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3-dimensional embroidery by Meredith Woolnough

Newcastle, Australia based artist Meredith Woolnough uses embroidery to create forms that look like the skeletal frameworks of flora and fauna. Using a sewing machine, Woolnough free-form stitches on water-soluble cloth. After the dense stitching is complete, she dissolves the cloth in water, and is left with a thread-only embroidered specimen. For the final . . . → Read More: 3-dimensional embroidery by Meredith Woolnough

“Study for Earthwalker” drawings on photographs by Heather and Ivan Morison

In the Earthwalker series, UK based duo Heather and Ivan Morison blended images from the natural world with architectural-like drawings, “referring (to) geometry, kites, fungi growth or extra-terrestrial invasion.” Caribou, monkeys, hyenas and pheasants are juxtaposed with the fantastical world of the Morisons.

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“Black Cloud” an installation where thousands of paper moths fill a building

The “Black Cloud” installation illustrates the fine line between horror and beauty. Using black paper to cut 36 different variations of 30,000 moths, Mexican artist Carlos Amorales creates an area which is deluged with swarms of the winged insects. While each individual moth is beautiful, the hordes of them on all the walls of . . . → Read More: “Black Cloud” an installation where thousands of paper moths fill a building