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mandyvonne:

I’ve been busy making more jellyfish. I made the pink one for my sister, I just have to get some packing material to send it out to her. We face timed yesterday and I showed it to her, she loved it! ;)

mandyvonne:

I’ve been busy making more jellyfish. I made the pink one for my sister, I just have to get some packing material to send it out to her. We face timed yesterday and I showed it to her, she loved it! ;)

(vía bonitapatterns)

devidsketchbook:

NEWSPAPER SCULPTURES

Korean artist Yun-Woo Choi creates impressive sculptures using rolled up pages of magazines.

Artist’s Statement

“What is real? Where am i living? What do i perceive is the real? Are invisible things - like my emotions, supernatural phenomena, dreams, God, Tao - real? Do they have some space of their own? Are people really living in the same plane or dimension even though they feel differently about the same situation? These questions are the starting point for my work.” Read More

ruineshumaines:

East London gallery Tony’s are presenting crochet street-artist Olek‘s debut UK solo show, “I do not expect to be a mother but I do expect to die alone”.

skeletales:

Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam is considered one of Japan’s leading fiber artists, using knitting and crochet as the foundation for much of her work.

The artist created this playground where children can interact with her art. Ordering her yarn supplies by the ton, Horiuchi-MacAdam works with a team to produce the massive structures. They build large sections of each playground, and then join the sections and test them onsite during installation. The design includes all kinds of vibrantly colored nets, swings, cushions, and pockets for children to play on and explore.

Horiuchi-MacAdam believes in bringing joy and laughter to children through these creative projects. She finds great pleasure in watching the soft fabric transform and come alive as the children stretch, climb, and swing on the materials. Her most treasured moments are hearing what she describes as the “undisguised delight of children exploring a new play space.”