Space-Aged

Space-Aged

gatarooooo:

We are Groot.
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We are Groot.
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We are Groot.

gatarooooo:

We are Groot.

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traddmoore:

SECRET AVENGERS #10 Cover
By Tradd Moore (lines) and Matthew Wilson (colors)
SECRET AVENGERSWritten by Ales KotArt by Michael WalshColors by Matthew Wilson
traddmoore:

SECRET AVENGERS #10 Cover
By Tradd Moore (lines) and Matthew Wilson (colors)
SECRET AVENGERSWritten by Ales KotArt by Michael WalshColors by Matthew Wilson

traddmoore:

SECRET AVENGERS #10 Cover

By Tradd Moore (lines) and Matthew Wilson (colors)

SECRET AVENGERS
Written by Ales Kot
Art by Michael Walsh
Colors by Matthew Wilson

emilysculpts:

Expression Series - Toothless
Medium : Monster Clay (www.monstermakers.com)
Time Taken : 5-6 hours Each
About the Project
What an amazing project this has been!  Thank you all for the support over the past few weeks as I created each bust.  In case you missed it, I started out wanting to do a clay sketch series focused around the many faces of Toothless.  I produced a new bust every few days over the period of around a week and a half.  Expressions have never been my strongest point, so I wanted to tackle this head on.  And I learned SO much from it.  I feel like I have a better grasp on how faces deform and what makes a strong expression.  Plus, Toothless!
This project has been an incredible learning experience.  Sculpting a character’s face in a single position is one thing, but having to do variations like this is much more difficult.  You really have to understand how the face stretches and compresses and how the different muscles of the face affect one another.
After I completed the second bust in the series, I was contacted by Dane Stogner, the lead character animator for Toothless in HTTYD2.  He knows the ins and outs of the character, and offered to help me make each bust even stronger.  I can’t thank him enough for his invaluable advice.  Instead of struggling for hours trying to get a bust to look right, he pointed out the areas that needed tweaking.  Every time I made the changes he suggested, it brought each bust to life.  This was especially true of the “Angry” bust where I resculpted it completely (see WIP posts below)
About the Busts
I assure you, these aren’t made of chocolate.  They were sculpted from an oil/wax based clay, Monster Clay.  It will never cure and can be reused over and over.
These busts stand around 4 inches tall and were each created from scratch.  They were intended as studies or sketches so they still look a bit rough in areas.  I plan on going back later to add more scales, the nubs on the ears, and do another pass or two on the refining.
A limited number of cast sets will be available in the future.  I don’t plan on selling these casts individually or as blank paint-your-own.  I will release information on pricing and numbers once they are available.
Links to WIP Posts for Each Bust
Neutral - Happy - Annoyed - Angry - Angry (Resculpt) - Super Angry
Want to learn how to sculpt like I do?  My book Creature Sculpt will teach you everything you need to know! Check out all the information here!  I even discuss how to work with Monster Clay, the clay I used for this project.
Interested in a Commission?  To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.
emilysculpts:

