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2016-05-31

BELLISSIME STAMPE E MOTIVI PER TESSUTO DEL 1900 NEL LIBRO DI E.A. SEGUY

Oggi vi mostro questa bellissima risorsa online disponibile presso la The New York Public Library Digital Collection: le immagini che vedete sono del libro “Textiles par E. A. Séguy : 20 planches.”, pubblicato nel 1910 a Parigi da E. Hessling. Meravigliosi motivi floreali del 1900, per gli amanti delle stampe e dell’arte. 
http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/collections/textiles-par-e-a-sguy-20-planches#/?tab=about










2016-05-30

BEAUTIFUL INTERLACEMENTS WITH NEEDLE AND THREAD IN SCULPTURES BY KUN KANG

These wonderful and particulars sculptures are the work of Kun Kang, an artist born in Korea in 1988, who lives and works in Paris.They are made with materials like resin, stone or wood, but especially with a meticulous and sophisticated interlacement of thousands needles and threads. Needless to tell in words the awesomeness of these works: three-dimensional surfaces offer at each change of perspective, a view different and unique.
http://www.kangkun.net/



























2016-05-27

PRECIOUS BOOKS FOR ARTISTS, CRAFTERS AND DESIGNERS BY ATELIER BIBI

A few days ago I received a beautiful gift: Piera Luisolo of Atelier Bibi sent me three of her magnificent books devoted to patterns, textures and ornamental design.
I show you some pictures that I made: a lust for passionate of decoration and art lovers! Each book is printed in an impeccable way in order to enjoy these wonders, paginated with skill and mixed with historical and artistic information.
You can find and purchase online these and other beautiful books, postcards and mini sketchbooks, at this link:
www.atelierbibi.boutique















2016-05-26

PLAYFUL THREE-DIMENSIONAL PATTERNS INTO WORKS AND PROJECTS BY VIRGINIA MELNYK

Virginia Melnyk is an artist, architect, and designer working in Buffalo New York. I already write about her in this post. Today I would like to show others Virginia’s interesting installations and conceptual works.
Her work focuses on the intersection between art and architecture with a hint of whimsy and playfulness. She has exhibited installations in Beijing, Toronto, Detroit, Flint, Boston and New Haven. 
http://virginiamelnyk.com

















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