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Mafune Gonjo ~Beauty has a Thorn (2010) Sculpture Sheer glass, metal, hanger, gauze “Her artistic process is characterized by minute repetitions that require persistence and patience. For Gonjo, repetition is a meditative act that gives her a sense of security, safety and control.” National Museum, Stockholm

Inhale. Helen Pynor. 2006. Knitted human hair. 76 x 128 x 25 cm. Image courtesy the artist, GV Art, London, and Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney. Photo Danny Kildare.

Ethereal Papier-Mâché Lamp Sculptures of Dancers and FairiesThe...

Frédéric Guibrunet and Sophie Mouton-Perrat’s Mademoiselle lamps are elegant staples in their all-white papier-mâché lighting collection. From: Meet More Than 60 Up-and-Coming Artisans | Architectural Digest

'Dress 5' (2001) by American artist Justen Ladda. Stainless steel wire frame, 51 x 24 x 20 in. via the artist's site

Textile Art - fibre & fabric dress sculptures made from wool, silk & linen - exploring the idea that we are inextricably a part of the natural world // "mnemosyne series" by Moira Bateman

Adrienne Jalbert ~ "Gisèle" life-size dress sculpture with rare 1920's Murano glass buttons and various sizes of blue and mauve crystals attached with fine gilded wire. via

Molly Gambardella is an illustrator, screen printer and designer from the United States who looks to push boundaries and create new environments with her artwork. To express herself, she uses various techniques from simple illustrations to giant sculptures. Recently she has posted her new pencil sculpture called “Color blind” that took Instagram by surprise, gaining over 250,000 likes in 24 hours.