Visual Diary by AO

dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect
dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.
Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/
via Ufunk.net

These are perfect

dink-182:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.

Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/

via Ufunk.net

These are perfect


jemima-parker:

The Canberra Centenary Community Tapestry was recently completed. It was woven in the Textiles Workshop at the Art School where I work, so I got to see the whole process from beginning to end.
I loved the community aspect to this fantastic project. There were many weavers who helped to create the tapestry, and I spent quite a few of my lunch breaks this year chatting to them while the tapestry grew.
These are a few of my favourite things in the tapestry…
For more on this lovely project, check out the tapestry blog.

amazing!jemima-parker:

The Canberra Centenary Community Tapestry was recently completed. It was woven in the Textiles Workshop at the Art School where I work, so I got to see the whole process from beginning to end.
I loved the community aspect to this fantastic project. There were many weavers who helped to create the tapestry, and I spent quite a few of my lunch breaks this year chatting to them while the tapestry grew.
These are a few of my favourite things in the tapestry…
For more on this lovely project, check out the tapestry blog.

amazing!jemima-parker:

The Canberra Centenary Community Tapestry was recently completed. It was woven in the Textiles Workshop at the Art School where I work, so I got to see the whole process from beginning to end.
I loved the community aspect to this fantastic project. There were many weavers who helped to create the tapestry, and I spent quite a few of my lunch breaks this year chatting to them while the tapestry grew.
These are a few of my favourite things in the tapestry…
For more on this lovely project, check out the tapestry blog.

amazing!jemima-parker:

The Canberra Centenary Community Tapestry was recently completed. It was woven in the Textiles Workshop at the Art School where I work, so I got to see the whole process from beginning to end.
I loved the community aspect to this fantastic project. There were many weavers who helped to create the tapestry, and I spent quite a few of my lunch breaks this year chatting to them while the tapestry grew.
These are a few of my favourite things in the tapestry…
For more on this lovely project, check out the tapestry blog.

amazing!jemima-parker:

The Canberra Centenary Community Tapestry was recently completed. It was woven in the Textiles Workshop at the Art School where I work, so I got to see the whole process from beginning to end.
I loved the community aspect to this fantastic project. There were many weavers who helped to create the tapestry, and I spent quite a few of my lunch breaks this year chatting to them while the tapestry grew.
These are a few of my favourite things in the tapestry…
For more on this lovely project, check out the tapestry blog.

amazing!jemima-parker:

The Canberra Centenary Community Tapestry was recently completed. It was woven in the Textiles Workshop at the Art School where I work, so I got to see the whole process from beginning to end.
I loved the community aspect to this fantastic project. There were many weavers who helped to create the tapestry, and I spent quite a few of my lunch breaks this year chatting to them while the tapestry grew.
These are a few of my favourite things in the tapestry…
For more on this lovely project, check out the tapestry blog.

amazing!

jemima-parker:

The Canberra Centenary Community Tapestry was recently completed. It was woven in the Textiles Workshop at the Art School where I work, so I got to see the whole process from beginning to end.

I loved the community aspect to this fantastic project. There were many weavers who helped to create the tapestry, and I spent quite a few of my lunch breaks this year chatting to them while the tapestry grew.

These are a few of my favourite things in the tapestry…

For more on this lovely project, check out the tapestry blog.

amazing!


cjwho:

Book Sculpture: Derailing my train of thought by Thomas Wightman
Derailing my train of thought is a creative book sculpture project to convey the effects of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) on a person’s life using the example of a derailing train. Check out this creative project by Thomas Wightman, to convey this book art the sculpture shows a train traveling on a journey that has become disrupted, leading it to derail from its set path.
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cjwho:

Book Sculpture: Derailing my train of thought by Thomas Wightman
Derailing my train of thought is a creative book sculpture project to convey the effects of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) on a person’s life using the example of a derailing train. Check out this creative project by Thomas Wightman, to convey this book art the sculpture shows a train traveling on a journey that has become disrupted, leading it to derail from its set path.
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cjwho:

Book Sculpture: Derailing my train of thought by Thomas Wightman
Derailing my train of thought is a creative book sculpture project to convey the effects of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) on a person’s life using the example of a derailing train. Check out this creative project by Thomas Wightman, to convey this book art the sculpture shows a train traveling on a journey that has become disrupted, leading it to derail from its set path.
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cjwho:

Book Sculpture: Derailing my train of thought by Thomas Wightman
Derailing my train of thought is a creative book sculpture project to convey the effects of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) on a person’s life using the example of a derailing train. Check out this creative project by Thomas Wightman, to convey this book art the sculpture shows a train traveling on a journey that has become disrupted, leading it to derail from its set path.
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cjwho:

Book Sculpture: Derailing my train of thought by Thomas Wightman

Derailing my train of thought is a creative book sculpture project to convey the effects of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) on a person’s life using the example of a derailing train. Check out this creative project by Thomas Wightman, to convey this book art the sculpture shows a train traveling on a journey that has become disrupted, leading it to derail from its set path.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe