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HENRIQUE OLIVEIRA’S PLYWOOD TUMOR INSTALLATIONS

hifructosemag: “Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira creates plywood and acrylic installations and sculptures of amorphous shapes. His creations range from biomorphic and visceral to almost.

Henrique Oliveira - Website of the artist Henrique Oliveira - www.HenriqueOliveira.com

Henrique Oliveira - Website of the artist Henrique Oliveira - www.HenriqueOliveira.com

Sao Paulo, Brazil Artist, Enrique Oliveira ~ amazing work from reclaimed boards...

Impressive organic wooden sculptures by award-winning artist Henrique Oliveira, from São Paulo, Brazil.

If you ever thought you needed fancy, expensive materials to make an impressive piece of art, then you haven’t seen this sculpture by Gabby O’Connor. Called What Lies Beneath, it’s a huge installation that resembles an iceberg. Hanging from a ceiling, it’s made up of thousands of small paper triangles dyed in shades of blue-green, …

Gorgeous Iceberg Sculpture Made of Tissue Paper and Staples

atavus: “ Gabby O’Connor made these beautiful icebergs hanging the ceilings. This installation, What Lies Beneath, uses tissue paper and staples to construct these huge icebergs. Via [My Modern Met] ”

Henrique Oliveira

From a great art blog – DailyArtFixx.com

Holy hell this is gorgeous.  How does one even DO that?  Beautiful.

Book carving art

Funny pictures about Book carving art. Oh, and cool pics about Book carving art. Also, Book carving art photos.

What Lies Beneath by Gabby O’Connor is a striking art installation that looks like an overhanging iceberg. Nevertheless, it will not bring about frosty breaths or frozen fingers because it is not in fact made out of ice. Instead, the illuminating installation has been crafted out of blue-green tissue paper and staples.

Paper Iceberg Installations

Gabby O’Connor, "What Lies Beneath", an installation of dyed and lacquered tissue paper stapled together and lit with natural light augmented by fluorescent lights. I love how this soft light fills the room.

alderaan concept art from star wars episode III revenge of the sith

Early concept art by Dermot Power of Padme Amidala in her "falconing gown" which would eventually become the "Packing Dress" from "Star Wars Episode II : Attack of the Clones"

“String Mirrors” – Images printed on Elastics by Hong Sunchul

South Korean artist Hong Sungchul creates three-dimensional string sculptures in his series entitled String Mirrors.

Kitchen Utensil Sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz via Apartment Therapy

Kitchen Utensil Sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Sayaka Ganz- "Emergence" Sayaka Kajita Ganz is a Japanese sculptor who now resides in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Amazing sculptures made from recycled materials.

Artist Henrique Oliveira's recycled, reclaimed sculptures.

Artist Henrique Oliveira's recycled, reclaimed materials into organic looking, dramatic, large-scale sculptures.