Who is this by? I love it.
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This reality hand hook series by Harry Allen is so wonderfully weird. I’d give them a home.
This photo made me laugh. It’s part of an ongoing project titled ‘Discreet Artist’ by Paraskevi Frasiola.
Where was this when I was in art school trying to get a handle of life figure drawing?
Gah! I want to give this rug a home. The motif is based on a 1948 artwork by Spanish Basque artist Eduardo Chillida.
In ‘Emergent Behavior’, San Francisco-based photographer Thomas Jackson captures hovering art installations inspired by the self-organizing systems of the insect and animal worlds.
Cj Hendry‘s Complimentary Colors are hyperrealistic colored pencil drawings. Stunning.
This large-scale participatory Bubble Wall by Rintaro Hara is delightful!
Visitors at the Des Moines Art Center are invited to crawl and slide inside this massive suspended tape structure. I would love to experience this!
I just discovered Femke Colaris on Instagram and I love how serene and consistent her images are. And, I absolutely adore her simple line drawings.