Digital art by

Gerardo Justel

Controllers.

by Javier Laspiur.

(Fuente: dotcore, vía sketchmesideways)

The Exquisite ’ Inner Space ’ Architecture of Matthew Simmonds

” Simmonds makes a play of architecture and ornamentation on a small scale, but the spaces created give the same feeling as in the buildings themselves; a place to rest, a place to travel with the eye and maybe find a moment of tranquillity. The marble is opened up, and inside is a space within a building that only exists in the viewer’s mind. What you sense is the significance of space.” ( Artodyssey )

From his early childhood, Simmonds was fascinated by stone buildings, an affection that flows into his artworks, where stone architecture is used as a central theme. Particularly the medieval architecture, with its striving to get to a new sophistication of space, comes alive in the marble. Simmonds makes a play of architecture and ornamentation on a small scale, but the spaces created give the same feeling as in the buildings themselves; a place to rest, a place to travel with the eye and maybe find a moment of tranquillity. The marble is opened up, and inside is a space within a building that only exists in the viewer’s mind. What you sense is the significance of space.

Selected and Posted to Cross-Connect by Andrew

Toyoya Li is an animator and graphic designer living in Beijing, China

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via somesensenonsense

(Fuente: cross-connect.cc, vía cross-connect)

Childhood Series by Chet Phillips / Store

11” X 14” prints and handbound 48pg. Japanese style book available HERE.

Childhood is a hand bound book of Japanese styled illustrations paying homage to nostalgic activities and toys. The 8.5” X 11” book features Haiku poetry and reflections on youthful amusements to accompany each piece of art.

(Fuente: xombiedirge, vía hedrillazz)

Desprovistas de piel, develando los movimientos y la posición de los músculos, las esculturas de Masao Kinoshita se mantienen erectas. Trabajando con materiales que van desde la madera a la resina de bronce, este escultor japonés utiliza una estética que normalmente asociamos con los museos de historia natural para enseñarnos atletismo, flexionando los músculos de criaturas de mar y tierra. Salvo por sus múltiples cabezas y extremidades hinchadas, estas bestias podían fácilmente ser antepasados ​​del hombre.

With rippling, coiled muscles, the sculptures of Masao Kinoshita stand skinned and erect. Working with materials ranging from wood to resin to bronze, the Japanese sculptor uses an aesthetic we normally associate with natural history museums to render athletic, flexing creatures of the sea and land. Save for their multiple heads and engorged limbs, these beasts could easily be ancestors of man.

Origen: Masao Kinoshita Website
Fuente: http://www.beautifuldecay.com

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