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Emma Stothard - Sculptor | Willow Sculpture and Wire Sculpture | North Yorkshire                                                                                                                                                                                 More

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 9 Home Sweet Home Pots

Emma Stothard - Sculptor | Willow Sculpture and Wire Sculpture | North Yorkshire More

Artist Lei Xue skillfully sculpts and paints porcelain sculptures that look like smashed cans with traditional patterns.

Smashed Cans Sculpted in the Traditional Style of Ming Dynasty Porcelain

Artist Lei Xue skillfully sculpts and paints porcelain sculptures that look like smashed cans with traditional patterns.

andy goldsworthy - it would be interesting to use talc to create a disted affect around the model for a photo shoot, also mimmic patterns in the garment possible like she is imprinting on her surroundings.

andy goldsworthy - it would be interesting to use talc to create a disted affect around the model for a photo shoot, also mimmic patterns in the garment possible like she is imprinting on her surroundings.

Melting Men by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, Berlin. This amazing installation of 1,000 melting figures was done in collaboration with the WWF to highlight global warming and bworldwide.

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Melting Men by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, Berlin. This amazing installation of 1,000 melting figures was done in collaboration with the WWF to highlight global warming and bworldwide.

Antony Gormley's Another Place. Installation of cast iron figures on Crosby Beach near Liverpool.

Antony Gormley's Another Place. Installation of cast iron figures on Crosby Beach near Liverpool.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude wrapped 178 trees in Berower Park / Beyeler Foundation north-east of Basel between 13 November and 14 December 1998. To wrap the trees, the couple used 55,000 m2 of silver-grey shiny polyester fabric and 23 km of rope. A pattern had to be made for each individual tree and so the natural shape of the branches pushed the fabric outwards, creating individual shapes in the sky. The trees varied in height from 2 to 25 meters and in width from 1 to nearly 15 meters.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude wrapped 178 trees in Berower Park / Beyeler Foundation north-east of Basel between 13 November and 14 December 1998. To wrap the trees, the couple used 55,000 m2 of silver-grey shiny polyester fabric and 23 km of rope. A pattern had to be made for each individual tree and so the natural shape of the branches pushed the fabric outwards, creating individual shapes in the sky. The trees varied in height from 2 to 25 meters and in width from 1 to nearly 15 meters.

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