> Spirit Walks

red-lipstick:

Soo Sunny Park (b. Seoul, Korea) - Unwoven Light at Rice University’s Rice Gallery in Houston, Texas. Composed of 37 individual sculptural units, the installation uses iridescent plexi-glass embedded in pieces of a chain link fence to cast shimmering, colorful reflections across the spacious gallery.  Photo’s via Walley Films Flickr Photostream.

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artandsciencejournal:

Mika Aoki

In her works, Mika Aoki attempts to make viewers look differently at subjects such as viruses, reproduction and the origins of life. In these works made out of glass, Aoki imitates the micro-kingdoms we glaze over every day. For more information on Aoki’s work, click here

- Lee

wtf is this I want it 0.o

unconsumption:


It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find.
Today: Bottle pieces made into jewelry. 
(Pictured: Champagne bottle bracelets and Belvedere Vodka bottle bracelets from Bottlehood on Etsy, whose adult beverage bottles-turned-into-drinking-glasses we’ve featured previously here. Thanks to Susan C. for the jewelry tip!)
For earlier posts in Unconsumption’s wine o’clock series, check out the archive here.



glass bangles are actually VERY popular in India, this isn’t new.  there are a lot of customs that come from them, like the wife breaking them in grief if/when the husband dies (sad one but yeah) and the “chum chum” noise they make when you fuck lol XD but these are neat, americanized version.  The Indian versions are a bit prettier, but probably more fragile, you can cut yourself pretty easily :x

unconsumption:

It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find.

Today: Bottle pieces made into jewelry. 

(Pictured: Champagne bottle bracelets and Belvedere Vodka bottle bracelets from Bottlehood on Etsy, whose adult beverage bottles-turned-into-drinking-glasses we’ve featured previously here. Thanks to Susan C. for the jewelry tip!)

For earlier posts in Unconsumption’s wine o’clock series, check out the archive here.

glass bangles are actually VERY popular in India, this isn’t new. there are a lot of customs that come from them, like the wife breaking them in grief if/when the husband dies (sad one but yeah) and the “chum chum” noise they make when you fuck lol XD but these are neat, americanized version. The Indian versions are a bit prettier, but probably more fragile, you can cut yourself pretty easily :x

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pestilense:

Blown Glass Pathogens

redhypergiant:

The most beautiful viruses you will see today from glass blower  Luke Jerram.

HIV

Swine Flu

E. Coli

E. Coli detail

HPV

SARS

Small Pox

Malaria

T4 Bacteriophage

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