1. IDEEE lifecycling
小林 マナさん 小林 恭さん 『遊び心溢れる空間デザイナーの家』

    IDEEE lifecycling

    小林 マナさん 小林 恭さん 『遊び心溢れる空間デザイナーの家』

  2. weirdfriends:

Majolica bust by Celia Birtwell
Celia Birtwell by Celia Birtwell text by Dominic Lutyens

    weirdfriends:

    Majolica bust by Celia Birtwell

    Celia Birtwell by Celia Birtwell text by Dominic Lutyens

    (via artspotting)

    ceramicportrait

  3. よわよわカメラウーマン!http://yowayowacamera.com/

    よわよわカメラウーマン!http://yowayowacamera.com/

  4. yama-bato:

Elephant Skull Plate XXVIII 1969 from the Elephant Skull Album printed caption: ‘Skull back view - Tunnels, regressions, dark depths’ CGM 141 etching in black 254 x 200mm edition of 100 + 15 on Rives with a watermark designed by the artist printer: Atelier Lacouri‘re et Frélaut, Paris publisher: Galerie Gérald Cramer, Geneva 1971 signature: pencil l.l. Pl XXVIII/E.C. l.r. Moore The Henry Moore Foundation: gift of the artist 1977
http://www.henry-moore.co.uk/matrix_engine/content.php?page_id=2490
 
Henry Moore Elephant Skull Etchings 

    yama-bato:

    Elephant Skull Plate XXVIII 1969 
    from the Elephant Skull Album
    printed caption: ‘Skull back view - Tunnels, regressions, dark depths’
    CGM 141 
    etching in black
    254 x 200mm
    edition of 100 + 15 on Rives with a watermark designed by the artist
    printer: Atelier Lacouri‘re et Frélaut, Paris
    publisher: Galerie Gérald Cramer, Geneva 1971 
    signature: pencil l.l. Pl XXVIII/E.C. l.r. Moore
    The Henry Moore Foundation: gift of the artist 1977

    http://www.henry-moore.co.uk/matrix_engine/content.php?page_id=2490

     

    Henry Moore Elephant Skull Etchings 

    Henry Moore

  5. illuviation:

Her work is so amazing, a lot of works are casts of ordinary domestic objects and, in numerous cases, the space the objects do not inhabit (often termed the “negative space”) — instead producing a solid cast of where the space within a container would be; particular parts of rooms, the area underneath furniture.

    illuviation:

    Her work is so amazing, a lot of works are casts of ordinary domestic objects and, in numerous cases, the space the objects do not inhabit (often termed the “negative space”) — instead producing a solid cast of where the space within a container would be; particular parts of rooms, the area underneath furniture.

    (Source: sedation)

    Rachel Whiteread