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Artist on Tumblr

David de la Mano | on Tumblr (Spain)

David de la Mano is known for painting flat monochromatic silhouettes inside and outside, often collaborating with fellow artist, Pablo S. Herrero. The Spanish artist has spread his work to the streets of several countries and has similar esthetics to that of Muralist, Sam3. (src. Juxtapoz)

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Artist on tumblr - Julie Sarloutte is a French artist, graduate from the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, France. She focuses on embroidery, but she isn’t making clothes; using string, Sarloutte creates pieces so detailed that they appear to be composed of paint strokes instead of individual stitches. Sarloutte draws inspiration from technology and the media, as her work focuses on what the world news is covering. Omnipresent tragedies such as war, hostages, natural disasters and repression are most often the subjects of her embroideries. She also works with painting and mosaic, every method leading to what she believes is an unexpected contrast between the subject she is portraying and the material it is being made from via

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

lustik:

Embroidered Leaves by Hillary Fayle. (photos: Natalie Hofert)

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fer1972:

Embroidered Artworks by Nastasja Duthois

irisnectar:

Embroidery by Fricdementol on Etsy

gasoline-station:

Bottle Light

Rechargeable light that turns bottles into lamps

by Suck UK 

escapekit:

Colors are the New Black

French artist Mademoiselle Maurice has a solo show at Backside Gallery in Marseille, France. The exhibition includes her trademark origami pieces, including photos of installations she’s created on the streets, as well as works made with completely different mediums like thread and colored water.

p5art:

More waves. Last ones for now, don’t worry ;) They’re still trembling though …

showslow:

In his series ‘Master Plan’, designer Chad Wright is conflating a child’s sandcastle with architecture typifying postwar American suburbia. Chad grew up in a sprawling suburb of Southern California, he lived in a tract house (symbol of the American Dream) just like his neighbors. When he was young, him and his brother would build cities in the sand. Chad chose this artifacts from his childhood, combining them to create ‘Master Plan’. It is phase one of what will be a three-part series. He focuses on the mass-produced tract house, re-examining it as symbol for the model American Dream that seems to come to nothing, just like his installation | http://www.ignant.de/2013/07/25/master-plan/

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