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Home Is Where the Doodles Are: Playful Drawings Crawl Across Every Inch of a 12-Room House

   17 Oct 20:00:17  |  ThisIsColossal

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Deceptively Flat Weavings by Artist Susie Taylor Interlace Threads into Playful and Nostalgic Patterns

   16 Oct 20:00:11  |  ThisIsColossal

Patterns we might typically associate with childhood?the plaid vinyl lawn chairs of family barbecues, thick pink, brown, and white stripes of Neapolitan ice cream, and the simple ruled markings on notebook paper?become vibrant woven tapestries in the hands of artist Susie Taylor. Nostalgic in aesthetic and vivid in color palette, the Bay Area artist and textile designer interlaces cotton and linen threads to create flat weaves that appear almost three-dimensional in complexity, with the mathematically-inclined motifs and subtle shifts in color embedded within the pieces themselves. More

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Tons of Discarded Fishing Nets Are Formed into the Wildlife They Entangle in Sculptures by Ghost Net Collective

   16 Oct 20:00:12  |  ThisIsColossal

A fishing net that has been lost or abandoned is known as a ghost net, one of the more formidable elements of “ghost gear,” which includes an array of traps, lines, pots, and other equipment discarded or no longer in use by the fishing industry. Due to their vast size, nets pose an ongoing threat to marine wildlife that get tangled in the synthetic mesh and to coral reefs that are smothered by them. More

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Elaborately Constructed Shops and Homes Translate Tokyo?s Distinct Architecture into Miniature Models

   15 Oct 20:00:05  |  ThisIsColossal

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This Year?s Small World Photo Contest Unveils the Astounding Details Only Visible Under the Light Microscope

   15 Oct 20:00:04  |  ThisIsColossal

For 48 years the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition has garnered some of the most awe-inspiring and illuminated images of all that’s visible once placed under a light microscope. The 2022 contest continues the tradition with a captivating collection that exposes the minuscule details of life on Earth. Winning images zero in on the prickly hairs covering a daddy long-legs, the trippy patterns of a marine snail’s tongue, and the tessellation-like heads of a slime mold. More

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   14 Oct 20:00:08  |  ThisIsColossal

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Impeccably Precise Geometries Are Baked into Dinara Kasko?s Bold Cakes and Tarts

   14 Oct 20:00:08  |  ThisIsColossal

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Metallic Crystals Sprout from Daniel Arsham?s Eroded Sculptures That Warp the Passage of Time

   13 Oct 20:00:10  |  ThisIsColossal

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Shop Sebastian Foster?s Limited-Edition Disrupted Realism Print Set Featuring Works Reshaping Realism

   13 Oct 20:00:10  |  ThisIsColossal

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Plastic Bottle Caps Bound by Thread Undulate Across Ghizlane Sahli?s Embroidered Sculptures

   12 Oct 20:00:08  |  ThisIsColossal

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