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Glass Sculpture

Glass Sculpture

Crocheted Wire Anatomy by Anne Mondro

Crocheted Wire Anatomy by Anne Mondro

ṣaḳǘʀạ ʀạḯƞ 桜雨 on Twitter: "Cut Paper Art | Noriko Ambe https://t.co/NUJ9krlz0F"

ṣaḳǘʀạ ʀạḯƞ 桜雨 on Twitter: "Cut Paper Art | Noriko Ambe https://t.co/NUJ9krlz0F"

Artist John Franzen creates textured drawings reminiscent of wrinkled fabric, or waves of water, by drawing tediously placed rows of lines with black ink. 'Each Line One Breath': Morphogenetic Freehand Drawings By John Franzen. Click through for videos.

Artist John Franzen creates textured drawings reminiscent of wrinkled fabric, or waves of water, by drawing tediously placed rows of lines with black ink. 'Each Line One Breath': Morphogenetic Freehand Drawings By John Franzen. Click through for videos.

Anna-Wili Highfield

Anna-Wili Highfield

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pinterest | @gabriellleray

The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.

The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.

golden batwing minimal surface

golden batwing minimal surface