I like mysterious objects.
I like mysterious objects.
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hermosanikita:

Street Scene , Kyoto 1955, Kansuke Yamamoto
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floralls:

flower cones (by life stories photography)
floralls:

flower cones (by life stories photography)
floralls:

flower cones (by life stories photography)
floralls:

flower cones (by life stories photography)
floralls:

flower cones (by life stories photography)
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indigenousdialogues:

artinparsi:

Scroll up Hadieh Shafie

"Born in Tehran and educated at the Pratt Institute in New York, Hadieh Shafie makes unthinkably intricate works—both on paper and of paper. Her tessellating pen-and-ink drawings, with their calligraphic lines and delicate colors, are just as staggering as the sculptures she constructs out of thousands of rolled, hand-dyed strips of paper. Shafie’s brightly colored paper art evokes both ancient handcrafts and modern pixelation. Though her works are densely textured and difficult to visually disassemble, she says that her influences include movements like Color Field Painting and Abstract Expressionism.”
- artsy.net
indigenousdialogues:

artinparsi:

Scroll up Hadieh Shafie

"Born in Tehran and educated at the Pratt Institute in New York, Hadieh Shafie makes unthinkably intricate works—both on paper and of paper. Her tessellating pen-and-ink drawings, with their calligraphic lines and delicate colors, are just as staggering as the sculptures she constructs out of thousands of rolled, hand-dyed strips of paper. Shafie’s brightly colored paper art evokes both ancient handcrafts and modern pixelation. Though her works are densely textured and difficult to visually disassemble, she says that her influences include movements like Color Field Painting and Abstract Expressionism.”
- artsy.net
indigenousdialogues:

artinparsi:

Scroll up Hadieh Shafie

"Born in Tehran and educated at the Pratt Institute in New York, Hadieh Shafie makes unthinkably intricate works—both on paper and of paper. Her tessellating pen-and-ink drawings, with their calligraphic lines and delicate colors, are just as staggering as the sculptures she constructs out of thousands of rolled, hand-dyed strips of paper. Shafie’s brightly colored paper art evokes both ancient handcrafts and modern pixelation. Though her works are densely textured and difficult to visually disassemble, she says that her influences include movements like Color Field Painting and Abstract Expressionism.”
- artsy.net
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steampunktendencies:

Kinekt Design
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magicalnaturetour:

These adorable pictures capture orphaned sloths playing and relaxing at a dedicated sanctuary in Costa Rica. The cute creatures were photographed at Aviarios Del Caribe, by Josh Norem/Caters NewsJosh traveled to the sanctuary as a volunteer and helped care for the babies, feeding them twice a day and teaching them to climb.The center, founded by Judy and Luis Arroyo, has been running since 1997 and more than 500 sloths have been looked after there.
magicalnaturetour:

These adorable pictures capture orphaned sloths playing and relaxing at a dedicated sanctuary in Costa Rica. The cute creatures were photographed at Aviarios Del Caribe, by Josh Norem/Caters NewsJosh traveled to the sanctuary as a volunteer and helped care for the babies, feeding them twice a day and teaching them to climb.The center, founded by Judy and Luis Arroyo, has been running since 1997 and more than 500 sloths have been looked after there.
magicalnaturetour:

These adorable pictures capture orphaned sloths playing and relaxing at a dedicated sanctuary in Costa Rica. The cute creatures were photographed at Aviarios Del Caribe, by Josh Norem/Caters NewsJosh traveled to the sanctuary as a volunteer and helped care for the babies, feeding them twice a day and teaching them to climb.The center, founded by Judy and Luis Arroyo, has been running since 1997 and more than 500 sloths have been looked after there.
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artchipel:

Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Larry Kagan | artist found at from89]
artchipel:

Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Larry Kagan | artist found at from89]
artchipel:

Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Larry Kagan | artist found at from89]
artchipel:

Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Larry Kagan | artist found at from89]
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magical-meow:

Three Musketeers ~ Well, good morning :-)
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magicalnaturetour:

She is sleeping deeply by neko_mania_r on Flickr. ~ Sweet Dreams beautiful friends ♥