Sculpture

Manhole Cover Art Photographed by S. Morita

Numerous manhole cover art examples

Japan-based Photographer S. Morita has taken scores of photographs of manhole covers throughout Japan. The manhole covers were designed by artists entering design contests, and there are now more than 6000 of these colourful and artistic covers.

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Apparently, there are loads of these that feature trees, along with landscapes, birds and floral designs, too. Check out the rest. My favourite is the one with the Panda, what’s yours?

Gallery // Manhole Cover Art

This is an example of manhole cover art which shows a tree next to some water

On this manhole cover there are flowers and the word Takahamar written

Jill metric pattern on manhole cover which is square

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Coloured Fishing Nets Suspended in the Sky by Janet Echelman



These wonderfully-intricate coloured fishing nets are created and constructed by artist, Janet Echelman. Drawing inspiration on a trip to India as a Fulbright Scholar, she saw that some fishermen in the village of Mahabalipuram were using nets of high quality of strength. For some reason, she had a creative idea to somehow suspend nets like the ones she saw, in the air — in the sky!

See also: Carpark Drenched in Color.

Since this trip to India earlier in her career, Echelman has travelled around the globe installing these net sculptures at varied locations. Take a look at the gallery below, I think you’ll be pleasantly amazed…

Gallery // Coloured Fishing Nets by Janet Echelman

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Brett Kern Ceramics Are Deceptively Stunning


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Brett Kern Ceramic green Dinosaur


Brett Kern Ceramic Blue Dinosaur


Take just one look at these wonderful ceramic creations, and you may think that they’re inflatable. In fact, these pieces of art are just made to look this way. It’s part of the allure that this selection of work, by sculptor and creative Brett Kern, display.


All the objects displayed here are made from — wait for it — clay. I think Brett has done a wonderful job, and they look nearly identical to the objects that they represent. I’m impressed—what about you? Check out the rest of the gallery…


Brett Kern Ceramic green Dinosaur


Brett Kern Ceramic Blue Dinosaur


Brett Kern Ceramic back of spaceman


Brett Kern Ceramic Spaceman


Brett Kern Ceramic Pink Dinosaur

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Christmas Tree Mirror Book Installation

I’m not entirely sure that I know what this is, but I think it’s pretty cool none-the-less. It’s a sort of Christmas Tree made out of books and boxes, as you can see in the image above. Christmas Tree Mirror Book Installation >> Further information: Image copyright Michael Johansson. Please check out his website for Read More

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