Pieces inspired by bees, bee hive designs, educational designs
Honey Bee Hive: You may have seen one of these hanging off a tree in your yard or dangling from the frame of your garage. When scout bees designate an area of your property as theirs, they gather the whole bee brood to begin constructing hexagonal cells like this honeycomb, using the honey that they’ve stored in their stomachs from a previous nest. If you’ve spotted a bee hive on your property, call 1st Response today at (614) 880-1073 to help you take care of the buzz! #bees #Columbus
Pupa by Liam Hopkins
Pupa is a habitat by Liam Hopkins. Located within Bloomberg's London Headquarters, it's made from reclaimed carboard and pallets.Commissioned for Bloomberg Philanthropy by art and design agency Arts Co, ‘Waste Not, Want It’ is a series of specially commissioned art and design projects made almost entirely out of Bloomberg’s waste.
Best Travel Wears -
Artist Hilary Berseth collaborates with honeybees to create intricate sculptures made of beeswax and honey. He builds a template for the shape he wants, places it inside the hive in the Spring, and waits. (And waits.) The outcome is often different than he expects, as the bees riff on his guidelines and add their own input into the process.
Pottery: Contemporary, Japanese, Interesting Forms, and Other Vessels Of Inspiration
I thought the design on this piece was vey interesting. It must have taken a lot of skill to make every line and indentation work with each other to form the work of art. It reminds me of a bee hive, or something from a coral reef