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Schöpfkelle (shakushi)

Schöpfkelle (shakushi)

Les formes en japonais (shapes in Japanese) avec video pour la pronciation, + explications composition du mot.

Les formes en japonais (shapes in Japanese) avec video pour la pronciation…

Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen ~ Saw, Sawing, 1996 (steel, epoxy resin, fiber-reinforced plastic)

Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen ~ Saw, Sawing, 1996 (steel, epoxy resin, fiber-reinforced plastic). Known for public art installations of large replicas of everyday objects.

Diorama artist creates miniature worlds from everyday objects | Spoon & Tamago

Diorama artist creates miniature worlds from everyday objects

Incredibly detailed miniature worlds constructed on everyday objects - by japanese artist Akihiro Morohoshi

Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds Original author site: http://www.omorodesign.com/omoro_Site/home/home.html

Diorama artist creates miniature worlds from everyday objects

Diorama Artist Creates Meticulously Crafted Miniatures Scenes from Everyday Objects

kitchen tools by masako kubo

Kitchen Tools by Masako Kubo

Tiny Railroad Dioramas on Everyday Objects

Tiny Railroad Dioramas on Everyday Objects

To know more about Akihiro Morohoshi Miniature world, visit Sumally, a social network that gathers together all the wanted things in the world! Featuring over 1 other Akihiro Morohoshi items too!

Don't take everyday objects at face value | The Japan Times

Don't take everyday objects at face value

Don't take everyday objects at face value | The Japan Times

Tanaka Tatsuya-Japan-miniature installations Since 2011, tanaka tatsuya publishes every day a photo in his calendar http://miniature-calendar.com/ Each photo is a composition miniature made out of everyday objects and miniature figurines model. This since April 2011, or more than 5 years old today!!!

Tanaka Tatsuya-Japan-miniature installations Since tanaka tatsuya…

Tanaka Tatsuya-Japan-miniature installations Since 2011, tanaka tatsuya publishes every day a photo in his calendar http://miniature-calendar.com/ Each photo is a composition miniature made out of everyday objects and miniature figurines model. This since April 2011, or more than 5 years old today!!!

crossconnectmag: “ Miniature Calendar Japanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya creates miniature diorama for daily calendar since Miniature calendar depicts diorama-style toy people with household items,.

Making simple train replicas was not enough for Japan-based model artist Akihiro Morohoshi. After years making railway dioramas, he chose to give a twist to the traditional miniature models by embedding them into everyday objects. His series of works give birth to imaginary worlds that live on top of boxes of Pringles chips, electric guitars or inside vending machines.

Diorama artist creates miniature worlds from everyday objects

Making simple train replicas was not enough for Japan-based model artist Akihiro Morohoshi. After years making railway dioramas, he chose to give a twist to the traditional miniature m

This just made me smile. Finding beauty and happiness in everyday objects and tasks - it doesn't get... pinned with Pinvolve

Happiness is a style of life -- If this old man can be happy and show it with leafs, we can do the same and show it with our lives.

Slow design: Everyday objects that make us rethink our lifestyle | The Japan Times Online

Slow design: Everyday objects that make us rethink our lifestyle

Slow design: Everyday objects that make us rethink our lifestyle | The Japan Times Online

Located in Tokyo's fashionable Omotesando District, Farmer's Table is a cafe with an upstairs shop specializing in everyday objects for the ...

Located in Tokyo& fashionable Omotesando District, Farmer& Table is a cafe with an upstairs shop specializing in everyday objects for the home.

There's simply no compelling way to describe this unusual short film from director Daihei Shibata which attempts to plot the movement of everyday objects such as a light switch or a spring as a real-time graph. Sibata explains this as a film that expresses "the various thresholds hidden in everyday

Unendurable Line: A Fun Short Film Tracks the Movement of Everyday Objects as a Real-Time Graph

There's simply no compelling way to describe this unusual short film from director Daihei Shibata which attempts to plot the movement of everyday objects such as a light switch or a spring as a real-time graph.

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Axel Oswith visual ode to everyday objects

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