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Upside down Mona Lisa created with spools of thread. Yes, I said spools of thread! Looking through prism turns image right side up. Huh?

Upside down Mona Lisa created with spools of thread. Yes, I said spools of thread! Looking through prism turns image right side up.

Just some interesting bacteria cells that could possibly help add some creepy vibes to the whole magic disease concept. I especially love the small hairs sticking out and creating this "sticky" feeling.

Organic Creatures Crafted from Plastic Cable Ties by Sui Park Arte, organismos negro y blanco

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Spools of Thread Form a Modern Mona Lisa Lebanon-based custom tailors Ejjeh & Sons recently renovated their shop and decided to promote the changes with a modern art installation.

My niece would love to do this to her room!

Thousands of Dots….

What happens when you give thousands of kids thousands of colored dots in an all white room? The Obliteration Room-Interactive Art Exhibit // Queensland gallery of Modern Art // “Obliteration Room” by Yayoi Kusama;

Click on image to find original website I have referenced this artist I came across because of the link between light and mirrors and the reflections those mirrors make. O'Callaghan has used a proj...

Liam O’Callaghan – ‘Chaos and dreams yet to come’

Potentially great transformation of mirror mobiles we're planing to use in Part One, Scene One. Mirror Projection- could make a great backdrop. Maybe with light and projection, we could transform this scene into the night sky with stars…

Spherical Triangle (maquette) By Alexander Calder ,1938

From Christie's, Alexander Calder, Spherical Triangle (maquette), Stabile–painted sheet metal and wire

Layer series by Nobuhiro Nakanishi http://www.nomart.co.jp/nakanishi/information.html:

Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Beautiful idea Layer series by Nobuhiro Nakanishi - He photographs a scene or object repeatedly over time, then laser prints each shot and mounts them onto acrylic. Change is captured in each frame

beautiful

20 Times That Art And Design Inspired Awe In 2013

Yayoi Kusama’s Mirror and LED Light Installations, 20 Times That Art And Design Inspired Awe In 2013

Projected set design

The composition doesn't look so scary, more like puppets, the large shadows on the other hand are. Christian Boltanski, Théâtre d'ombres (Theatre of Shadows)

MAGGIE CASEY: Hanging Cloud, thread, silk organza, copper tacks, wood, 2006. Casey creates mathematical structures informed by her education in weaving. She refers to these structures as 'hanging tapestries'

MAGGIE CASEY: copper tacks, wood, Casey creates informed by her education in She refers to these structures as 'hanging . I love the landscape like quality of the silk organza.

Naoko Ito, Flora    Ubiquitous, 2009

Tokyo-born artist Naoko Ito created a fascinating visual using over-sized mason jars to fit parts of a large tree branch.

"MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE", JEEYOUNG LEE - du 7 février au 7 mars, OPIOM Gallery présente « Stage of Mind : Scènes d’Esprit », soit 15 œuvres, pour la première exposition européenne de la jeune artiste JeeYoung Lee / First exhibition in Europe by young Korean artist JeeYoung Lee | @Opiom Gallery via #BornToBeSocial

Stage of Mind (prolongation), JeeYoung Lee,

Moving “Carp-Pet”: A Magical, Waterless Fish Tank

Designer John Leung, who calls himself and his designs "illusive x ingenious x magical," recently won the 2011 RedDot design award "Best of the Best" for h

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