.

During his time at Manly, he has provided a launching point for many of Australia’s well known glass artists, including Ben Edols, Kathy Elliott, Matthew Curtis, Richard Whitely and Bettina Visentin.

He is a pioneer of studio glass in Australia and continues to push the boundaries, creating unique and arresting glass pieces.



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