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myedol:    Khalil Chishtee created a series of life size figures using trash bags, un-used grocery bags and plastic sheets. Each figure is packed full of emotion, and act as a metaphor for the human instinct to continuously recycle our identities.

BridgetteMarlow Using trash bags, unused grocery bags and plastic sheets, Pakistani artist Khalil Chishtee creates life-sized figures wracked with emotion. (via Using trash bags, unused grocery bags.

Khalil Chishtee's Plastic Bag Sculptures

ART: Plastic Bag Sculptures by Khalil Chishtee Using trash bags, unused grocery bags and plastic sheets, Pakistani artist Khalil Chishtee creates life-sized figures wracked with emotion.

Using trash bags, unused grocery bags and plastic sheets, Pakistani artist Khalil Chishtee creates life-sized figures wracked with emotion. He uses these materials as a metaphor for "recycling our identities" or braving the problems of life.

ART: Plastic Bag Sculptures by Khalil Chishtee Using trash bags, unused grocery bags and plastic sheets, Pakistani artist Khalil Chishtee creates life-sized figures wracked with emotion.

jelly fish, animal, black and white, photography

UNDER THE ,SEA, CREATURE Jellyfish are found in every ocean, from the surface to the deep sea. A few jellyfish inhabit freshwater.

jelly fish - what interesting creatures. They make me think God had so much fun making them :)

Jellies know how to coast and be graceful! jelly fish - what interesting creatures.

thunderbolts and sparks

Jelly fish, so gracefull and mysterious

G O N E  24/11/2015

Jelly by Andrew Vox Photography and white

Large-scale Graphite Drawings of Surreal Adventures, Dreamers, and Heroes by Ethan Murrow

Large scale Graphite Drawings of Surreal Adventures, Dreamers, and Heroes by Ethan Murrow surreal drawing black and white

Masterplan by Chad Wright; use the landscape to make the landscape to destroy the mother flipping landscape

Masterplan by Chad Wright; use the landscape to make the landscape to destroy the mother flipping landscape

Volume Project for Spring Semester Spatial Dynamics by Kincső Tóth, via Behance

Spatial Dynamics II: Volume is an abstract sculpture by Kincső Tóth. Its framework, made from wire, rope and nylon stocking, resembles the human heart. Tóth uses the sculpture to explore the.