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Polestar Electric Hypercar x Sports Pickup Vehicle by Matthias Walz

really-shit: Ink cloud portraits from South African digital...

really-shit : Ink cloud portraits from South African digital artist Chris Slabber . Artist Statement - “All of us has at some point been confronted with ourselves. A self from the past, the future or even as we are now. The question is, would you recognise you? When you are a coward, would you recognize the hero inside? When you suffocate can you reclaim your breath? When you are down, can you get back up? When you live too much in future’s past, can you bring yourself back too reality? Can you be true?” follow our website for more | twitter

Modern witch by Rheann

Modern witch by Rheann

Lifelike Galvanized Wire Animal Sculptures by Kendra...

Lifelike Galvanized Wire Animal Sculptures by Kendra Haste Working only with layers of painted galvanized wire atop steel armature, UK artist Kendra Haste creates faithful reproductions of creatures large and small for both public installations and private collections around the world. A graduate of the from the Royal College of Art, Haste says she is fascinated by how such a seemingly ordinary medium, chicken wire, is capable of suggesting “the sense of movement and life, of contour and volume, the contrasts of weight and lightness, of solidity and transparency—values that I find in my natural subjects.”  In 2010, Historic Royal Palaces commissioned Haste to fabricate thirteen sculptures around the Tower of London that will remain on view through 2021. You can see much more in this online gallery , and as part of the Art and the Animal exhibition currently at the Ella Carothers Dunnegan Gallery of Art in Missouri. Thanks Colossal. Like us on Facebook and Tw

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Illustrations by Marc Simonetti behance l tumblr l dA

Handmade Embroidered Notebooks by Fabulous Cat...

Handmade Embroidered Notebooks by Fabulous Cat Papers Athens-based shop Fabulous Cat Papers combines the beauty of embroidery and vintage scientific illustrations into one-of-a-kind notebooks. The covers feature printed anatomical drawings, geometric designs, and nature scenes that are meticulously enhanced with cotton thread. Stitching adds a special three-dimensional element to the flat illustrations threaded veins course through heads while the golden ratio now has a rainbow-colored, tactile twist. Check out more of Fabulous Cat’s offerings on Etsy . Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by Margaret   via

Dayv Mattt: Interview with a GeniusDayv Mattt sat down with The...

Dayv Mattt: Interview with a Genius Dayv Mattt sat down with The Chromatic Watch on a sunny Saturday to chat about his work, share some knowledge, and tell us about his new book, High Street Low Street Colombo . Cross Connect: How do you think your photography’s changed over the years? What do you think you’ve gotten better at and what are you still working on? Dayv Mattt: I really had to sit down and think about this one for a few minutes. I mean I think my photography has gotten better over the years, but I can’t really say why. I don’t think the way I shoot street photography has changed since I started doing it, but certainly the way I process the photos has, and I have worked hard to limit the number of shots I keep and publish. In my early days, I was like that annoying dude on instragram who posts every single shot. I am always willing to work on my post processing, and for my next project, I am contemplating a serious shift, but I have not figured out what

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

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Illustrations by GDBee dA l tumblr l shop l FB

Illustrations by GDBeedA l tumblr l shop l FB

Illustrations by  GDBee dA l tumblr l shop l FB

Silicon Sculptures by Anke EilergerhardBorn in Wuppertal,...

Silicon Sculptures by Anke Eilergerhard Born in Wuppertal, 1963 Her last series are colored silicone flowers created as a confectioner with a spout and formed into sensuously beautiful sculptures. It gives birth to busty figures dancing on their pedestals and reminding us huge cream cakes as well as prehistoric fertility idols. Cross Connect Mag on Flickr  | Selected by Very Private Art