Andres Amador is an artist who uses the beach as his canvas, racing against the tide to create these large scale temporary masterpieces using a rake or stick ..

Andres’ creations are simply stunning and knowing that these delicate creations are temporary somehow makes them even more beautiful.


(I’ve reblogged some of his stuff before but here’s some more beauty)

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Whales represent consciousness


Artwork: Anila Quayyum Agha ~ ‘Intersections’ (the installation consists of a single point of light surrounded by a wooden cube of 1.98 m, fully cut with laser and suspended)

maker dork note: it would be relatively easy to make something similar though you’d have to figure out all the bridges on the graphic to hold the pattern together. i’ve been fiending for a moroccan punched metal lamp but aside from making small crop circles laser cut lamps i never thought to make something that was mostly lattice cut….  i also saw a lamp once that used a round glass fixture, the kind that would go over a lightbulb, but it had all these round nobules on it… they set up a blue laser shining through it, and set the glass on a small spinning motor….. it made the most wondrous liquid alive subtle dancing light creature on the wall……

i imagine this piece installed in a room in an ecovillage,
where musicians sit underneath the lamp and play acoustic traditional/future music………… and people sit on pillows in a circle around… and a color-changing rainbow LED bulb :)


insta: natalyakuznecova


"embrace it, baby!"

i told you it was short and dumb >w<

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