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Animal Sculptures Disintegrating Into Thin Air

Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba creates sculptures that look as if they are disintegrating into the ether. In one example, we encounter a grazing deer. It’s lowered head and firmly planted front feet are perfectly represented, but moving further back on ...
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Metallic Stitching: Artist Embroiders Metal Objects

This ain’t your grandma’s embroidery. Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė decorates metal objects like buckets, lampshades, spoons and car doors, with floral and decorative patterns found in embroidery magazines. While the imagery is mostly traditional, the location is far from ordinary ...
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Peter McFarlane: Reduce, Reuse and Make Metal Art

Peter McFarlane lives in an artistic world of possibilities, one which challenges him to remix the objects of life and create captivating, re-contextualized forms. After his first job working on a factory assembly line taught him a deep suspicion of ...
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Artistic Manhole Covers From Around the World

Even though they’re right under our car tires and sometimes our feet, it’s not very often that we notice the manhole covers that dot our city streets. These prolific round disks of metal hide the subterranean infrastructure of the world, ...