ehtelen:

Embroidered star

© Anna Tykhonova

fer1972:

Quilled Artworks by Yulia Brodskaya

itscolossal:

New cut paper light sculptures by Hari & Deepti. So much more to see, go here now!

instagram:

Embroidering Nature’s Patterns with @meredithwoolnough

To see more of Meredith’s nature-inspired creations, follow @meredithwoolnough on Instagram.

“I have been collecting skeletonized leaves for as long as I can remember,” explains Australian artist Meredith Woolnough (@meredithwoolnough), whose elaborate embroideries mimic coral, leaves and other forms from nature. “I have always found inspiration in the natural world.”

Meredith’s particular method of embroidery is well-suited for patterns inspired by nature. “I work with a unique technique that allows me to create embroidered structures that exist without a base cloth. It’s not your typical embroidery.”

A near perfect Scribbly gum leaf Meredith found inspired her largest work to date. “I mapped out the internal structure of the leaf and translated the design into a dense network of stitches,” she says. “It took me months to complete and it almost sent me mad, but I am so happy with how it turned out.”

2headedsnake:

Jose Romussi

from89:

Powerful Storms by Mike Olbinski

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(Collected by me)

Bị cuồng thể loại lấp lánh nhiều màu sắc này >o<

turecepcja:

Cloud Cities - installation by Tomás Saraceno In Berlin’s Hamburger Bahnhof.

Saraceno has installed over 20 huge spheres suspended at different heights in a network of black mesh.  Within each orb is a different organic material like water or plants or air.  This work is inspired by soap bubbles and spider webs (and the interaction and juxtaposition).  We think of those two items as fragile and delicate, but they are actually extremely flexible and (for the material) super strong.

mymodernmet:

Soon, in the city of Vancouver, street artists Os Gemeos will unveil a new mural to liven up the industrial area in Granville Island. The Brazilian artists—who are identical twin brothers—painted six large silos in their distinctive cartoonish style, turning the 75-foot-tall structures into vibrant characters.

karenhurley:

The greatest idea for a billboard has been realized: one made entirely of cake.

Actually, 13,360 cakes. British confectionery brand Mr. Kipling and agency JWT London are the geniuses responsible for this gift to the the world.  Via

EDIT: Yes, they did let passers by eat the cake once it was all done!

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