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Ethereal Sculptures and Wearable Orbs Formed From Synthetic Fabric by Mariko Kusumoto

Ethereal Sculptures and Wearable Orbs Formed From Synthetic Fabric by Mariko Kusumoto

Kirsten Hassenfeld / Sacred Geometry <3

Kirsten Hassenfeld / Sacred Geometry <3

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New Growth/Stratum Model a site-specific installation by Kendall Buster (2009) was created for Suyama Space in Seattle, Washington, an alter...

New Growth/Stratum Model a site-specific installation by Kendall Buster (2009) was created for Suyama Space in Seattle, Washington, an alter...

Assembled Figurines by Garret Kane Appear to Burst with the Seasons

Assembled Figurines by Garret Kane Appear to Burst with the Seasons

This is not Paris. on Behance

This is not Paris. on Behance

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C4D 프로그래밍

Glass wall panel installation by UK based artist Chris Wood. She says that her work is about expressing the “magic of light”. Um… nailed it! She uses dichroic glass, and in case you’ve never heard of dichroic glass, (meaning two colour). Developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation. It is a material that very eloquently expresses the magic of the phenomenon of light.”

Glass wall panel installation by UK based artist Chris Wood. She says that her work is about expressing the “magic of light”. Um… nailed it! She uses dichroic glass, and in case you’ve never heard of dichroic glass, (meaning two colour). Developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation. It is a material that very eloquently expresses the magic of the phenomenon of light.”

Husband and wife team Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker translate their oceanic inspirations directly into their collaborative glass sculptures, frozen glass waves caught mid-crash and appearing to spray surf from the contained vessels. The works exist as seamless gradients, dark blues circling the base while white froth circles the top of the pieces crafted from molten glass.

Husband and wife team Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker translate their oceanic inspirations directly into their collaborative glass sculptures, frozen glass waves caught mid-crash and appearing to spray surf from the contained vessels. The works exist as seamless gradients, dark blues circling the base while white froth circles the top of the pieces crafted from molten glass.

Gallery - VIMOB / Colectivo Creativo Arquitectos - 18

Gallery - VIMOB / Colectivo Creativo Arquitectos - 18