Packing Tape Spiderweb Installation NO F-ING WAY! Whoever did this installation is sick. I love the creativity of using packaging tape to make a spiderweb in a large space.
Packing Tape Spiderweb Installation from June at DMY Berlin's International Design Fair or in September, when For Use/Numen will create a tape installation in a public space in the center of Frankfurt.
Packing Tape Spiderweb Installation, this works, i made some things that one could climb on/through some time ago
Packing Tape Spiderweb Installation- nice abstracted organic found object form.
Michel François - Walk Through a Line of Neon Lights. How quick do you think the media would pick up this installation? Talk to us for great coverage on pieces as surprising as this!
Art from fluorescent tubes, beautiful!
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So beautiful, I want to touch it or walk on it! “ Michel François - Walk Through a Line of Neon Lights ”
Installation by artist Baptiste Debombourg in Brauweiler Pulheim Abbey near Cologne, Germany. He tries to imitate a flood of water rushing into a room then turning to ice. Debombourg used many sheets of glass and white paint.
"Aérial" by Baptiste Debombourg. I like how this is made out of glass but looks like something that is an entirely different element
great installation piece I kind picture stuff like this for The Glass Menagerie - Kate Daniels series -CL
Activated Space The shattered windows fall into the viewers space. Penetrating and limiting how the body walks carefully around the shards of glass.
A literary thumbprint: the books that have defined your life fill out your thumbprint. This artist, Cheryl Sorg, will take your thumbprint and 50 books that have influenced your life and create a "literary thumbprint" art piece.
artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi has created a mesmerizing series called Layered Drawings. Nakanishi uses a laser print to mount his photos onto single plexiglass acrylic layers, together they produce a magnificent effect.