Jeff Muhs – Study in Form with Jimmy Choos and Concrete (2015)

From McNeill Art Group, Jeff Muhs, Study in Form with Jimmy Choo Shoes and Concrete, Jimmy Choo shoes and concrete, 24 × 10 × 4 in

It is inspire to me and I really love the embroidery letters on the fabric of make the letter shape! Maria Wigley

'a letter' by maria wigley all rights reserved embroidery textiles poetry…

Rachel Whiteread - casts of interior living spaces - giving emptiness a presence- concrete ghosts

Rachel Whiteread Turner prize winner 1993 Charlotte Higgins The Guardian, Saturday 8 September 2007 BST In the summer of 1993 Rachel Whiteread began wor

Wonder Where You Are by Maria Wigley all rights reserved

Wonder Where You Are Fabric, thread, typed text MAC Craft fair submission 2 of 6 Maria Wigley

Kilian Ruethemann

Kilian Ruthemann is an sculpture and installation artist who creates beautiful large-scale works that allows the viewer to not only look at the work but become a part of the installation as well.

collard green backdrop by Kinfolk Magazine - super wasteful but might be doable with craft supplies and a bit of magic

16 Instagram Accounts That Will Make You Want To Grow A Beard And Move To The Pacific Northwest

Leafy green backdrop by Kinfolk Magazine - great idea for a ceremony or photo booth backdrop

gabriel kuri

iheartmyart: “ Gabriel Kuri, Mexican Grocery Receipts, tapestry, at Art Basel Miami Beach ”

Light dream, Polyester resin and fluorescent lights, life-size figure, 2007

BERNARDI ROIG Beautiful and melancholy sculptures by Spanish artist Bernardi Roig.

untitled - Katharina Grosse

antronaut: “ Katharina Grosse - Untitled “acrylic on aluminium pole, clothes and rope 200 x 67 x 55 cm ” ”

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Solid Stones Turned Into Soft And Organic Sculptures,by José Manuel Castro López, His rock sculptures have a magnificent quality of softness and a very organic feel. You can almost bit them or twist around like so much taffy!

Cross Connect Magazine

Daniel Arsham plays around with paper, walls and people. “ New York based artist Daniel Arsham straddles the line between art, architecture and performance. Raised in Miami, Arsham attended the Cooper.