I adore these pieces from Beautiful Evidence, an exhibition by Thomas Allen inspired by his 8-year old daughter’s scientific wonder. It will be appearing at the Foley Gallery in NYC from September 9 - October 12.
The job takes about 3 years to make an engraved tatoo for an individual camels. First 2 years, there is just growing the hair and starts trimming. Inhabitant of desert does not use the iron engraved for the camels. They just cut and dye the camel hair. I have never seen such a beautiful works in the world.
Digital artist Cecelia Webber explores humanity’s relationship with nature by turning human bodies into natural forms like these flowers. Look closely and you’ll see those aren’t actually petals or stems:
Ren & Stimpy Title Cards by Bob Camp
By Joe Meredith from Why The Sky Is Far Away (A Nigerian Story)
From Blockupy Frankfurt. May 19, 2012.
The German police took off their helmets and escorted the Blockupy Frankfurt protest. Police are escorting, not participating. Reports of an estimated 20,000+ protesters took to the streets.
Corrugated Cardboard Art by Mark Langan
Doing commercial work as well as personal, Mark follows ancient Native American teachings by utilizing every part of the cardboard in his art, no surface, corner, edge, or shredded bit goes unused in his visually uncanny cardboard art (hey, is that Will Farrell as Uncle Sam?).