escapekit:

Dreams

An ongoing series by Chinese sculptor Wang Ruilin who creates surreal animals Sculptures. The animals backs, and sometimes their antlers, function as arcs that carry monumental elements of nature like lakes and mountain cliffs.

mymodernmet:

Italian studio Truly Design recently completed Vanitas, a project that combines the magic of optical illusion with graffiti and street art style.

printeresting:

joshdannin: Spotted in the University of Kentucky printshop // Lexington, KY  —Old school.

printeresting:

joshdannin: Spotted in the University of Kentucky printshop // Lexington, KY  —Old school.

worldwidepinar:

Food notebooks by Özge Çalışkan

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sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr

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nocornersuns:

Last week, my third graders got really into making up disastrous scenarios of things that could happen in the art room if we were not being safe.
Can you even imagine the horror that would ensue if a child stacked their markers?
They were so funny I figured we had to do a project about it. I read “Knuffle Bunny” by Mo Willems. They loved it and immediately noticed his cool way of illustrating over real photos.
For our project, I had 5 different empty art room scenes and the kids chose which one they would draw on. We drew with pencils and Sharpie and colored with color stix. It was so fun!

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Laurel Mycyk
Tumblr: lmycyk.tumblr.com

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Laurel Mycyk

Tumblr: lmycyk.tumblr.com

emilyvalenza:

i see my first students of the school year tomorrow! woohoo! i’ll be meeting my fourth and fifth grade students and plan to keep things really light and discussion based. 
we will talk as a group about goals and hopes for the coming school year, and then work on the above icebreaker so i’ll have a bit of data from each student. 
i’m looking forward to combining all the responses from the art definition that includes everyone’s view point. the lesson suggestion section at the lower right will become a student-chosen art unit for each grade level! 
how do you structure your first art classes of the year? 

emilyvalenza:

i see my first students of the school year tomorrow! woohoo! i’ll be meeting my fourth and fifth grade students and plan to keep things really light and discussion based. 

we will talk as a group about goals and hopes for the coming school year, and then work on the above icebreaker so i’ll have a bit of data from each student. 

i’m looking forward to combining all the responses from the art definition that includes everyone’s view point. the lesson suggestion section at the lower right will become a student-chosen art unit for each grade level! 

how do you structure your first art classes of the year?