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June 17 2020

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June 16 2020

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Na toll, jetzt möchte ich so einen als Bonsai...
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lordmeowdemort:

mildlyinteresting-blog:

https://ift.tt/2vIOtP0 “world map for fishes”

Reblogging this for my merfolk followers

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June 15 2020

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June 14 2020

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So schafft man es, dass die US-Amerikaner brav ihre Masken tragen. 😀
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Spirals and Loops Twist Through Wooden Sculptures by Xavier Puente Vilardell

All images © Xavier Puente Vilardell

Xavier Puente Vilardell (previously) transforms blocks of coffee-colored wood into eye-catching sculptural forms, some of which resemble architectural structures and other natural forms shaped by wind, rain, and the sea’s turbulent waves. The Brussels-based artist uses pinewood, a malleable material that enables him to make precise and curved structural forms. 

In a series of Youtube videos, Vilardell shows his virtual visitors around his studio, which features various axes mounted on the wall and a pile of wooden logs, a raw material from which he crafts his artwork. To create his sculptures, Vilardell uses traditional cutting tools and crafts each piece by hand. His skill and patience enable him to turn the blocks of wood into sculpted forms that twist in every direction, almost appearing to defy gravity. 

To view more of Vilardell’s spiraling sculptures, visit Behance and Instagram.

 

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