Cherylynn Tsushima

Images. Movement. Words.

Thursday, April 19

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helloyoucreatives:

Two thousand dandelions were painstakingly plucked, sprayed with adhesive and loaded into a custom-made wooden transporter so they could be brought to a gallery and hung from the ceiling in a surreal installation by Regine Ramseier. The work was created as part of ArToll Summer Lab 2011. (via WebUrbanist)

So many wishes.

Thursday, March 22

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alecshao:

Zadok ben David, Blackfield, 2008, painted stainless steel and sand

Details.

(Source: likeafieldmouse, via shakesphereanrag)

Saturday, March 10

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Thursday, March 8

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Sunday, March 4

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kateoplis:

Tatiana BlassPenelope, wife of Odysseus 

"All the privilege I claim for my own sex (it is not a very enviable one, you need not covet it) is that of loving longest, when existence or when hope is gone."

-from Persuasion by Jane Austen

Thursday, February 16

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laughingsquid:

The Creators Project, 2 Day Arts & Technology Event in San Francisco

West Coast (specifically NorCal) friends, GO TO THIS.

laughingsquid:

The Creators Project, 2 Day Arts & Technology Event in San Francisco

West Coast (specifically NorCal) friends, GO TO THIS.

Friday, February 3

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twinfawns:

Net by design collective Numen consists of multiple layers of flexible nets suspended in the air. The flat layers of the net are subsequently connected to one another on counterpoints thus forming a “floating landscape” open for visitors to climb in and explore. The result is an op-art social sculpture (or a community hammock) relating to topics of instability, levitation and regression. 

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Following this blog may be the greatest thing you have ever done

This looks like so much fun.

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guardian:

A child sits at a piano in Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s interactive children’s art project called The Obliteration Room 2011, which is part of her Look Now See Forever exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
Photograph: Stuart Addelsee

Play time. Done.

guardian:

A child sits at a piano in Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s interactive children’s art project called The Obliteration Room 2011, which is part of her Look Now See Forever exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
Photograph: Stuart Addelsee
Play time. Done.

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laughingsquid:

Pixel Cloud by Daniel Arsham

Everything Daniel Arsham and Snarkitecture create is just too cool.

laughingsquid:

Pixel Cloud by Daniel Arsham

Everything Daniel Arsham and Snarkitecture create is just too cool.