Didgeridoo Tribal Decorations and Stories - Patterns used for Walking Sticks. Add your own stories on your hiking companion.

In Australia, to avoid exploitation, only Aboriginals are entitled to do dot paintings. To the right are examples of native digeridoos decorated with dot painted designs. To the far right is an 8 foot digeridoo I made from the stalk of a century plant!

Psychedelic

Maroc : un "tapis magique" de l'artiste Miguel Chevalier dans l'ancienne église du Sacré-Cœur à Casablanca (VIDÉO)

Magic Carpet - Projected light create patterns that cover floor of Sacre Coeur, Morocco, Miguel Chevalier, Light artist, cool installation

Artiste créé toile sellerie tissu fibre Art abstrait en marbre rouge bleu coussin

Items similar to Artist Created Canvas Upholstery Fabric Fiber Art Abstract Marble Red Blue Pillow Bag on Etsy

Pochoir angle baroque

Pochoir angle baroque

Rise Hall stencils from The Stencil Library. Buy from our range of Rise Hall stencils online. Page 1 of our Rise Hall stencil catalogue.

The white tooling in the fins are incredible! The transparent effect works great along the darker background! I would like to see the orange fade into the fins slower, and a little bit more of an attractive face on the fish. Overall, the transparency and tooling is super unique in this vector.

Art print, orange goldfish, with flowing white lace fins on blue stained birch wood

Art print, orange goldfish, with flowing white lace fins on blue stained birch wood re-linked to the page of Breanna Reagan Art on Etsy.such a beautiful fish:):)

Moderne totempalen

Sally Russell:Totems 2012 ceramic These multi-colored- totems are inspired by indigenous forms and add a bright pop of color to an interior or landscape. They are hand-crafted of high-fire ceramic with glaze and each piece is unique.

"SENBAZURU JAPAN" by Jessica Moon. "Project Senbazuru is an artistic response to the disaster situation in Japan. Inspired by Japanese senbazuru exchanging, the Project Senbazuru illustration aims to promote hope and prosperity in the midst of such devastation. 100% of the profits made will go directly to the disaster relief effort."

Project Senbazuru is an artistic response to the disaster situation in Japan. Inspired by Japanese senbazuru exchanging, the Project Senbazuru illustration aims to promote hope and prosperity in the midst of such devastation.

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made with vintage KIMONIO (silk) by Junko Maeda - Junko Maeda, I think, is Japanese, but has studied the Korean textile tradition of pojagi, and applies it to her work.

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