Samantha Groen
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Karen Margolis #art #sculpture #paper  http://artsyforager.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/friday-faves-pretty-paper/

karen margolis - 4 layers of abaca paper. holes made with soldering iron. I love the effect created with all these layers and the random arrangement of holes. It makes a very deep texture and a totally unique pattern.

Photographing miniature figures in the environment is nothing new, but few can match the clever scenes constructed by the London-based artist Slinkachu. Since releasing a book in 2012, he’s been...

Photographing miniature figures in the environment is nothing new, but few can match the clever scenes constructed by the London-based artist Slinkachu. Since releasing a book in he’s been.

Dutch designers have managed to create sturdy, sustainable houses out of cardboard.

Professional life: Dutch designers use recycle cardboards to make a house. Though it is a structure, it proved people are more and more focus on the sustainable environment and try to use more and more eco-friendly materials to make things.

Bath

i like the idea of hanging plants in the bathroom i like this space but why is there is a baby doll in the toilet? Why is there a table over the toilet?

SPUD Group, PAD Studio and designer Stephen Turner have collaborated to create a space that can be tested out as a small shelter to stay in and use as a ‘lab’ for one year. The Exbury Egg, as they have titled it, was constructed with boat building techniques and houses only the essentials. A small stove, shower, desk and bed/hammock are there; while any means of electricity will all come from solar power.

SPUD Group, PAD Studio and designer Stephen Turner have collaborated to create a space that can be tested out as a small shelter to stay in and use as a lab for one year. The Exbury Egg, as they have titled it, was constructed with boat building techniq

Wow... how intricate is the weaving of the roof!

'Light of Shodoshima' giant dome constructed of island-grown bamboo trees . illuminated at night by LEDs photo: Kimito Takahashi