Chiharu Shiota | Stairway

Detail, 'Stairway' by Japanese-born, Berlin-based artist Chiharu Shiota solo exhibition installation at Kunsthalle zu Kiel. The artist wove an immense amount of yarn into a cocoon-like environment. via design boom

facets, line work, drawing workshop

{{shame I don't know the artist, but I enjoy these types of artworks a lo,t because I see them as relating to nature, the solar system, everything connects and it's messy but extremely beautiful (gab) }}:

Man Ray, "Spider"

Dora Maar, Les annees vous guettent (Nusch Eluard), 1932 noclue what it says but interesting


Shop to Love: This Years Girl

Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman Fox. I'd vote for him.

Spider web

“In the Spider’s Parlour” - Model: ZomBri - Photo/Rigging:

Rebecca Horn: Handschuhfinger, 1972 (Finger Gloves) "Most people live in a little prison in their minds." (R.Horn, 2005)

Rebecca Horn, Finger Gloves, 1972 "Ideas of touch and sensory awareness are explored in this work.

Louise Bourgeois. Untitled, no. 4 of 36, from the series, The Fragile. 2007

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is a place that fuels creativity and provides inspiration. Its extraordinary art collection includes modern and contemporary art such as Untitled, no. 4 of from the series, The Fragile (Louise Bourgeois).