Ben Kafton - Landscape in lines / Architectural drawings screen printed on paper / http://www.flickr.com/photos/benkafton / http://www.behance.net/BenKafton

Landscape in lines

Lines. Artist: Ben Kafton - Landscape in lines / Architectural drawings screen printed on paper (I do not own this artwork).

Alice Fox | Tide Line fragments

"Tidelines" Alice Fox, tapestry rust dyed with nails and salt water.

Lori Zimmerman: Long seeds pods from a white orchid tree are embellished by embroidery floss

Long seeds pods from white orchid tree are embellished by the embroidery floss that keeps them in place. could use other items to make a collection of small art pieces to cluster together

My Collection - Elizabeth Ashdown | Textile Designer

My work specializes in producing Passementerie collections for fashion, interior and jewellery applications. I utilize vibrant and fresh colour palettes and varied materials such as leather, cork,.

László Moholy-Nagy, pioneering Hungarian designer/photographer/film maker/painter of the Bauhaus movement, designed the Light Space Modulator (1922-30), to create pools of light and shadow so he could study their movement.

László Moholy-Nagy, Light-Space Modulator, replica 1970 Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum of Design, Berlin,

Ursus Wehrli, The art of clean up

The Art Of Clean Up

Ursus Wehrli is an artist and comedian from Switzerland. In his latest picture book, The Art of Clean Up, he meticulously rearranges components of photographs to be neat and tidy and completely meaningless. See more examples at Colossal.

The Famous Grids of Iconic Cities, Deconstructed and Remixed | Brain Pickings  That’s exactly what French artist Armelle Caron explores in her playful series “Everything Tidy,” doing to cities

The Famous Grids of Iconic Cities, Deconstructed and Remixed

French artist Armelle Caron has taken iconic grid-arranged city maps and "reorganised them" a la comedian and artist Ursus Wehrli in her series "Everything Tidy". See the series via Brain Pickings

Candy Jernigan's work was based on "evidence", or proof of her existence. She collected objects and kept records of the things she saw and places she went, then made her findings into books. Her objects ranged from ticket stubs and receipts to dead bugs. -Erin Lanagan

Candy Jernigan's work was based on "evidence", or proof of her existence. She collected objects and kept records of the things she saw and p.

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