Expression Series - Toothless
Medium : Monster Clay (www.monstermakers.com)
Time Taken : 5-6 hours Each
About the Project
What an amazing project this has been!  Thank you all for the support over the past few weeks as I created each bust.  In case you missed it, I started out wanting to do a clay sketch series focused around the many faces of Toothless.  I produced a new bust every few days over the period of around a week and a half.  Expressions have never been my strongest point, so I wanted to tackle this head on.  And I learned SO much from it.  I feel like I have a better grasp on how faces deform and what makes a strong expression.  Plus, Toothless!
This project has been an incredible learning experience.  Sculpting a character’s face in a single position is one thing, but having to do variations like this is much more difficult.  You really have to understand how the face stretches and compresses and how the different muscles of the face affect one another.
After I completed the second bust in the series, I was contacted by Dane Stogner, the lead character animator for Toothless in HTTYD2.  He knows the ins and outs of the character, and offered to help me make each bust even stronger.  I can’t thank him enough for his invaluable advice.  Instead of struggling for hours trying to get a bust to look right, he pointed out the areas that needed tweaking.  Every time I made the changes he suggested, it brought each bust to life.  This was especially true of the “Angry” bust where I resculpted it completely (see WIP posts below)
About the Busts
I assure you, these aren’t made of chocolate.  They were sculpted from an oil/wax based clay, Monster Clay.  It will never cure and can be reused over and over.
These busts stand around 4 inches tall and were each created from scratch.  They were intended as studies or sketches so they still look a bit rough in areas.  I plan on going back later to add more scales, the nubs on the ears, and do another pass or two on the refining.
A limited number of cast sets will be available in the future.  I don’t plan on selling these casts individually or as blank paint-your-own.  I will release information on pricing and numbers once they are available.
Links to WIP Posts for Each Bust
Neutral - Happy - Annoyed - Angry - Angry (Resculpt) - Super Angry
Want to learn how to sculpt like I do?  My book Creature Sculpt will teach you everything you need to know! Check out all the information here!  I even discuss how to work with Monster Clay, the clay I used for this project.
Interested in a Commission?  To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.
emilysculpts:

Expression Series - Toothless
Medium : Monster Clay (www.monstermakers.com)
Time Taken : 5-6 hours Each
About the Project
What an amazing project this has been!  Thank you all for the support over the past few weeks as I created each bust.  In case you missed it, I started out wanting to do a clay sketch series focused around the many faces of Toothless.  I produced a new bust every few days over the period of around a week and a half.  Expressions have never been my strongest point, so I wanted to tackle this head on.  And I learned SO much from it.  I feel like I have a better grasp on how faces deform and what makes a strong expression.  Plus, Toothless!
This project has been an incredible learning experience.  Sculpting a character’s face in a single position is one thing, but having to do variations like this is much more difficult.  You really have to understand how the face stretches and compresses and how the different muscles of the face affect one another.
After I completed the second bust in the series, I was contacted by Dane Stogner, the lead character animator for Toothless in HTTYD2.  He knows the ins and outs of the character, and offered to help me make each bust even stronger.  I can’t thank him enough for his invaluable advice.  Instead of struggling for hours trying to get a bust to look right, he pointed out the areas that needed tweaking.  Every time I made the changes he suggested, it brought each bust to life.  This was especially true of the “Angry” bust where I resculpted it completely (see WIP posts below)
About the Busts
I assure you, these aren’t made of chocolate.  They were sculpted from an oil/wax based clay, Monster Clay.  It will never cure and can be reused over and over.
These busts stand around 4 inches tall and were each created from scratch.  They were intended as studies or sketches so they still look a bit rough in areas.  I plan on going back later to add more scales, the nubs on the ears, and do another pass or two on the refining.
A limited number of cast sets will be available in the future.  I don’t plan on selling these casts individually or as blank paint-your-own.  I will release information on pricing and numbers once they are available.
Links to WIP Posts for Each Bust
Neutral - Happy - Annoyed - Angry - Angry (Resculpt) - Super Angry
Want to learn how to sculpt like I do?  My book Creature Sculpt will teach you everything you need to know! Check out all the information here!  I even discuss how to work with Monster Clay, the clay I used for this project.
Interested in a Commission?  To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.
emilysculpts:

