Measuring the Universe | Amazing.

measuring the universe.Starting as an empty white room, Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe at Tate St Ives has grown through the contribution of around participants to a constellation of black marks.

Nina Morgan  I was born in Swansea,South Wales UK  I studied Fine Art/Textiles at Central Saint Martins College, London & The West Wales School of Art where I achieved a First Class Hons Degree. My work often includes a wide variety of materials,Textures & layers. My Sketchbook was based on nostalgia & memories that are deeply personal & poignant.It`s a visual diary please enjoy

Nina Morgan I was born in Swansea,South Wales UK I studied Fine Art/Textiles at Central Saint Martins College, London & The West Wales School of Art where I achieved a First Class Hons Degree. My work often includes a wide variety of materials,Textures

layered memories

This is an art installation, but a trip to the thrift store for frames, a ball of twine, and some pages pulled from an art book and you've DIY 'd this!Why not use family pictures for an unusual photo display

New York conceptual artist Nobutaka Aozaki is exploring the act of asking for directions in his ongoing art piece, Here to There, by gathering a collection of impromptu hand-drawn maps he obtains from complete strangers.

New York conceptual artist Nobutaka Aozaki is exploring the act of asking for directions in his ongoing art piece, Here to There. He aims to build a map of Manhattan using only handwritten directions from strangers.

Paths through New York City

Educational infographic & Data Paths through New York City ‘Flow map’ of travel in New York City d. Image Description Paths through New York

encaustic

Winthrop is a blank handbound journal with mixed media covers. The artist is Bridgette Guerzon Mills.

The Yu Ji Tu (map of the tracks of yu) , drawn in 1137 by an unknown wanderer represents the geography of the Chinese river at the time.It is the first Chinese map to use a grid with each of its 5,000 squares representing one Chinese li (approximately 50 kilometres) giving a scale of around 1:4,500,00. It was found carved into a metre high stone showing the chinese coastline.

The Chinese Yu Ji Tu (Map of the Tracks of Yu the Great), a map carved into stone in the year 1137 during the Song Dynasty, located in the Stele Forest of modern-day Xian, China.

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