Dream Cars

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(vía barefootmarley)

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.

Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.




(Fuente: asylum-art, vía vanished-opera-singers)

Kevin Champeny

School of Transcendence
42” x 60” x 1.5”
25,000 hand cast fish

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ART: Shipping Containers Painted With Greek God and Goddess Murals by Pichi & Avo

Spanish street art duo, Pichi & Avo’s participation in the North West Walls street art festival in Belgium resulted in this staggering, jaw-dropping mural.

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(vía spidermoney)

New 3D #illustrative work by Peter Tarka online for this Monday afternoon:

http://www.folioart.co.uk/illustration/folio/artists/illustrator/peter-tarka

Game of Thrones: Mhysa - Created by Lorena Assisi

(Fuente: pixalry, vía nikorys)

Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki make a giant Kaleidoscope inside a Shipping Container

For the Kobe Biennial’s Art Container Contest, numerous designers were challenged to create an environment with the confines of a standard international shipping container. Designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki decided to create a gigantic kaleidoscope that people could walk inside and experience (sort of like the entrance to Tokyo Plaza).

But it wasn’t just about putting mirrors at every angle so the environment would radically change as people walked through it, explains Shirane. “We wanted to create the world’s first zipper architecture. In other words, this polyhedron is completely connected by zippers. And in order to facilitate even more radical change some of the surfaces open and close like windows.”

Via Spoon-Tomago and Colossal and A'Design Award

(Fuente: cross-connect, vía silverfakes)

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