Monthly Archives: January 2012

Annette Messager

She’s an artist that Garth recommended, but also someone whose art I enjoy looking at. I really enjoy how she uses photos in installation pieces without making it looked forced. Here is some of her work. Advertisements

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Beaded Skulls

I ran across these on the internet some time ago and recently remembered them. They are definitely a source of inspiration for my project, although Catherine Martin has taken a more intricate way of working than I plan on using.

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Fenner Paper Inspiration

Justin’s Amazing World At Fenner Paper is a blog I keep coming back to. He’s the marketing director at a UK company, Fenner Paper, and posts projects people have done with their papers. This a mainly a book arts / … Continue reading

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Lauren Dicioccio

Lauren Dicioccio remakes things utilizing sewing techniques. It’s interesting to see how fiber art is done to contextualize itself into the “art world.”

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James Mollison

I love the ‘Where Children Sleep’ series James Mollison did…awesome work. http://www.jamesmollison.com/wherechildrensleep.php

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Creativity & School

Most likely, you’ve seen this… but it’s always one of my favorites.

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Rubik’s Art

Pretty cool Rubik’s Cube Art

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