Collection by Fernando Melo Pardo

Fernando Melo Pardo
Broken and Melted Ceramics, another use for the broken pieces you find In charity/vintage stores - Livia Marin Art Sculpture, Sculptures, Collage Kunst, Deco Design, Ceramic Pottery, Amazing Art, Contemporary Art, Contemporary Ceramics, Cool Art


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Ceramics can be used in a variety of ways to create anything! And that's the great thing about ceramics! The illustrative sculptural ceramics of Katharine Morling. Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Art Sculpture, Ceramic Sculptures, Art Plastique, Installation Art, Amazing Art, Cool Art, Art Projects

Illustrative Ceramics by Katharine Morling. | If It's Hip, It's Here

The illustrative sculptural ceramics of Katharine Morling.

frederik kurzweg design studio, arch table, eternit fiber concrete, prototype Concrete Furniture, Bench Furniture, Furniture Design, Module Design, 3d Modelle, Interior Architecture, Architecture Diagrams, Concrete Design, Architectural Presentation


Frederik Kurzweg Design Studio for furniture and lighting design, Lübeck Germany

dog scuptures Helen Thompson 4 wire,natural linens and vintage textiles By helen thompson Dog Sculpture, Animal Sculptures, Helen Thompson, Creation Art, Art Plastique, Fabric Art, Linen Fabric, Dog Art, Textile Art


Handmade Linen Dogs – By Helen Thompson aka Holy Smoke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sources: (holy-smoke) (dog-milk.com)

  Concrete Furniture, Furniture Design, Crate Desk, Interior Concept, Design Studio, Wood Turning, Interior Design Living Room, Lighting Design, Home Furnishings


Frederik Kurzweg Design Studio for furniture and lighting design, Lübeck Germany

smashed can sculptures that mimic traditional ming dynasty porcelain by lei xue is part of Sculpture art - Smashed Can Sculptures That Mimic Traditional Ming Dynasty Porcelain by Lei Xue artInspiration Design Sculptures Céramiques, Sculpture Art, Ceramic Sculptures, Abstract Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Slab Pottery, Ceramic Bowls

Smashed Cans Sculpted in the Traditional Style of Ming Dynasty Porcelain

drinking tea lei xue can sculptures ming dynasty chinese porcelain porcelain cans

Architecture for the Look - Enric Mestre Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Zaha Hadid Architects, Cool Art, Nice Art, Decoration, Geometric Shapes, Geometry, Sculpting

Architecture for the Look - Enric Mestre

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I love you with all my heart neon Text works by artist Lee Jung Quote Girl, With All My Heart, My Love, Lee Jung, Korean Artist, Neon Lighting, Love Words, Les Oeuvres, Love Quotes

Interview: Jung Lee

Graduating with an MFA from the esteemed Royal College of Art in London, South Korean artist Jung Lee not only studied the theory and practice of photography, but also the art of a foreign language…

Keith Lemley Arboreal, 2015 Chestnut Oak and Neon Glitch, Neon Lighting, Lighting Design, Chestnut Oak, Little Designs, Day For Night, Wood Sculpture, Light Art, Art Google

Keith Lemley: Arboreal

Neon and wood aren’t the most likely of combinations, but Keith Lemley welds the two very different mediums into conversation in his latest show, “Arboreal.” For his first solo ex…

This is an example of Kintsugi. Kintsugi is the art of using precious metals to repair something into a much greater version than it was previously. Kintsugi, Wabi Sabi, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Japanese Design, Japanese Art, Japanese Bowls, Ikebana, Ceramic Pottery

Kintsugi 金継ぎ

Cuando los japoneses reparan objetos rotos, enaltecen la zona dañada rellenando las grietas con oro. Creen que...

Sunny Side German photographer and miniaturist, Frank Kunert creates small worlds that slide into a realm of the surreal. Architecture Graphics, Architecture Design, Unusual Homes, Small Buildings, High Art, Small World, Photomontage, How Are You Feeling, Around The Worlds

Frank Kunert

Crazy photographs by German artist Frank Kunert. Frank creates his own surreal models of houses, roads, tunnels… He then takes photographs of his models creating a real life looking piece of weird architecture. Some, if not most, of his pieces … Continue reading →