Images made out of other things

Initially, I thought these were buttons. But they’re actually bottle caps. Love how the blue of the eye looks so vivid. 


Bottle caps

via tumblr published on July 28, 2014 at 11:17AM

The Fox’s Den

This is super crazy awesome. Two weeks to make the fox (which is made from leather). 


The Fox’s Den

First of all, this installation is completely(!) made of paper and leather. All of the objects were handmade with orange colored paper, some are enhanced with leather. The whole, incredible installation took 68 tubes of glue and 144 large sheets of paper.

The fox sculpture alone, which was made from Hermès’ leather remnants, took two weeks to make. Each small piece was cut by hand and then glued slowly together so that the fox could look as realistic as possible.

France-based graphic design studio Zim&Zou created this unique artwork on behalf of Hermés for their store window display in Barcelona.


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via tumblr published on July 26, 2014 at 12:50PM

Add your own lines

This is so epic. It’s like they hung a carrot out there, and there’s a way that it could go and it just… doesn’t. :)


Do it yourself doodler

via tumblr published on July 29, 2014 at 11:47AM

Michael Waraksa


Michael Waraksa is a Chicago based artist/illustrator and a graduate of the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. He has exhibited his work at various venues around the United States and his illustrations have been published in numerous magazines and newspapers including The New York Times, TIME and The Los Angeles Times. His work has also been selected to appear in Communication Arts, 3×3 Magazine, American Illustration and Society of Illustrators.

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via tumblr published on July 25, 2014 at 04:01PM


I can’t get over the scale of this giant wooden maze in the São Paulo Museum. Would love to walk through it.


Going Back to the Roots with Henrique Oliveira’s Transarquitetônica

To see more photos and videos from Transarquitetônica, explore the MAC USP location page and browse the #henriqueoliveira hashtag.

Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira invites spectators to step inside his latest artwork and explore a giant wooden maze at São Paulo Museum MAC. His largest installation to date, Transarquitetônica is a 70 meter (229.66 ft) interactive sculpture made of tapumes, a plywood material traditionally used for cheap housing in Brazil. As the piece’s name suggests, Oliveira’s work speaks to the concept of time and evolution. Spectators discover spaces of contrast, as certain areas reference today’s modern architecture while sprawling branches symbolize man’s first dwelling.

via tumblr published on June 07, 2014 at 09:24AM

Hand-cut leaves


Leaf-cutting Artist Omid Asadi was born in Iran and now lives in Sale, Greater Manchester, England where he gathers fallen leaves and uses a craft knife and needle to transform them into exquisitely beautiful and expressive works of art. He even recreated The Scream by Edvard Munch on a leaf.

“Art for me is the way of looking differently to this world and around myself.I started to think why nobody paid attention to these beautiful leaves and trod on them, because of their name – if they were called flowers we wouldn’t tread on them at all! I wanted to give the leaves another Life and make art from them.”

Visit Omid Asadi’s website and Facebook page to check out more of his hand-cut leaves. You can also follow him here on Tumblr at omidasadi.

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For even more awesome leaf-related artwork, check out our posts about Lorenzo Duran Manuel Silva, Susanna Bauer, and LadyTinuz.

via tumblr published on July 26, 2014 at 12:52PM

Tiny tiny

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An observer of the tiny moments of agency life, figuratively speaking. – 1:87

via tumblr published on June 23, 2014 at 02:46PM

20,000 Days on Earth


Trailer for 20,000 Days on Earth, the documentary about creative polymath Nick Cave. Pair with Cave’s eclectic list of influences, which suddenly makes so much sense.

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I want to see this very badly. Now.

via tumblr published on July 16, 2014 at 06:58PM