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cjwho:

The Paper Stuff by Bartek Elsner

German art director and designer Bartek Elsner creates all kinds of clever sculptures using only humble cardboard. The pieces range from public street art, to large scale sculptures of trees, birds and even a gigantic internet device.

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calligraphy-by-sam:

made another quickly before bed.

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“I don’t have a name. I don’t have anything… Not a single family member or lover, nothing. It’s almost amazing. I only have this life, but soon I will no longer have that, either.”

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escapekit:

Appricot Office Walls

Serbian artist and designer Nina Radenkovic has designed for the start-up Appricot superb illustrations to decorate the walls of their offices. 

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archiemcphee:

Russian paper artist and graphic designer Yulia Brodskaya uses a technique called quilling or paper filigree (previously featured here) to create beautiful and expressive illustrations.

“Her highly detailed pieces are constructed of rolled, folded, and carefully placed strips of color paper. The intricate curls of paper are intriguing in themselves while creating a larger image…”

Yulia lives and works in the UK, where her lively style and colourful palette have attracted an impressive list of clients, including Starbucks, Anthropologie, Penguin Press, and HOW Magazine.

[via Beautiful Decay and Colossal]

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infographicstalker:

Imaginary Factory by Jing Zhang

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sdzsafaripark:

Giraffes have the same number of vertebrae in their necks as we do—seven.