Blog Posts - Sculptor



PART 2: Who Needs Carrots When You Have A Fujifilm X-Pro 1?

This is a continued post from Part 1 - Who Needs Carrots When You Have A Fujifilm X-Pro 1? “You don’t need carrots to see in the dark – you simply need a Fujifilm X-Pro 1. Hopefully the photos and story show just how this camera performs i...
by Leigh Diprose on Aug 6, 2012

The Renaissance man from Vinci

Who's in your ideal circle of friends? My list is long, and most are long gone. Near the top is a man who was born in this house in Vinci.The Renaissance man from Vinci is a post from Sophie's World...
by Sophie's World on Aug 2, 2012

TED Talk Thursday – Reuben Margolin: Sculpting waves in wood and time

TED Talk Thursday – Reuben Margolin: Sculpting waves in wood and time is a post from: Living the Heart's Desire: Art, Video, & Healing for Spiritual Awakening...

5 HOT Makeup Looks from the 2012 Billboard Music Awards Plus Products You Can Use to Get Them

Did you watch the 2012 Billboard Music Awards last night? *crickets* Haha—I tuned in though I did get in late (um, NinthRead the Rest...
by The Style and Beauty Doctor on May 21, 2012

My Interview with NBC Fashion Star Winner Kara Laricks and Macy’s Buyer Caprice Willard (Video)

You guys watched NBC’s “Fashion Star”, right? The genius reality competition show that combined television with fashion, social media, and shopping. EachRead the Rest...
by The Style and Beauty Doctor on May 21, 2012

Creative Sculptures by Ron Ulicny

Inspiring Sculptures. Portland-based artist Ron Ulicny creates fantastic sculptures by repurposing and rearranging ordinary objects and materials. source: thisiscolossal.com...
by WE AND THE COLOR on May 8, 2012

SUCHTHAUS Live New Video at Spacebunker in Oslo

Perhaps until now better known as the sculptor whose extraordinary work graced the stage and album covers for bands such as MAYHEM, Spacebrain released the debut album from his band SUCHTHAUS with a... Remember Metal is not just music..... .....it`...
by Heavy Metal on Apr 21, 2012

Wire Mesh Portraits by Seung Mo Park

Fascinating Wire Mesh Portraits Amazing ephemeral portraits by Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park. Every portrait is created by cutting layer after layer of wire mesh. more on thisiscolossal.com...
by WE AND THE COLOR on Apr 16, 2012

Travel by Photos – Manneken Pis of Brussels

Arguably the most sought after travel attraction in Brussels, Manneken Pis is a little naked boy bronze fountain sculpture created in 1619 by a Belgian sculptor. What made it so popular is his peeing action in front of a fountain’s basin. It is...
by Travel Feeder on Apr 13, 2012

Wall Street bull Barricaded From OWS Anti-Foreclosure Demonstrators Will Soon be Set Free

The famed Wall Street bull barricaded from irate OWS anti-foreclosure demonstrators while they camped at Zuccoti Park will soon be set free from its cage by New York Police. The demonstrators had occupied the park for two months. Last week The Post r...
by Our Happy Money on Mar 25, 2012

Unbelievably Mysterious Tree Sculptures

Recently dubbed the “Yorkshire Banksy” due to the mystery of his identity, a tree sculptor in the English town of Knaresborough, North Yorkshire has been popping around town for the past few weeks, transforming various tree trunks into massive...
by YuGWoRLD on Mar 4, 2012

ARTSPACE – DOWNTOWN RALEIGH

I feel very fortunate to live in a community that offers something as wonderful as this.  A place where artists and those of us who are not artistic can come and feel inspired by this wonderful facility.   Artspace in downtown Raleigh is a unique...
by CarolinaHeartStrings on Jan 31, 2012

See You On the Road Ahead

Nuns; Florence, Italy 2011 Looking back on my first year of blogging, I am infused with gratitude for all the comments you have shared in response to my feeble attempts to do what I love most; and that is to connect with you through poetry, art, ess...
by Between Two Rivers on Jan 9, 2012

Jeff Nishinaka is the world's premier paper sculptor.

Jeff Nishinaka is the world's premier paper sculptor. The stunning elegance of Jeff Nishinaka’s paper art calls for a new definition of paper. His meticulous sculptural 3D work appears to have been created from marble or extremely fine sand or vani...
by Chai Ruby Blog on Sep 26, 2010


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