Bonsai Tree Castle
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba built this unbelievably intricate mini-castle in and around a potted Bonsai tree using stone clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin. I can’t get over the amount of time and effort this must have taken. Via Daily What and My Modern Met
Blazing Flowers: Poi
The Human Flower Project, directed by author and sociologist Julie Ardery, is a weblog of international flower news and floral customs. The site promotes research and discussion of how flowers are used and understood in many cultures, with special emphasis on the florist industry, flower rituals, religious traditions, and the social and psychological dimensions of gardening. The Human Flower Project also includes a photo album featuring flowers in social contexts.
Deku Mask: This is quite similar to my San mask tutorial, so forgive me that I don't have more progress shots of this mask, but you can go to the other tutorial to fill in the gaps or send me a message with questions! =) 1. Get a eight to ten inch foam half-c…
On Inspiration and Honing Your Design Instincts. | Yellowtrace
Good morning peeps. How was everyone's weekend? Awesome...? Ah, that's great to hear! I was very lucky to watch Powderfinger's last ever gig in Sydney on Saturday night, which was part of their farewell tour - and I've got to tell you that it was a really amazing show. To be perfectly honest, I was never a huge fan of theirs, and this is the first time I've ever seen Powderfinger live. What can I say, I'm a late adopter (and a bit of an import). Had it not been for my brother who got the…
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a broken but a beautiful hallelujah on We Heart It
Image shared by bianca. Find images and videos about beautiful, night and light on We Heart It - the app to get lost in what you love.
Spark Art by David Keochkerian
David Keochkerian uses a slow shutter camera speed to capture moving lights that burn wildly into the frame. While the shutter is open, the subject spins