filthflarnfilthflarnfilth: Jan Fabre

The contrast between the two faces intensifies the creativity and depth of the sculpture. For instance, how the ear is serving as a "nose" and as a ear for the two faces. I like how the difference between a serious face and a insidious yet heathenish

"Searching for Utopia", by Belgian artist Jan Fabre. At Nieuwpoort beach, Belgium.

From beetle wings to ballpoint pens, the art of Jan Fabre « Beautiful/Decay Artist Design

Sculpture by Jan Fabre

From beetle wings to ballpoint pens, the art of Jan Fabre « Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design

Jan Fabre, Beetle Rhino

Rhinoceros by Jan Fabre on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

jan fabre at galerie templon paris

jan fabre carves the human brain from carrara marble

jan fabre carves the human brain from carrara marble~~is this a symbol of "wine control"?

Jan Fabre "De Man die de Wolken Meet" (The Man who Measures the Clouds)

Jan Fabre "De Man die de Wolken Meet" (The Man who Measures the Clouds) I My favo of Fabre I Blue sky I Belgium /

jan fabre. A ceiling decorated with 1.6 million beetle shells, at the Royal Palace in Brussels.

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'Heaven of delight' by Jan Fabre at the Royal Palace, Brussels. The ceiling and Chandelier are covered with Jewel Beetle shells.

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