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Versa's Lorenzo offers up an eye-catching 3D effect for the wall with intricate embossing. The multi-faceted fabrication continually morphs with changing light and viewpoints.

Versa's Lorenzo offers up an eye-catching effect for the wall with intricate embossing. The multi-faceted fabrication continually morphs with changing light and viewpoints.

Jo Hyam - Textiles: 3D, machine stitching on water soluble stabilizer

Untitled H: Silk fibres, mixed fabrics and threads, machine stitch Copyright Jo Hyam 2005

Recent sculptures by the incredibly talented American artist Daniel Arsham (previously featured here). "Simple yet paradoxical gestures dominate his sculptural work: a façade that appears to billow in the wind, a figure wrapped up in the surface of a wall, a contemporary object cast in volcanic ash as if it was found on some future archeological site. Structural experiment, historical inquiry, and satirical wit all combine in Arsham’s ongoing interrogation of the real and the imagined...

Decaying Sculptures by Daniel Arsham

Recent sculptures by the incredibly talented American artist Daniel Arsham.

Butterfly eggs

Photo: Large white (Pieris brassicae) egg by Martin Oeggerli

structure of a butterfly wing    Structure of a butterfly wing    Courtesy of Thierry Thomasset    Image Details  Instrument used: XL SEM Family  Magnification: 25300X  Horizontal Field Width: 6,32µm  Vacuum: HiVac  Voltage: 10 kV  Spot: 3  Working Distance: 10 mm  Detector: SED

structure of a butterfly wing Structure of a butterfly wing Courtesy of Thierry Thomasset Image Details Instrument used: XL SEM Family Magnification: Horizontal Field Width: Vacuum: HiVac Voltage: 10 kV Spot: 3 Working Distance: 10 mm Detector: SED

Gustave Tiffoche and Léopold Gest, Ceramic Screen/ Paravon, c. 1963. Unique piece comissioned for a bank in Strasbourg, France

Gustave Tiffoche and Léopold Gest, Ceramic Screen/ Paravon, c. Unique piece comissioned for a bank in Strasbourg, France

Robert Hodgin photography       |  Fracture series, 2011

TEXTURE: Rock Formations - natural rough textures with earthy grey tones; Don't wanna get caught under those.

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