saatchiart:

Tara Donovan transforms everyday objects into captivating works of art. Seen here is straws, tar paper, Styrofoam cups, buttons, and fishing wire.

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archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.

Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.

[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]

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nevver:

The Bridge, Richard Misrach

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sethwoodtattoo:

Some close-ups of Sean’s kitsune back (at saved. brooklyn. last week.)

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calculatedhappiness:

'The art of opulence' | Saira Hunjan and Jatinder Singh Durhailay by Damian Foxe

*_* that man

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nevver:

Up all night, Kim Cogan

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Mongol shaman

anachoretique:

Mongol shaman

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someoneanyoneyou:

Dead Prisoner’s Tattoos Preserved in Formaldehyde

grim.

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1time4yamind:

Nice

1time4yamind:

Nice

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electrictattoos:

Alex Tabuns

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