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Object 12-1 Collection by Designer Matija Čop

Croatian designer Matija Čop might be relatively new to the game, being a graduate student, but his collection, Object 12-1 is a striking mixture of sculpture and conceptual fashion. Inspired by architecture and the chiseled stone material used to construct the Šibenik cathedral, Cop used one material that was laser cut into small pieces that were then assembled together using the “plug and feather” technique.

Each sculptural garment, while made from a contemporary material, utilizes similar qualities to a building being built from stone – small pieces that work together to become a new form. After three months of production, the dramatic collection shows striking works of art that might just change how we view the future of fashion.

Via: aima007.blogspot

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Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
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Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
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Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
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Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
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asylum-art:

Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
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Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
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Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
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Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
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asylum-art:

Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  
Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.
After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.
Zoom Info

asylum-art:

Fantastic Kissing Vases by Ceramic by Johnson Tsang  

Hong Kong-based ceramic artist Johnson Tsang specializes in using a surrealist imagination to blend the worlds of humans and objects. His latest work is this fantastic series of kissing vases he’s entitled Out of the Rim.

After carefully forming each vase, Johnson made incisions with great precision and split the vases down to about 2″ above the base. He then gently pushed each slice outward, to create a stunning visual effect of a row of symmetrical faces. Finally, two of the vases are placed together to make it appear as if they were kissing.

snowce:

Gave up my apartment of almost 5 years, getting rid of all my furniture, putting everything else into storage and then come october when my lease is up probably just traveling around wherever I feel like wandering to, working from wherever in the world I want because freelance…

Yeah.

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Titanic movie set

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How the opening crawl of Star Wars was filmed

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Jurassic Park, 1993 

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The moment before the most famous album cover ever was photographed, 1969 

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Voldemort and Dumbledore chilling on set

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why does voldy have a nose

i can’t believe they actually printed the Star Wars text and then filmed it ohmygod

Most people reminisce for the ‘good ol’ days’ but I’m glad I wasn’t brought up with today’s social media and mobile technology.

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For a moment of sheer cosmic and earthly awe: This might look like a surrealist painting, but it’s a 270-image composite taken over two hours in Indonesia, including the erupting Mount Semeru, star trails in the sky, and a meteor streaking across on the right. 

With a sight like this, how is one not to contemplate our longing for permanence and agree with Carl Sagan that nature is the greatest source of spirituality?

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