I must admit these underwater scultures made great impression on me! They were made by Jason deCaires Taylor, English sculptor specialising in the creation of contemporary underwater sculptures which over time develop into artificial coral reefs.
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You can see a lot of other photos and a process of creating sculptures on artist’s page.
Jason deCaires Taylor – underwater sculpture – Dream Collector:
Jason deCaires Taylor – underwater sculpture – The Silent Evolution, Cancun, Mexico:
Here you can see the process from photo to sculpture to coral reef:
Take a look a these colorful and cheerful ceramics by Andrew Ludick – artist from Ireland. I find these vases ideal for bright, spring flowers!
Some plates/bowls – love these fish bowls!:
And here is a wood sculpture by Andrew Ludick – made in a dark pine forest out of rhododendron leaves:
To see more ceramics visit Andrew Ludick’s page. Inspiration found on “A plate a day”.
Typical household accessories – lamps, tables, chairs, books found their place in wilderness. Photographed (and installed) by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen look like a dream or fairy tale.
I like installations with lamps the most, maybe because they are photographed in dusk and look sooo unreal…. On artist’s site you will find much more beautiful scenarios/art works/photographs.