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Origamigeschirr – The Origami Tableware by Moij Design

“This tableware consists of different bowls, plates and cups. The design is inspired by origami paper structures which principles are folding a square piece of paper without cutting or gluing. The paper bowls are doused with plaster to create a … Continue reading

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Greg Payce and the Space Between His Vases

Canadian ceramicist Greg Payce has spent over two decades exploring a three-dimensional representation of Rubin’s vase, in which a figure is revealed through the edges of two forms. Art Gallery of Burlington

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Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

Yoshitoshi Kanemaki is a Japanese sculptor based out of Chiba Prefecture who chisels these figurative sculptures from blocks of wood. Each piece conveys a complex and impressive array of human emotion.  Behance / Facebook    

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Faig Ahmed’s Mind-Bending Carpets

The talented carpet weaver Faig Ahmed distorts the patterns of traditional Azerbaijani rugs, producing works that seem to split, drip, and separate on the wall. via [theMoodBoarders]

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Paperholm Keeps Growing

Paperholm began in August 2014 as a daily project by artist Charles Young (previously).  One new object is designed, made, photographed and uploaded each day.  All of the models are made using 200gsm watercolour paper and PVA glue. This method … Continue reading

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Seasons by Garret Kane

Garret Kane is an assemblage sculpture artist based in Brooklyn NY. From the concept to the materials and techniques used, almost all his sculptures embody the idea that human beings were made by nature and through technology we attempt to recreate … Continue reading

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Staten Island Ferry Disaster Memorial Museum

The Staten Island Ferry Disaster Story. . . “It was close to 4am on the quiet morning of November 22, 1963 when the Steam Ferry Cornelius G. Kolff vanished without a trace. On its way with nearly 400 hundred people, mostly on … Continue reading

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Ivan Khafizov Immortalizes the Ornate Windows of Russia Before They Disappear

To both preserve Russia’s remaining wooden antiquities as well as celebrate new wooden architecture in the country, the “Virtual Museum of Decorated Windows,” or Nalichniki.com, is seeking to catalog hand-carved wooden window frames, known as nalichniki, from around the country. The founder of the Nalichniki.com project is Ivan Khafizov, … Continue reading

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Porcelain Abuse by Laurent Craste

This violent series of smashed vases is by Montreal-based artist Laurent Craste. ‘ The series of distorted vases actualizes the rage expressed in an earlier video depicting the artist in the process of digging. It also updates the strain inherent in … Continue reading

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The ‘Water Tables’ by Derek Pearce

“My work has always been about passion, the flow of form, the blending together of techniques and materials and the manifestation of concepts in wit and word play. I love studying animals and birds, The HIPPO TABLE has always been … Continue reading

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