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svalts:

Steampunk NES

Created by Andrew5785

Redditor Andrew took a rare Top Loader NES console and added a fine veneer of Steampunk… the only thing it’s missing is a towering tophat, multi-lensed goggles, and a wondrous, flying airship.

(Via:it8bit)

devidsketchbook:

ADVENTUREE’S DIARY + WRITTEN PORTRAITS

Company Souverein 

The Adventurer’s Diary was a comission project made for the magazine 3D Artist (www.3dartistonline.com). It was the final result of a tutorial about its creation we were asked to write.

The “Written Portraits” series were created by completely in 3D for the Dutch Book Week. Concept by Markus Ravenhorst and Maarten Reynen, CGI and postproduction by Souverein Weesp.

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minusmanhattan:

Acceptable Losses by Thomas Doyle.

For more of his work click here.

brain-food:

Lisa Nilsson

These pieces are made of Japanese mulberry paper and the gilded edges of old books. They are constructed by a technique of rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper called quilling or paper filigree. Quilling was first practiced by Renaissance nuns and monks who made artistic use of the gilded edges of worn out bibles, and later by 18th century ladies who made artistic use of lots of free time. I find quilling exquisitely satisfying for rendering the densely squished and lovely internal landscape of the human body in cross section. 

vintageanchor:

Artist Carves Vintage Books Into Astoundingly Intricate 3D Sculpture…

“With the increasing popularity of electronic readers and e-books, the future use of hard-bound books also comes under question. While designers have responded with the likes of lighting, accessories and even fashion made entirely out of old books, French Canadian artist Guy Laramée tackles it from a decidedly philosophical — and creative — perspective, carving intricate, three-dimensional landscapes that look amazingly real up close. Based out of Montréal, Laramée is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, director, composer and anthropologist. Biblio and The Great Wall are his series of sculpted vintage books, which range from ridged landscapes and Zen gardens to actual archaeological landmarks like the Temple of Petra…”

Read more here.

minusmanhattan:

Paper Architecture by Ingrid Siliakus.


truebluemeandyou:

DIY Spiky Crystal Ring Inspired by Pamela Love FW11. Rarely do I get this excited over a tutorial, but this one has links to super cheap crystals (3/$2.25 + shipping) and the rest of the supplies you can get anywhere. It’s also so much easier than it looks. Photgraphs: Top Photo: DIY, Bottom LEFT photo: Pamela Love Crystal Slice Ring - Sterling Silver $510 here, Bottom RIGHT: Pamela Love Thin Crystal Block Cuff $485 here. Tutorial by Transient Expression here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Spiky Crystal Ring Inspired by Pamela Love FW11. Rarely do I get this excited over a tutorial, but this one has links to super cheap crystals (3/$2.25 + shipping) and the rest of the supplies you can get anywhere. It’s also so much easier than it looks. Photgraphs: Top Photo: DIY, Bottom LEFT photo: Pamela Love Crystal Slice Ring - Sterling Silver $510 here, Bottom RIGHT: Pamela Love Thin Crystal Block Cuff $485 hereTutorial by Transient Expression here.


truebluemeandyou:

DIY Tea Lights on Bent Spoons Wall Art. Hardest thing: bending the spoons. Tutorial at Spruce Your Nest here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Tea Lights on Bent Spoons Wall Art. Hardest thing: bending the spoons. Tutorial at Spruce Your Nest here.

craftjunkie:

Book Wall Art {how to}

Use your favorite books as wall art!

Found at: papernstitchblog

thepenguinpress:

Amazingly intricate book art by Brian Dettmer. More at his website.