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Collection by William Pym

William Pym
nice composite of manhole covers and other industrial forms focused on a circular design. Circle Art, Circle Design, Tool Design, Design Process, Collections Photography, Drain Cover, Cg Art, Photography Projects, Color Theory

squared circle - Covers

Created with fd's Flickr Toys 1. water meter cover, 2. surface water drain, 3. cover drain, 4. drain, 5. fire hydrant cover, 6. drain grill, 7. cover - fire hydrant, 8. grill, 9. cover, 10. drain cover, 11. cover, 12. coverdetail, 13. cover, 14. cover grill, 15. cover, 16. cover drain, 17. rusty cover, 18. drain cover, 19. man hole cover, 20. cover, 21. cover valve box, 22. cover, 23. cover - mlgw, 24. cover, 25. cover, 26. drain cover, 27. cover GAZ CM, 28. cover, 29. cover, 30. cover and…

Trash Never Looked So Beautiful Many people think of beach trash as an unfortunate eyesore. But Barry Rosenthal, who spends much of his time on beaches in gloves and knee-high boots,. Plastic Art, Plastic Cups, Plastic Recycling, Things Organized Neatly, Trash Art, Found Object Art, A Level Art, Plastic Pollution, Gcse Art

"Found in Nature": The language of trash

Barry Rosenthal's still life photographic series "Found in Nature" of ocean borne trash highlights the global problem of marine pollution

Various lock cylinder faces. Repetition Art, Peabody Museum, Things Organized Neatly, Art Alevel, Photo Class, Photography Projects, Photography Tips, A Level Art, Photo Projects

the TYPOLOGIST : collector of collections

The Typologist is Diana Zlatanovski, Museologist at Harvard's Peabody Museum. This blog is a collection of typologies I compile mostly from the internet. My own photography: TheTypology Hi!...

Ed Rusha - Twentysix Gasoline Stations- "drawing attention to things that perhaps people didn't think needed drawing attention to" A Level Photography, Conceptual Photography, Contemporary Photography, Conceptual Art, Fine Art Photography, Artistic Photography, Pop Art, Photo Sequence, Shadow Photos

Ed Ruscha - Twentysix Gasoline Stations

Edward Joseph Ruscha IV (roo-SHAY; born December 16, 1937) is an American artist associated with the Pop art movement. He has worked in the media of painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, and film. Ruscha lives and works in Culver City, California. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_Ruscha Twentysix Gasoline Stations is the first artist's book by the American pop artist Ed Ruscha. Published in April 1963 on his own imprint National Excelsior Press, it is often considered to be the first…

Bottle cap collection is a fun type of collection to start with your kids. Vintage Packaging, Vintage Labels, Retro Vintage, Vintage Items, Bottle Cap Art, Bottle Top, Beer Bottle, Glass Bottle, Coca Cola Bottles

bottle cap collection

Maura Cluthe has a beautifully presented bottle cap collection on her Flickr site. (via box vox)

Flotsam and Jetsam - Photographs and text by Peter Tonningsen A Level Photography, Color Photography, Flotsam And Jetsam, Still Life Images, Weird And Wonderful, Everyday Objects, Lost & Found, Collage Art, Graphic Design

Flotsam and Jetsam - Photographs and text by Peter Tonningsen | LensCulture

Peter Tonningsen collects odd things that wash up on California beaches near his home. He then scans them on a flat-bed scanner, and arranges those images artfully, and with a sense of humor, to create grids that have a loopy sense of logic.

Soviet Bus Stops - Christopher Herwig Beautiful Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Landscape Design, Architecture Design, Preston Bus, Bus Stop Design, Pencil Drawings Of Flowers, Chlorophytum, Bus Shelters

Soviet Bus Stops | FUEL

Photographer Christopher Herwig has covered more than 30,000 km by car, bike, bus and taxi in 14 former Soviet countries discovering and documenting these unexpected treasures of modern art. From the shores of the Black Sea to the endless Kazakh steppe, these extraordinary bus stops show the range of public art from the Soviet era and give a rare glimpse into the creative minds of the time. The book represents the most comprehensive and diverse collection of Soviet bus stop design ever…

Tomoko Sawada Sawada Tomoko born 1977 in Kobe Japan is a Japanese contemporary feminist photographer and performance artist She has been included Self Portrait Photography, Photography Camera, Art Photography, Conceptual Photography, Sequence Photography, Photography Awards, Id Photo, How To Pose, Photo Projects

Tomoko Sawada - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

Tomoko Sawada Sawada Tomoko born 1977 in Kobe Japan is a Japanese contemporary feminist photographer and performance artist She has been included

garconniere: “ hnnhmcgrth: “ Tomoko Sawada ” Tomoko Sawada’s was produced while she was a university student and living in Kobe. “The photo machine, a small vending machine-like. Sequence Photography, Portrait Photography, Performance Artistique, Create Photo, Photoshop, Neutral Tones, My Flower, Historical Photos, Paintings


garconniere: “ hnnhmcgrth: “ Tomoko Sawada ” Tomoko Sawada’s ID400 (1998) was produced while she was a university student and living in Kobe. “The photo machine, a small vending machine-like...

john hilliard - camera recording its own condition, 7 apertures, 10 speeds, 2 mirrors, 1971 Sequence Photography, A Level Photography, Photography Journal, Experimental Photography, Conceptual Photography, Contemporary Photography, Photography Projects, Conceptual Art, Art Photography

John Hilliard

Guest Speaker John Hilliard gave us an overview of his work from the 70's up to now. Hilliard started out as a sculptor, having been researching Keith Arnatt for the module 'This must be the place' these two artists are very similar, which is partly to do with the era they started out in. Many sculptors used photography to document their work in the 60's and 70's. Hilliard like Arnatt soon realised photography's potential as a medium. Hilliard's sculptures were specific to the place they…

Staplers, the Attachment That’s Still Making Noise - The New York Times Painting Frames, Painting Prints, Shelf Paper, Web Design, Tape Dispenser, Artistic Photography, Industrial Design, Be Still, Staplers

the TYPOLOGIST : collector of collections

Stapler typology. Photography: Daniel Borris for the New York Times.