Tokujin Yoshioka, Japanese artist grows a chandelier out of Swarovski crystals in a mineral aquarium bath. Learn more at link.

Milan Furniture Fair 2010: Japanese Designer Grows Chandelier Out Of Crystal

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Elena Damiani, 'Fading Field No. 1' (2012)

Elena Damiani (Perú, Fading Field impresión digital sobre seda, 187 x 143 cm.

tokujin yoshioka crystalizes swan lake and rose designboom

Tokujin Yoshioka: installation views of ‘swan lake’, Capturing the tonal vibrations of Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s ‘Swan lake’, Yoshioka’s painting materializes from the repeated pulsation after a nearly half-year long growth process of crystal formations.

what type of wine do you want? i got chardonnay and chateau margaux. ⚂ // mrsandmrstyles †

Fire in a box. Tanapol Kaewpring, an interesting concept! Makes me think of how we as humans tend to put god or spiritual things in a box instead of letting him set us free.

aestheticbullshit:  The surface of black water Tomomichi Morifuji © 2013 arha

aestheticbullshit: The surface of black water Tomomichi Morifuji © 2013 arha. V: add Lines to such background. The style!

Tokujin Yoshioka."Rainbow Church" The installation consists of a 9-metre window made of 500 crystal prisms, which create rainbows within the space as the light is refracted.The Artist Use passing light to create focussed beam. envision seeing this from the ground level so you are experiencing the light and only seeing a little bit of the geometric shape.

beams of light- [lighting design]- - Tokujin Yoshioka."Rainbow Church" The installation consists of a window made of 500 crystal prisms, which create rainbows within the space as the light is refracted.

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Sebastian Mayer / AEIOU / Tremors were Forever: Remember Le Corbusier, Workshop / Exhibition, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2007 Megumi Matsubara with assistant

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