I WANT ONE

(Source: sp0oky-box-forts, via waltzingmatildablog)

New Projects New Start

Can’t wait to get back to do the second year of my HND Art & Design course.

To get again making projects & doing what I love best.

smarylove:

(via How to make a DIY cutlery holder with recycled tin cans step by step tutorial instructions | How To Instructions)


What a smart way of recycling old tin cans should try this ideas out :D
frogmanslightschool:

Stephanskirche
Stephanskirche in Vienna is beautiful, and (somehow) much darker than the Gothic cathedrals of France and England. This made photographing it a challenge; tripods weren’t allowed so I couldn’t do a longer exposure. I settled for a underexposure.
Here’s where editing can really make a photo. I decided that I’d push the moodiness really far, and really replicate the feeling I felt when standing here, which was this beautiful dark texture. It’s also really haunting (beneath the floors of the church are the catacombs where they put plague victims, who are still there), and I wanted to keep that darkness.
Photo by Kaitlin
You can find me here:[ Tumblr | Website | 500px | Instagram | Amazon Wishlist ]


SO BEAUTIFUL 

frogmanslightschool:

Stephanskirche

Stephanskirche in Vienna is beautiful, and (somehow) much darker than the Gothic cathedrals of France and England. This made photographing it a challenge; tripods weren’t allowed so I couldn’t do a longer exposure. I settled for a underexposure.

Here’s where editing can really make a photo. I decided that I’d push the moodiness really far, and really replicate the feeling I felt when standing here, which was this beautiful dark texture. It’s also really haunting (beneath the floors of the church are the catacombs where they put plague victims, who are still there), and I wanted to keep that darkness.

Photo by Kaitlin

You can find me here:
[ Tumblr | Website | 500px | Instagram | Amazon Wishlist ]

SO BEAUTIFUL 

(via genetic-freak)

asylum-art:

Stunning Anamorphic Artworks That Can Only Be Seen With A Mirror Cylinder

A year ago, we wrote about Jonty Hurwitz and his amazing anamorphic art that can only be seen in the reflection of a mirrored cylinder. Although the technique was created in the late Renaissance (16th century), artist like Jonty and István Orosz made it popular again.

What’s interesting about these anamorphic pieces is that most of them look like rubbish without a mirror cylinder. Some of them are so distorted that you can only guess at what the reflected image will reveal. You could probably even use this technique to pass a message on to a fellow secret agent.

Hurwitz says he creates his art by scanning a three-dimensional object and then using special software to come up with new physical forms, but each artist has their own technique.

1. by  imgur
2.3.  by Jonty Hurwitz
4.5.6..by István Orosz
7. by Vera Bugatti
8. by Awtar Singh Virdi
9. byWilliam Kentridge
10. by István Orosz

Via: .boredpanda

artpropelled:

sudden in a shaft of sunlight (by wild goose chase)

artpropelled:

sudden in a shaft of sunlight (by wild goose chase)

"A nice way to present images in a different point of view."

asylum-art:

Mark Dorf: Emergence

Artist onTumblr, Facebook

Mark Dorf is a New York based artist and recent graduate of Photography and Sculpture of the Savannah College of Art and Design. His most recent works examine humanity’s relationship with our fabricated digital realities and the physical landscape in which we reside through the use of both photography and sculpture. With the understanding that all art is based upon comparison and relationships, he re-contextualizes moment and symbol to create new meaning through the surrounding environment. Mark seeks to understand humanity as an observer in his surroundings, using photography as a tool to explore the curious habitation of the world around us.

(via asylum-art)

"Really nice pieces of work something different a interesting artist."

asylum-art:

Christoph Bader: Intricate Digital Art

on Behance, Flickr , Graphicine

Unique and eye-catching, art can come in many different variations and designs, giving us, the viewer, a wide range of unique allure. Well today we get a look at the work of German designer Christoph Bader, who created some astonishing and eye-catching pieces, which boast shapes and patterns, resulting in artwork that look anything but digital.

The collection, Limm, was done on a computer, making things even more interesting, taking on a look of elaborate and amazing, intricate string work that makes for some busy and brilliant work.

(via asylum-art)

Waiting…..like a sitting duck

Since doing the hidden project I am now waiting for the results for course, to see if I passed the first year to get onto the second.
Of HND Art & Design.

Hopefully I’m wanting to get distinction which Is a good mark.

So fingers crossed.

:)

HND : Art & Design
Project : Hidden Stitch
Chesterfield College, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

2014

The completed final piece

"My story begins in a story a coin I felt precious, I wanted to express my love & passion in the design & beauty of the unique figure.

I first found the coin lost & stashed in a box of coins found & brought on the flee market. So I experimented ideas how I could express the love from a coin shine of glory & elegance.

This is were the dress idea came together, I did how ever wanted to do some jewellery to go with the dress, but I though of just doing the dress as a one piece only but in a structure way of elegance & beauty in a historical way.

We’re the design of the figure which took my breath away I wanted to have it close to my heart, how ever there is one part missing I wanted to have some hand made coins trapped between the material of the dress. In circular pockets made out of ceramics with also the design of the figure on them & imprinted in the clay covered with Raku, to see if the design would show through or be hidden away with only my self knowing what is there.

But this was caused by the time I had to make the final piece.

Looking at the dress myself I would agree is completely perfect & may perhaps ruin the design, but if I was making this again the coins would be with the dress to compleat it purpose.

Myself thinks I have gave the inspiring coin a home & a purpose that will always be with me forever…….”

Model : Beth Smith
Artist & Photographer : Kim Wakem (AKA insprationalminds)