Sonja Baumel, 2009 | Knitted gloves representing the bacteria covering human skin

What Katie Did: Fashion, Art and Science. Merging fashion with science, Baumel has decided to create a visual reminder of the bacteria that our bodies are covered in.

Matrix by Alan Jaras - part of his "Twisted Light" series.  This is lensless photograpy using traditional 35mm film.  The object itself becomes the lens.  This guy's work is so inspirational!

Alan Jaras, Matrix Twisting Light 11 For the purists, no added colour but see large for subtle rainbow colours formed naturally and the fine structure of the caustic patterns at the centre of the hole pattern.

Maybe find a way to do this on a gym ball with thin glass and cling wrap the ball so it will come off when I release the air from the ball?

hkirkh: godotal: broken body "I was born with glass bones and... (venus blew my mind)

My broken body - glass art Inspiration- stained glass piece using scrap glass in a similar shape. From Australian artist and sculptor Sue Tilley. She works predominantly in found metal and glass, and working with the community, for the community.

INLAID SKIN :  ANDREEA MANDRESCU:  The inlaid pieces, due to their flexibility and ease in manipulation, can be attached and wrapped around the body. The colour and the translucent quality of the material used can give the illusion of an ‘inlaid’ skin as the surface of the accessory becomes almost one with the skin, or a three dimensional extension of the skin.

Inlaid Skin : Andreea Mandrescu~The colour and the translucent quality of the material used can give the illusion of an ‘inlaid’ skin as the surface of the accessory appears to be a three dimensional extension of the skin.

Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; 3D surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross #textiles

Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross by rosiete

Today’s spotlight goes to fairly new artist Megan Mitchell, who somehow depicts different types of decay and human insecurities in the most creative and interestingly beautiful ways. - See more at: http://www.wetheurban.com/post/73159615884/art-beautiful-human-decay-by-megan-mitchell#sthash.G4lXIEQO.dpuf

ART: Beautiful Human Decay by Megan Mitchell Today’s... (WeTheUrban)

ART: Beautiful Human Decay by Megan Mitchell Today’s spotlight goes to fairly new artist Megan Mitchell, who somehow depicts different types of decay and human insecurities in the most creative and interestingly beautiful ways.

X-Ray of blood vessels in the brain.

IQ tests are 'fundamentally flawed' and using them alone to measure intelligence is a 'fallacy', study finds - Science - News - The Independ.

Małgorzata Turczyńska  Do some thick and some thin paint do people of different race/skin tone

BODY FLUID SPILLS

Malgorzata Turczynska Going over images & creating flaws by physically manipulating the image with, for example;

Inspiration from my daughter to make a beaded bracelet.  Will let you see the finish product!

Part of Chameleon's Body Note: Beautiful Pattern & Color for Many Projects IE: Micromacrame Jewelry, Painting, etc.

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