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Michihiro Matsuoka is a Japanese artist. Creating devices that combine animals and machinery. Matsouka’s work has been featured in twenty-five exhibitions throughout Japan. :-) Materials: rasin and…

Michihiro Matsuoka

Michihiro Matsuoka is a Japanese artist. Creating devices that combine animals and machinery. Matsouka’s work has been featured in twenty-five exhibitions throughout Japan. :-) Materials: rasin and…

Eye For Design: From The Barn To The Manor.....Decorating With Burlap

Pascale Palun uses wire to create a 3 dimensional hot air balloon; love how the fullness of the balloon is conveyed through the addition of the partially sheer fabric panels.

Steampunk Sculptures by Michihiro Matsuoka

Michihiro Matsuoka Born in 1969 in Japan, Matsouka finds inspiration from his childhood memories and deteriorated devices. Creating worn out devices that f

Scrap Metal Woodlouse, Sculpture of Insect, Original Artwork, Reclaimed Metal and Repurposed

Scrap Metal Woodlouse, Sculpture of Insect, Original Artwork, Reclaimed Metal and Repurposed, Reduced Price and Ready to Ship

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So friggin’ cool, steampunk does toys! Not sure my son would appreciated this toy/sculpture but I want it for my desk! doctormonocle: Atlas by Little Red 7

Papier à êtres, poésies sculptées. Sophie Mouton-Perrat et Frédéric Guibrunet donnent vie au papier. Il devient sous leurs doigts sculptures, voici une de leur création Princesse . réalisé en papier

Papier à êtres, poésies sculptées. Sophie Mouton-Perrat et Frédéric Guibrunet donnent vie au papier. Il devient sous leurs doigts sculptures, voici une de leur création Princesse . réalisé en papier

Bizarre Sculptures a la Steampunk

Belgian Stephane Halleux combines his fantasy and a remarkably great feeling for the perfect mix of materials to a staggering collection of adorable Steampunk sculptures. Used leather, some car par.

Based on a dream I saw some years ago. It was about this bird-like airship thing... no one knew who built it or when, but it had been gliding around ever since. I was probably influenced by Miyazak...

The Steampunk Tribune: Airship Month: What type of airship best represents the Steampunk ideal?

For nearly 10 years, Sophie Mouton-Perrat and Frédéric Guibrunet have combined soft lighting with delicate paper craft to create ethereal sculptures. Working under the name Papier à êtres, the duo uses the papier mâché technique to construct life-sized women clad in elegant, billowing gowns that double as lamps. The top portion of the unconventional, all-white lantern features the ladies’ upper bodies while their pleated skirts illuminate the space.

For nearly 10 years, Sophie Mouton-Perrat and Frédéric Guibrunet have combined…

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