(Fuente: potteringcat.co.jp, vía paginadegatitos)

staceythinx:

Artificial Nature by Haru Ji and Graham Wakefield

About the project:

The installation presents a programmed, self-sustaining, digital ecosystem as an immersive environment, with organisms that consume, grow, metabolize, reproduce and respond to activities within an endless fluid environment. An artificial nature is not a simulation however, it is a new realm with its own logic, life forms and relational dynamics. This world does not live alone: the child-like curiosity that inspires our work is extended to the viewers, whose movements and actions influence the ecosystem as it unfolds, allowing world, organisms and viewers to partake in each other’s lived time.

(Fuente: Vice Magazine, vía worclip)

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Surgically Altered Ceramics by Beccy Ridsdel

UK-based artist Beccy Ridsdel creates fun yet strangely macabre interventions where ceramics have been surgically altered to reveal additional layers of detail. Where the metaphor of surgery might normally evoke blood and guts, Ridsdel instead reveals further floral patterns inside bone china plates and cups. The pieces are part of an ongoing examination regarding the perception of ceramics as craft or art. You can see more of her work over on Facebook and she has a few pieces for sale in her shop. (via Slow Art Day)

(vía worclip)

iampox:

Creative Portraits Of People Posing With Old Vinyl Sleeves

Sleeveface is an internet phenomenon whereby people obscure their faces with old vinyl sleeves, creating an optical illusion. 

Some people have gone online to share their humorous self-portraits, portraying themselves as famous singers like Freddy Mercury, David Bowie, Bryan Adams and many more. 

Check out some images below, or click here to view more.

(Fuente: designtaxi.com, vía worclip)