Expression Series - Toothless
Medium : Monster Clay (www.monstermakers.com)
Time Taken : 5-6 hours Each
About the Project
What an amazing project this has been!  Thank you all for the support over the past few weeks as I created each bust.  In case you missed it, I started out wanting to do a clay sketch series focused around the many faces of Toothless.  I produced a new bust every few days over the period of around a week and a half.  Expressions have never been my strongest point, so I wanted to tackle this head on.  And I learned SO much from it.  I feel like I have a better grasp on how faces deform and what makes a strong expression.  Plus, Toothless!
This project has been an incredible learning experience.  Sculpting a character’s face in a single position is one thing, but having to do variations like this is much more difficult.  You really have to understand how the face stretches and compresses and how the different muscles of the face affect one another.
After I completed the second bust in the series, I was contacted by Dane Stogner, the lead character animator for Toothless in HTTYD2.  He knows the ins and outs of the character, and offered to help me make each bust even stronger.  I can’t thank him enough for his invaluable advice.  Instead of struggling for hours trying to get a bust to look right, he pointed out the areas that needed tweaking.  Every time I made the changes he suggested, it brought each bust to life.  This was especially true of the “Angry” bust where I resculpted it completely (see WIP posts below)
About the Busts
I assure you, these aren’t made of chocolate.  They were sculpted from an oil/wax based clay, Monster Clay.  It will never cure and can be reused over and over.
These busts stand around 4 inches tall and were each created from scratch.  They were intended as studies or sketches so they still look a bit rough in areas.  I plan on going back later to add more scales, the nubs on the ears, and do another pass or two on the refining.
A limited number of cast sets will be available in the future.  I don’t plan on selling these casts individually or as blank paint-your-own.  I will release information on pricing and numbers once they are available.
Links to WIP Posts for Each Bust
Neutral - Happy - Annoyed - Angry - Angry (Resculpt) - Super Angry
Want to learn how to sculpt like I do?  My book Creature Sculpt will teach you everything you need to know! Check out all the information here!  I even discuss how to work with Monster Clay, the clay I used for this project.
Interested in a Commission?  To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.
emilysculpts:

Expression Series - Toothless
Medium : Monster Clay (www.monstermakers.com)
Time Taken : 5-6 hours Each
About the Project
What an amazing project this has been!  Thank you all for the support over the past few weeks as I created each bust.  In case you missed it, I started out wanting to do a clay sketch series focused around the many faces of Toothless.  I produced a new bust every few days over the period of around a week and a half.  Expressions have never been my strongest point, so I wanted to tackle this head on.  And I learned SO much from it.  I feel like I have a better grasp on how faces deform and what makes a strong expression.  Plus, Toothless!
This project has been an incredible learning experience.  Sculpting a character’s face in a single position is one thing, but having to do variations like this is much more difficult.  You really have to understand how the face stretches and compresses and how the different muscles of the face affect one another.
After I completed the second bust in the series, I was contacted by Dane Stogner, the lead character animator for Toothless in HTTYD2.  He knows the ins and outs of the character, and offered to help me make each bust even stronger.  I can’t thank him enough for his invaluable advice.  Instead of struggling for hours trying to get a bust to look right, he pointed out the areas that needed tweaking.  Every time I made the changes he suggested, it brought each bust to life.  This was especially true of the “Angry” bust where I resculpted it completely (see WIP posts below)
About the Busts
I assure you, these aren’t made of chocolate.  They were sculpted from an oil/wax based clay, Monster Clay.  It will never cure and can be reused over and over.
These busts stand around 4 inches tall and were each created from scratch.  They were intended as studies or sketches so they still look a bit rough in areas.  I plan on going back later to add more scales, the nubs on the ears, and do another pass or two on the refining.
A limited number of cast sets will be available in the future.  I don’t plan on selling these casts individually or as blank paint-your-own.  I will release information on pricing and numbers once they are available.
Links to WIP Posts for Each Bust
Neutral - Happy - Annoyed - Angry - Angry (Resculpt) - Super Angry
Want to learn how to sculpt like I do?  My book Creature Sculpt will teach you everything you need to know! Check out all the information here!  I even discuss how to work with Monster Clay, the clay I used for this project.
Interested in a Commission?  To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.
emilysculpts:

