DIY how to make paper wreath. This is an easy to do project for anyone who has some extra papers left over at a party.

Looks similar to the Christmas wreaths in Cairns Library 2014 DIY paper wreath tutorial. This dahlia paper wreath is ready for spring and would be super cute over your mantel or on the front door.

Yasutomo Ebisu. I am so in love with this!!

Enchanting Japanese poster art strikes a perfect balance...

the-king-of-coney-island: “shoulderblades: “ be noisy, yasutomo ebisu for laforet, detail make-up by katsuya kamo ” ” 💕💋❤️💋💞 shoulderblades the-king-of-coney-island

Nervous System is a design studio that works at the intersection of science, art, and technology. We create using a novel process that employs computer simulation to generate designs and digital fabrication to realize products. Drawing inspiration from natural phenomena, we write computer programs mimicking processes and patterns found in nature and use those programs to create unique and affordable art, jewelry, and housewares.

The Hyphae lamp is a series of organic table lamps based on how veins form in leaves. Each lamp is a completely one-of-a-kind design in nylon plastic. The lamps are lit by eco-friendly LED' (Diy Photo Lighting)

DIY Embroidered Gold Leaf. Tutorial from The idea Room to make “leaf skeletons”, or you can buy them at your crafts store. Photo found at Susan Elliott’s Plays with Needles.

Plays With Needles: Gold Leaf An embroidered skeleton leaf by Susan Elliott of Plays with Needles

Lisa Kokin

'Fauxliage: No Birds Sing' by Lisa Kokin - Thread, wire, page fragments from the book 'Silent Spring' by Rachel Carson 70 x 24 x 8 in. Courtesy of the artist and Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA.

Spiracle, by Marco Mazzoni Colored pencils on paper. 48cm x 33cm. 201

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni. A large part of my tattoo has been taken from a part of this drawing.


The Digital Glamour of Marcelo Monreal

Marcelo Monreal’s Surreal Collages Replace Our Insides With Beautiful Blooms

DIY Leaf print for cards: Place a fresh leaf in between a sheet of paper and a paper towel. Tap it with a hammer and it leaves the outline of the leaf.