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Fire Tire By Gal Weinstein - They are made out of wool, wax and styrofoam.

for his installation 'fire tire' israeli artist gal weinstein used wax, wool, polyester wool, styrofoam and graphite to replicate burning tires emitting smoke.

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Cars Consumed by Grass

Fire Tires’ was an exhibition in Kunsthaus Baselland by Israel-based artist Gal Weinsteinthat. It is consisted of moulded wax tires and smoke made out of polystyrene foam, pillow filler and graphite dust.

Bruno Walpoth Sculptor

Stunningly Life-Like Wooden Figure Sculptures by Bruno Walpoth

Italian artist Bruno Walpoth creates unbelievably lifelike sculptures of people with wood. The rings and knots in each piece of wood that the sculptor work

Now this is true creative art, not the stuff that looks like you sneezed in a canvas (miniature calendar)

Now this is true creative art, not the stuff that looks like you sneezed in a canvas (miniature calendar)

WISH I MADE two elements as one, clever art Tiny figurines interacting with everyday objects in interesting ways (By Miniature Calendar)

Delicate Paper Sculptures Suspended in Mid Air by Peter Gentenaar

Delicate Paper Sculptures Suspended in Mid-Air by Peter Gentenaar

artful stillness with such beautiful movement. Peter Gentenaar’s ethereal paper sculptures, hung inside the Abbey church of Saint-Riquier in France.

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for his installation 'fire tire' israeli artist gal weinstein used wax, wool, polyester wool, styrofoam and graphite to replicate burning tires emitting smoke.

loveisspeed.......: Ethereal Paper Sculptures Float Inside a Church... Peter Gentenaar artworks..

I would love to go to France to see this! "Peter Gentenaar isn't any ordinary paper artist. He creates extraordinarily beautiful paper sculptures that have an ethereal quality to them." Can you believe that's PAPER?

Patrick Daughtery

Collecting discarded sticks & saplings from farm fields to weave into play structures.

Lee Boroson, "Lucky Storm 2", 2004-2005. Nylon, blower, stainless steel, monofilament, hardware, gold, air.

The eighth installment of the Opener series featured seven large-scale works by Brooklyn-based artist Lee Boroson. Since Boroson has been known for his room-filling, inflated sculptures made .

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