Expression Series - Toothless
Medium : Monster Clay (www.monstermakers.com)
Time Taken : 5-6 hours Each
About the Project
What an amazing project this has been!  Thank you all for the support over the past few weeks as I created each bust.  In case you missed it, I started out wanting to do a clay sketch series focused around the many faces of Toothless.  I produced a new bust every few days over the period of around a week and a half.  Expressions have never been my strongest point, so I wanted to tackle this head on.  And I learned SO much from it.  I feel like I have a better grasp on how faces deform and what makes a strong expression.  Plus, Toothless!
This project has been an incredible learning experience.  Sculpting a character’s face in a single position is one thing, but having to do variations like this is much more difficult.  You really have to understand how the face stretches and compresses and how the different muscles of the face affect one another.
After I completed the second bust in the series, I was contacted by Dane Stogner, the lead character animator for Toothless in HTTYD2.  He knows the ins and outs of the character, and offered to help me make each bust even stronger.  I can’t thank him enough for his invaluable advice.  Instead of struggling for hours trying to get a bust to look right, he pointed out the areas that needed tweaking.  Every time I made the changes he suggested, it brought each bust to life.  This was especially true of the “Angry” bust where I resculpted it completely (see WIP posts below)
About the Busts
I assure you, these aren’t made of chocolate.  They were sculpted from an oil/wax based clay, Monster Clay.  It will never cure and can be reused over and over.
These busts stand around 4 inches tall and were each created from scratch.  They were intended as studies or sketches so they still look a bit rough in areas.  I plan on going back later to add more scales, the nubs on the ears, and do another pass or two on the refining.
A limited number of cast sets will be available in the future.  I don’t plan on selling these casts individually or as blank paint-your-own.  I will release information on pricing and numbers once they are available.
Links to WIP Posts for Each Bust
Neutral - Happy - Annoyed - Angry - Angry (Resculpt) - Super Angry
Want to learn how to sculpt like I do?  My book Creature Sculpt will teach you everything you need to know! Check out all the information here!  I even discuss how to work with Monster Clay, the clay I used for this project.
Interested in a Commission?  To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.
emilysculpts:

Expression Series - Toothless
Medium : Monster Clay (www.monstermakers.com)
Time Taken : 5-6 hours Each
About the Project
What an amazing project this has been!  Thank you all for the support over the past few weeks as I created each bust.  In case you missed it, I started out wanting to do a clay sketch series focused around the many faces of Toothless.  I produced a new bust every few days over the period of around a week and a half.  Expressions have never been my strongest point, so I wanted to tackle this head on.  And I learned SO much from it.  I feel like I have a better grasp on how faces deform and what makes a strong expression.  Plus, Toothless!
This project has been an incredible learning experience.  Sculpting a character’s face in a single position is one thing, but having to do variations like this is much more difficult.  You really have to understand how the face stretches and compresses and how the different muscles of the face affect one another.
After I completed the second bust in the series, I was contacted by Dane Stogner, the lead character animator for Toothless in HTTYD2.  He knows the ins and outs of the character, and offered to help me make each bust even stronger.  I can’t thank him enough for his invaluable advice.  Instead of struggling for hours trying to get a bust to look right, he pointed out the areas that needed tweaking.  Every time I made the changes he suggested, it brought each bust to life.  This was especially true of the “Angry” bust where I resculpted it completely (see WIP posts below)
About the Busts
I assure you, these aren’t made of chocolate.  They were sculpted from an oil/wax based clay, Monster Clay.  It will never cure and can be reused over and over.
These busts stand around 4 inches tall and were each created from scratch.  They were intended as studies or sketches so they still look a bit rough in areas.  I plan on going back later to add more scales, the nubs on the ears, and do another pass or two on the refining.
A limited number of cast sets will be available in the future.  I don’t plan on selling these casts individually or as blank paint-your-own.  I will release information on pricing and numbers once they are available.
Links to WIP Posts for Each Bust
Neutral - Happy - Annoyed - Angry - Angry (Resculpt) - Super Angry
Want to learn how to sculpt like I do?  My book Creature Sculpt will teach you everything you need to know! Check out all the information here!  I even discuss how to work with Monster Clay, the clay I used for this project.
Interested in a Commission?  To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.

emilysculpts:

Expression Series - Toothless

Medium : Monster Clay (www.monstermakers.com)

Time Taken : 5-6 hours Each

About the Project

What an amazing project this has been!  Thank you all for the support over the past few weeks as I created each bust.  In case you missed it, I started out wanting to do a clay sketch series focused around the many faces of Toothless.  I produced a new bust every few days over the period of around a week and a half.  Expressions have never been my strongest point, so I wanted to tackle this head on.  And I learned SO much from it.  I feel like I have a better grasp on how faces deform and what makes a strong expression.  Plus, Toothless!

