ryandonato:

Kate MccGwire
ryandonato:

Kate MccGwire
ryandonato:

Kate MccGwire
ryandonato:

Kate MccGwire
theartofanimation:

Yoann Lossel
theartofanimation:

Yoann Lossel
theartofanimation:

Yoann Lossel
theartofanimation:

Yoann Lossel
farewell-kingdom:

Erika Pochybova-Johnson
farewell-kingdom:

Erika Pochybova-Johnson
farewell-kingdom:

Erika Pochybova-Johnson
exhibition-ism:

Jeremy Laffon creates the most peculiar sculptures from the most un-common of materials, mint chewing gum. 
exhibition-ism:

Jeremy Laffon creates the most peculiar sculptures from the most un-common of materials, mint chewing gum. 
exhibition-ism:

Jeremy Laffon creates the most peculiar sculptures from the most un-common of materials, mint chewing gum. 
exhibition-ism:

Jeremy Laffon creates the most peculiar sculptures from the most un-common of materials, mint chewing gum. 
exhibition-ism:

Jeremy Laffon creates the most peculiar sculptures from the most un-common of materials, mint chewing gum. 
exhibition-ism:

Jeremy Laffon creates the most peculiar sculptures from the most un-common of materials, mint chewing gum. 
exhibition-ism:

Jeremy Laffon creates the most peculiar sculptures from the most un-common of materials, mint chewing gum. 

exhibition-ism:

Jeremy Laffon creates the most peculiar sculptures from the most un-common of materials, mint chewing gum. 

showslow:

Daniil Kontorovich
showslow:

Daniil Kontorovich
showslow:

Daniil Kontorovich
showslow:

Daniil Kontorovich
artsyrup:

A Bowl of Taipei by Yang Yongliang
artsyrup:

A Bowl of Taipei by Yang Yongliang
artsyrup:

A Bowl of Taipei by Yang Yongliang
artsyrup:

A Bowl of Taipei by Yang Yongliang
artsyrup:

A Bowl of Taipei by Yang Yongliang
arpeggia:

Alexander James - Glass, 2012
Artist’s Statement:
“In this new body of work I explore a process formulated in the studio that naturally removes all the pigment from the capillaries in rose petals. It is a complex procedure that over a period of days replaces the pigment with highly purified water leaving behind only the skeletal fibre and plant structure visible; all while the plant still lives and grows.
These beautifully detailed and painterly photographic works are captured underwater and presented ‘as shot’ without the use of post production either traditional or digital.
From the outset I wanted to take this instantly recognisable subject and re-present it in an entirely new and significant way. Originality of process is paramount, even with something as common place as a rose.”
arpeggia:

Alexander James - Glass, 2012
Artist’s Statement:
“In this new body of work I explore a process formulated in the studio that naturally removes all the pigment from the capillaries in rose petals. It is a complex procedure that over a period of days replaces the pigment with highly purified water leaving behind only the skeletal fibre and plant structure visible; all while the plant still lives and grows.
These beautifully detailed and painterly photographic works are captured underwater and presented ‘as shot’ without the use of post production either traditional or digital.
From the outset I wanted to take this instantly recognisable subject and re-present it in an entirely new and significant way. Originality of process is paramount, even with something as common place as a rose.”
arpeggia:

Alexander James - Glass, 2012
Artist’s Statement:
“In this new body of work I explore a process formulated in the studio that naturally removes all the pigment from the capillaries in rose petals. It is a complex procedure that over a period of days replaces the pigment with highly purified water leaving behind only the skeletal fibre and plant structure visible; all while the plant still lives and grows.
These beautifully detailed and painterly photographic works are captured underwater and presented ‘as shot’ without the use of post production either traditional or digital.
From the outset I wanted to take this instantly recognisable subject and re-present it in an entirely new and significant way. Originality of process is paramount, even with something as common place as a rose.”
arpeggia:

Alexander James - Glass, 2012
Artist’s Statement:
“In this new body of work I explore a process formulated in the studio that naturally removes all the pigment from the capillaries in rose petals. It is a complex procedure that over a period of days replaces the pigment with highly purified water leaving behind only the skeletal fibre and plant structure visible; all while the plant still lives and grows.
These beautifully detailed and painterly photographic works are captured underwater and presented ‘as shot’ without the use of post production either traditional or digital.
From the outset I wanted to take this instantly recognisable subject and re-present it in an entirely new and significant way. Originality of process is paramount, even with something as common place as a rose.”

arpeggia:

Alexander James - Glass, 2012

Artist’s Statement:

“In this new body of work I explore a process formulated in the studio that naturally removes all the pigment from the capillaries in rose petals. It is a complex procedure that over a period of days replaces the pigment with highly purified water leaving behind only the skeletal fibre and plant structure visible; all while the plant still lives and grows.

These beautifully detailed and painterly photographic works are captured underwater and presented ‘as shot’ without the use of post production either traditional or digital.

From the outset I wanted to take this instantly recognisable subject and re-present it in an entirely new and significant way. Originality of process is paramount, even with something as common place as a rose.”

tonoariki:

Somethings I Love | iPhone 5 | © 2013 TonoAriki

vansart:

Some more amazing snippets from artists Kelsey Brookes amoebic paintings which he explains in the video Like Knows Like is in a sense like ”taking LSD and then taking an electron microscope and looking at LSD.”
vansart:

Some more amazing snippets from artists Kelsey Brookes amoebic paintings which he explains in the video Like Knows Like is in a sense like ”taking LSD and then taking an electron microscope and looking at LSD.”
vansart:

Some more amazing snippets from artists Kelsey Brookes amoebic paintings which he explains in the video Like Knows Like is in a sense like ”taking LSD and then taking an electron microscope and looking at LSD.”
vansart:

Some more amazing snippets from artists Kelsey Brookes amoebic paintings which he explains in the video Like Knows Like is in a sense like ”taking LSD and then taking an electron microscope and looking at LSD.”
vansart:

Some more amazing snippets from artists Kelsey Brookes amoebic paintings which he explains in the video Like Knows Like is in a sense like ”taking LSD and then taking an electron microscope and looking at LSD.”

vansart:

Some more amazing snippets from artists Kelsey Brookes amoebic paintings which he explains in the video Like Knows Like is in a sense like ”taking LSD and then taking an electron microscope and looking at LSD.”