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“Untitled, No. 5” (2012), reclaimed lath installation at 1045 Mission St. San Francisco CA. All images via Barbara Holmes  Barbara Holmes‘ installation Untitled, No. 5 is a site-specific example of on

A Reclaimed Wood Installation Sourced From the San Francisco Dump by Barbara Holmes (Colossal)

“Untitled, No. reclaimed lath installation at 1045 Mission St. San Francisco CA. All images via Barbara Holmes Barbara Holmes‘ installation Untitled, No. 5 is a site-specific example of on

Barbara Holmes' installation Untitled, No. 5 is a site-specific example of one woman's trash is another one's treasure. The spiraling wooden work that was installed at 1045 Mission St. was completely sourced from the city's own dump, turning thrown away limber into a kaleidos

“Untitled, No. reclaimed lath installation at 1045 Mission St. San Francisco CA. All images via Barbara Holmes Barbara Holmes‘ installation Untitled, No. 5 is a site-specific example of on

A Reclaimed Wood Installation Sourced From the San Francisco Dump by Barbara Holmes

A Reclaimed Wood Installation Sourced From the San Francisco Dump by Barbara Holmes (Colossal)

A Reclaimed Wood Installation Sourced From the San Francisco Dump by Barbara Holmes

Barbara Holmes - untitled no. 5, installation @ 1045 Mision St. San Francisco CA., reclaimed wood lath, 2012

Furniture teacher at CCA, Barbara Holmes created this installation at 1045 Mission Street. All made from recycled lath collected from San Francisco's city refuge.

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Alicia Martin

Paper Biennial 2012 at the Meermanno Museum in The Netherlands, Spanish artist Alicia Martín

Untwisted Ropes Tacked to Gallery Walls Appear to Sprout like Trees  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/06/rope-installations-mello-landini/

Janiana Mello and Daniel Landini: Untwisted Ropes Tacked to Gallery Walls Appear to Sprout like Trees - or neurons

Ruth Asawa and her beautiful wire sculptures.

Crocheted Wire Sculptures by RUTH ASAWA , 1926 – 2013 “Art is doing. Art deals directly with life.” I freakin love Ruth Asawa

landscape view

We are enjoying Connecticut-based artist Maximilian Toth's beautiful chalkboard-style paintings this morning.

North Carolina-based painter Duy Huynh (previously) infuses his acrylic paintings with whimsical elements of visual storytelling, where a plume of instruments rises from a rushing locomotive and the moon hovers as a balloon tethered to the wrist of a woman. Huynh arrived in the U.S. from Vietnam in

Ethereal Acrylic Paintings by Duy Huynh Explore Cultural Displacement and Elements of Folklore (Colossal)

mangmang Mover la pantalla sin dejar de mirar la foto. Instagram: elllen.sarah                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Surreal i realy like this maniupulative image. It shows a teransformation the technique could be used in many different places and contexts.

Paper artist Sachin Tekade deconstructed architecture and patterns created as a consequence of seismic activity.

Sachin Tekade - Seismic 2012 Indian paper artist Sachin Tekade deconstructed architecture and patterns created as a consequence of seismic activity. Flowing patterns and dynamic blasts characterise the works in this series.

Playful Illustrations by Javier Pérez via slowrobot: Every day objects come to life!  #Drawing

Funny pictures about Everyday objects and pen sketches. Oh, and cool pics about Everyday objects and pen sketches. Also, Everyday objects and pen sketches.

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Lively Snakelike Installation Spans 100 Feet Long - My Modern Metropolis

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