This project has been an incredible learning experience.  Sculpting a character’s face in a single position is one thing, but having to do variations like this is much more difficult.  You really have to understand how the face stretches and compresses and how the different muscles of the face affect one another.

After I completed the second bust in the series, I was contacted by Dane Stogner, the lead character animator for Toothless in HTTYD2.  He knows the ins and outs of the character, and offered to help me make each bust even stronger.  I can’t thank him enough for his invaluable advice.  Instead of struggling for hours trying to get a bust to look right, he pointed out the areas that needed tweaking.  Every time I made the changes he suggested, it brought each bust to life.  This was especially true of the “Angry” bust where I resculpted it completely (see WIP posts below)

About the Busts

I assure you, these aren’t made of chocolate.  They were sculpted from an oil/wax based clay, Monster Clay.  It will never cure and can be reused over and over.

These busts stand around 4 inches tall and were each created from scratch.  They were intended as studies or sketches so they still look a bit rough in areas.  I plan on going back later to add more scales, the nubs on the ears, and do another pass or two on the refining.

A limited number of cast sets will be available in the future.  I don’t plan on selling these casts individually or as blank paint-your-own.  I will release information on pricing and numbers once they are available.

Links to WIP Posts for Each Bust

Neutral - Happy - Annoyed - Angry - Angry (Resculpt) - Super Angry

Want to learn how to sculpt like I do?  My book Creature Sculpt will teach you everything you need to know! Check out all the information here!  I even discuss how to work with Monster Clay, the clay I used for this project.

Interested in a Commission?  To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.

(via art-and-sterf)

1000drawings:

Marcos Chin
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Harry Flind 
"Prism"


"My interpretation of Baphomet, incarnation of duality.Modelling did by my firend Monika Lejman, thank you for your patience. Check out her work: www.facebook.com/MonaLeymann?f…Background inspirated by Bibire work: bibire.deviantart.com/

rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:

Harry Flind 

"Prism"

"My interpretation of Baphomet, incarnation of duality.
Modelling did by my firend Monika Lejman, thank you for your patience. Check out her work: www.facebook.com/MonaLeymann?f…
Background inspirated by Bibire work: bibire.deviantart.com/

yatchumk2:

(via 【二次】久しぶりに武器持った女の子の画像くれ その1 - 二次萌エロ画像ブログ)
itscolossal:

A Brain-Like Building Turned into a Twisting Video Mapping Light Show
itscolossal:

A Brain-Like Building Turned into a Twisting Video Mapping Light Show
itscolossal:

A Brain-Like Building Turned into a Twisting Video Mapping Light Show
itscolossal:

A Brain-Like Building Turned into a Twisting Video Mapping Light Show
itscolossal:

A Brain-Like Building Turned into a Twisting Video Mapping Light Show
itscolossal:

A Brain-Like Building Turned into a Twisting Video Mapping Light Show
digg:

Up close and personal with a Portuguese man-of-war
digg:

Up close and personal with a Portuguese man-of-war
digg:

Up close and personal with a Portuguese man-of-war
digg:

Up close and personal with a Portuguese man-of-war
rfmmsd:

Artist:
Christine Wu
"The Mountain Does Not Bow"
2014
rfmmsd:

Artist:
Christine Wu
"The Mountain Does Not Bow"
2014
rfmmsd:

Artist:
Christine Wu
"The Mountain Does Not Bow"
2014

rfmmsd:

Artist:

