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Houten stoel met wel hele aparte vormen. Kijk voor eetkamerstoelen op: http://eetkamerstoelen365.nl/

Houten stoel met wel hele aparte vormen. Kijk voor eetkamerstoelen op: http://eetkamerstoelen365.nl/

DIY Furniture | DIY Steltman Chair (Gerrit Rietveld)

DIY Furniture | DIY Steltman Chair (Gerrit Rietveld)

lamp 2

lamp 2

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조명,무드등

Cute and easy! Modge podge, a balloon, some Bristol Vellum paper, and exacto knife. Cut the paper to match the design.. modge podge onto a balloon, then pop the balloon when it dries.

Cute and easy! Modge podge, a balloon, some Bristol Vellum paper, and exacto knife. Cut the paper to match the design.. modge podge onto a balloon, then pop the balloon when it dries.

기본 램프 포함]클래식 아인스탠드 블랙 :: 1200M.com

기본 램프 포함]클래식 아인스탠드 블랙 :: 1200M.com

We typically think of steel in conjuncture with the frame: straight and rigid but here the steel is flowing and almost looks printed. Maybe our initial assumptions of this material are no longer accurate in this day and age with different technologies and material properties. If so what new applications can we find for steel?

We typically think of steel in conjuncture with the frame: straight and rigid but here the steel is flowing and almost looks printed. Maybe our initial assumptions of this material are no longer accurate in this day and age with different technologies and material properties. If so what new applications can we find for steel?

artnet Galleries: Dichotomy by Gil Bruvel from Collection Privee de Peinture et de Sculpture

artnet Galleries: Dichotomy by Gil Bruvel from Collection Privee de Peinture et de Sculpture

Figurative Sculptures Made of Stainless Steel Ribbons

Figurative Sculptures Made of Stainless Steel Ribbons

"Sculptor Manuel Martí Moreno lives and works in Valencia, Spain and forms these wonderful figurative pieces out of iron nuts. Via email Moreno says that he is most interested in showing the passage of time, the transience of life, and our collective awareness of our own mortality, seemingly evidenced by the spectre of decay at the edges of his works."

"Sculptor Manuel Martí Moreno lives and works in Valencia, Spain and forms these wonderful figurative pieces out of iron nuts. Via email Moreno says that he is most interested in showing the passage of time, the transience of life, and our collective awareness of our own mortality, seemingly evidenced by the spectre of decay at the edges of his works."