By Jordan Eagles, working in a very unusual medium; blood. By combining blood from slaughterhouses and resin he captures the beautiful natural colour and preserves it. Some pieces even have an electrical current charged through them to make the burnt, blistering effect.
René Binet was a French architect and painter (born in 1866). What I find really fascinating about his work is that much of it is heavily inspired by biological illustrations; specifically those found in Ernst Haeckel’s book ‘Art Forms in Nature’. This coloured image of his piece, La Porte Monumentale, is a clear example of the influenced on his work.
My most favourite thing.
Art by Caitlin Hackett
This is amazing
imagine if trees gave off wifi signals, we would be planting so many trees and we’d probably save the planet too
too bad they only produce the oxygen we breathe