Packing Tape Spiderweb Installation | 21 Works Of Art For The Office Supply Fetishist In You

Packing Tape Spiderweb Installation by Viennese/Croatian design collective For Use/Numen. - 21 Works of art using office supplies

How to Build Amazing Sparkle Balls Out of Plastic Cups

How to Build Amazing Sparkle Balls Out of Plastic Cups

In The Rain sculpture for Scotch(R) Off The Roll Tape Sculpture Contest - 2012

WOW this is made of packing tape! In The Rain sculpture for Scotch(R) Off The Roll Tape Sculpture Contest - 2012 cool contemporary public street art

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres.

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres. Wow, love this texture.

Check out this collection of amazing art & creativity!

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Installation Aerial par Monika Grzymala :: Tape, patience and imagination Aerial is a facility of the Berlin artist Monika Grzymala, made entirely with a big black tape, she dresses a column and two white walls with incredible dexterity.

Blood clot. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a blood clot from the inner wall of the left ventricle of a human heart. Red blood cells (erythrocytes) are trapped within a fibrin protein mesh (cream). The fibrin mesh is formed in response to chemicals secreted by platelets (pink), fragments of white blood cells. Clots are formed in response to cardiovascular disease or injuries to blood vessels. Connective tissue (orange) is also seen.

Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a blood clot from the inner wall of the left ventricle of a human heart

love this picture of red and white blood cells

red blood cells surrounding a white blood cell. white blood cells fight disease and infection.

Red Blood Cells under a microscope

Red Blood Cells under a microscope. No wonder Cheerios are good for you.<<<I always thought that red blood cells in my science book looked like those noodles in sauce with the meatballs XD

simple red circle print  www.wilburandgussie.com

Anika Starmer do an entire pattern painting using shapes that replicate microscopic body parts like muscle, blood cells and rods/cones

Textile Design by Tamar Branitzky

tamar branitzky-Natural papers combined with cotton fabrics and create a new surface full of textile actions: dying, printing, sawing, stitching, tearing and burning out. The flexibility and delicacy of papers versus the durability of fabrics

This paper manipulation would be good for a photography project with shining light through the burnt holes. Maybe even in black and white.

Collapsing Forward by Ula Einstein - mixed media installation using fire, tyvek, thread and rice paper.

Beryl Taylor - Machine stitched design on Tyvek with felt backing, painted it with diluted acrylic paint, let it dry, then zapped it (carefully) with a heat gun.

Beryl Taylor / First stage of using Tyvek - stitching design and burning away with heat gun.

We love the whimsical repetition on this navy on white pattern, and the…

We love the whimsical repetition on this navy on white pattern, and the imperfect hand painting really brings it to life.

Each elements of the installation is made from a thin strip of silk organza, which is cut slowly from a pice of silk fabric using a burning incense.    The strips are carefully rolled in to cone shaped elements of various length.    Installed perpendicularly from the wall, the thin silk cones twist and toil, as if growing out of the wall surface.

beilil Liu Installations I Toil, Silk Organza, dimensions variable, each element approximately to long.

Blood scabbing...this is what happens in close up when you tumble and graze yourself...the human body's ability to heal and protect.

25 Amazing Microscopic Images Of The Human Body

red blood cells trapped by fibrin threads Fibrinogen is an insoluble protein made by the liver and floats around in the blood. It is converted to fibrin by thrombin, a clotting enzyme, at bleeding sites.

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