Decaying books in an abandoned manor home.

Photography is an art kind that shouldn’t be squelched. It is a kind of art. Black and white photography supplies an exceptional perspective on a lot of subjects. If you present photography e…

Laura Katherine McMillan embroidered 'Cell Series' in petri dishes

Nerd art - Laura Katherine McMillan embroidered 'Cell Series' in petri dishes

embroidered portrait jose romussi

Embroidered Subversive Collages By Artist Jose Romussi

Chilean artist Jose Romussi adds embroidery to paper photographs to extracts a third dimension, and thus a nascent personality, out of an otherwise flat image. By doing so, Romussi opens space for …

Design d'intérieur - "Déambulations" - Frédérique Breuillé

"Déambulations" Frédérique Breuillé 2012 - like how the audience has to walk over the work to engage and the sense of touch

Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist Contemporary Abstract Art

Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist Contemporary Abstract Art (smb: A use for my beautiful bark collection.

Heather Komus of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada. An even closer detail of 'Gorge and Grow'.

Heather Komus:Gerridae, embroidery on handmade paper and fabric with pig intestine, horse and human hair and other materials, variable dimensions, 2010

A beautiful collection of urban decay photos. Strange how lovely decay can be.

I think I should have been an architect because I love structural urban photography but also ladscapes. two stairways. 1 by Tommy-Noker Collection of Urban Decay Photography

"i got two questions for you: what's your magic, what's your problem? i…

"Despite the dream, Kyra felt fear rise within her as the object was placed before her." "Anything that happens in the dreamscape will not harm you in real life.

Laura Katherine McMillan. Size: 9 pieces, 5.5”x 5.5” Medium: Machine and Hand Embroidery in Petri Dishes Year Made: 2010 Cell Series "I began this series of embroideries as a way to fuse my background studies in anatomy and kinesiology with my passion for textile art. Revisiting old text books brought back not just information I would have to memorize for its function but a wealth of beautiful imagery. I began to see the cells as a series of intricate textures and shapes. "

in Nature Laura Katherine McMillan. Size: 9 pieces, Medium: Machine and Hand Embroidery in Petri Dishes Year Made: 2010 Cell Series

microscopic tree cells (maple)

Marco microscopic Maple Tree cells (looks like loose weave knitting!

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