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asylum-art:

Yerin Do adds leather “parasites” to wooden furniture

Graduate designer Yerin Do presented leather clothes hooks that slot into wooden surfaces to make them look like they’re infested with fungi at the Royal College of Art degree show, For her Parasite Hooks project, Do drilled angled holes into the wooden surfaces of a wardrobe and an armchair. She described the process as “like planting” and told Dezeen that the project references the natural world. “Mushroom and moss grow on the trunks of trees, mussels growing on sea rocks – I am fascinated by these creatures that use the surface of another being as their base,” said Do. “They change its appearance and characteristic entirely.”

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moshita:

Those beautiful skulls are hand carved and painted with oil on raw, gold-lip and black-lip Philippine mother-of-pearl

Gregory Raymond Halili

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SCHEMA, 2013, Kate MccGwire, Mixed media with rooster feathers in antique cabinet / Currently on display at Le Royal Monceau - Raffles, Paris until November 3rd 2013.

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