Christine Wu

"The Mountain Does Not Bow"

2014

monarobot:

All 5 main dragons of HTTYD in Maya style!I’ll definitely be doing more of these in the future, they were a lot of fun.
Prints / Patreon / Twitter
monarobot:

All 5 main dragons of HTTYD in Maya style!I’ll definitely be doing more of these in the future, they were a lot of fun.
Prints / Patreon / Twitter
monarobot:

All 5 main dragons of HTTYD in Maya style!I’ll definitely be doing more of these in the future, they were a lot of fun.
Prints / Patreon / Twitter
monarobot:

All 5 main dragons of HTTYD in Maya style!I’ll definitely be doing more of these in the future, they were a lot of fun.
Prints / Patreon / Twitter
monarobot:

All 5 main dragons of HTTYD in Maya style!I’ll definitely be doing more of these in the future, they were a lot of fun.
Prints / Patreon / Twitter

monarobot:


All 5 main dragons of HTTYD in Maya style!
I’ll definitely be doing more of these in the future, they were a lot of fun.

Prints / Patreon / Twitter

(via kitsune2022)

showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/
showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/
showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/
showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/
showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/
showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/
showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/
showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/
showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/

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Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/

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Illustrator & Artist:
Antonio Caparo
"Companion Devices"
2012
"Those Who Came First"
"Telepathist"
2012
"Sublimation"
2013
"Certified Organic Astronaut" 
2012


 The  "Astronaut Series"
"An attempt to create portraits of futuristic astronauts but adding a lot of bio-engineered stuff to their suits so they are no longer metal and rubber things but something entirely different, suits were things grow on top of them, synthetics more linked to nature and at the same time more alien."
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Illustrator & Artist:
Antonio Caparo
"Companion Devices"
2012
"Those Who Came First"
"Telepathist"
2012
"Sublimation"
2013
"Certified Organic Astronaut" 
2012


 The  "Astronaut Series"
"An attempt to create portraits of futuristic astronauts but adding a lot of bio-engineered stuff to their suits so they are no longer metal and rubber things but something entirely different, suits were things grow on top of them, synthetics more linked to nature and at the same time more alien."
rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist:
Antonio Caparo
"Companion Devices"
2012
"Those Who Came First"
"Telepathist"
2012
"Sublimation"
2013
"Certified Organic Astronaut" 
2012


 The  "Astronaut Series"
"An attempt to create portraits of futuristic astronauts but adding a lot of bio-engineered stuff to their suits so they are no longer metal and rubber things but something entirely different, suits were things grow on top of them, synthetics more linked to nature and at the same time more alien."
rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist:
Antonio Caparo
"Companion Devices"
2012
"Those Who Came First"
"Telepathist"
2012
"Sublimation"
2013
"Certified Organic Astronaut" 
2012


 The  "Astronaut Series"
"An attempt to create portraits of futuristic astronauts but adding a lot of bio-engineered stuff to their suits so they are no longer metal and rubber things but something entirely different, suits were things grow on top of them, synthetics more linked to nature and at the same time more alien."
rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist:
Antonio Caparo
"Companion Devices"
2012
"Those Who Came First"
"Telepathist"
2012
"Sublimation"
2013
"Certified Organic Astronaut" 
2012


 The  "Astronaut Series"
"An attempt to create portraits of futuristic astronauts but adding a lot of bio-engineered stuff to their suits so they are no longer metal and rubber things but something entirely different, suits were things grow on top of them, synthetics more linked to nature and at the same time more alien."

rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist:

Antonio Caparo

"Companion Devices"

2012

"Those Who Came First"

"Telepathist"

2012

"Sublimation"

2013

"Certified Organic Astronaut"

2012

 The  "Astronaut Series"

"An attempt to create portraits of futuristic astronauts but adding a lot of bio-engineered stuff to their suits so they are no longer metal and rubber things but something entirely different, suits were things grow on top of them, synthetics more linked to nature and at the same time more alien."