jim hodges

Jim Hodges Rocks Sculptures

Diy with rocks and metallic paint.New York artist Jim Hodges has created these beautiful works. It's hard to get an idea of scale in these images.


bluebirdsfloat: “ Sarah Blood - Luna Fossil IV 2010 Flameworked glass, argon, cement, pigment Approx 63 x 63 x ”

Deer sculpture made completely of glass. love! somehow i need to make a sculpture of a deer, made out of wood. ah! 剥製にガラスの球体を付けるという発想と大小のガラスの球体の配置バランスが良いと思う。お気に入りの作品です

By covering the skin of taxidermy animals with transparent glass spheres, sculptor Kohei Nawa magnifies the underlying surface and distorts the surrounding light to create a pixilated “husk of light.” Reflective light on glass spheres.


Swings by Philippe Malouin for Caesarstone

How about this in fellowship hall - Ha! London designer Philippe Malouin has used solid-surface material Caesarstone to form the seats of twelve swings arranged in a circle - beautiful

Les nouvelles marques à suivre, les dernières tendances des podiums, les rééditions de produits cultes… Rien n’échappe à nos rédactrices beauté ! http://www.elle.fr/Beaute/Maquillage/Tendances/Beauty-Buzz-les-coups-de-coeur-de-la-redac?utm_content=buffer331fc&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Fabrice Bouqet, beauty and fashion photographer living in Paris, France. The portfolio of his works and favorites images.

atsushi iinuma | Shades of Grey #artwork #grey #concrete

Artwork with a touch of design - concrete finishes as artwork for your wall! Do you want a concrete wall?

glass and stone sculpture by Ursula-Maren Fitz

Saatchi Art: glass and stone II Sculpture by Ursula-Maren Fitz

Design Envy

Design Envy · Shadow Faces: Kumi Yamashita origami - single light source and shadow.

ORIGAMI 「動きのあるウサギ」ロナルド・コー作、イン・ブン・チュン制作

Surface to Structure: An Origami Exhibition Featuring 80 Paper Artists at Cooper Union paper origami exhibition. (Ronald Koh / Folded by Ng Boon Choon)

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Conrad Jon Godly’s Abstract Mountains Represent Power, Spirituality, and Imperishable Magnificence. When looking at Swiss painter Conrad Jon Godly’s mounta