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Love this illustration by Tim Shumate.

http://timshumate.com/home.html

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We’re not sure who made this sculpture, but it’s a brilliant example of prefabricated objects being used in a creative way, to create something completely new. Very clever, and well made.

We’re not sure who made this sculpture, but it’s a brilliant example of prefabricated objects being used in a creative way, to create something completely new. Very clever, and well made.

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Check out these astonishing well crafted pieces of wood. Yes, you read that correctly!

Artist Fraser Smith hand carves and paints these items of ‘clothing’ from wood, with the intention of tricking people and playing with how they perceive items. 

Well Mr Smith, it fooled us, as these are brilliantly convincing!

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Today we are inspired by some INCREDIBLE 3D STREET ART!!!!!

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A wonderfully psychedelic mirage of colour, full of melted shapes and texture. Doesn’t it make you want to pick up a brush??

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Mark Chadwick - Fluid Painting, acrylic on canvas, 2012

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Art We Love!!!

Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder was a 2005 installation by artist Nike Savvas at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne. This amazingly colourful piece involved over 100,000 bouncy balls suspended from the roof, creating a rainbow of colour in the gallery. The Artist, now based in London, jokingly said of her work, “I’m up to my eyeballs in balls” and you can’t really beat that. Ha!


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Such a wonderful way to inject colour and creativity into a public space. Gorgeous!

dawnawakened:

The Xiying Rainbow Bridge

The Xiying Rainbow Bridge is an elevated pedestrian walkway located in Magong, Penghu County in Taiwan. The bridge is lined with a thin neon band that reflects a rainbow onto the water’s surface below at night. (via gaks)

Source: dawnawakened
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THIS WEEKS WINNER IS…..Drummmm rolllll please:

Clare O’Conner

Medium: Primarily a painter, but works in medium format analogue photography as well. 

Artist statement: 

Clare’s work is concerned with vibrant colour and patterns, creating a unique and visceral experience for the viewer.

Recent works toy with the dynamic interplay of organic and organised forms, complimentary and contrasting colour, repeated shapes and mark making versus empty space.