Yardhouse / Assemble facade : clad in decorative concrete tiles handmade on site

Yardhouse / Assemble

Yardhouse designed by ASSEMBLE, is an affordable creative workspace building based in Sugarhouse Yard, Olympic Park, London. I love the colours and texture of it's front facade, made from concrete tiles handmade on site.

Japanese imported 55% linen/ 45% cotton Echino fabric designed by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka Fabrics.

Landscape in purple - last one left

Japanese imported linen/ cotton Echino fabric designed by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka Fabrics.

Portland – based photographer Jim Golden started a series of still life photographs featuring colossal collections of everyday objects. The series is a massive visual delight making each viewer notice the minute details of every object in the photographs.

Still Life Photography by Jim Golden

Portland – based photographer Jim Golden started a series of still life photographs featuring colossal collections of everyday objects. The series is a massive visual delight making each viewer notice the minute details of every object in the photograph

Damien Blottière photography.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

-Nice collage effect that could be used as a post animation Damien Blottière photography.

Kinetic Art pinned from BB

Collage Meets Pattern - Madame Gilles

These amazing collaged masterpieces are the creative work of Montreal based artist Madame Gilles. Her cut and paste work has been popping up around the str

Oil Painting  Kate Brinkworth

By: Kate Brinkworth I like how the artist used different colors for the same object to give it more life.

"Teal The Cows Come Home." By Suzanne Vigil, part of her December 2012 Solo Exhibit at The Art League Gallery, "Up Close & Too Personal." Colored pencil on acetate.

“OPI Polish-Teal the Cows Come Home,” by Suzanne Vigil (Colored Pencil Society of America/Gallery Underground)

Choke, 1964.  Robert Rauschenberg.  (Detail.)

Mix media and use of translucency is effective, collectively creating a powerful image.

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