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    A is for Aggregation: whiteworld

    When colour isn’t present to advance the story, form and texture are what keep the narrative moving.

    ceramic object by Mia LLauder
    Ceramic Object by Mia LLauder
    Via Ceràmica Ixió
    ceramic object 4 by Mia Llauder
    Ceramic Object by Mia LLauder
    Via Ceràmica Ixió
    ceramic object 3 by Mia Lauder
    Ceramic Object by Mia LLauder
    Via Ceràmica Ixió
    ceramic object 2 by Mia Llauder
    <Ceramic Object by Mia LLauder
    Via Ceràmica Ixió
    A.N's living room in Tokyo, premonition of earthquake by Kei Takemura
    A.N's living room in Tokyo, premonition of earthquake by Kei Takemura, 2005
    Via The Curated Object
    Brian Jungen artwork, via plfoto
    Brian Jungen artwork
    Via plfoto.com
    White Stag or White Hart via mix's photostream on flickr
    White Stag or White Hart
    Via mix's photostream on flickr
    White Girl by Jenny Hart, 2003, via www.jennyhart.net, Collection of Kimberly Newman
    White Girl by Jenny Hart, 2003
    Via Jenny Hart
    Collection of Kimberly Newman
    Untitled, 2004, by Murayama Ruriko
    Untitled by Murayama Ruriko, 2004
    Via Yamamoto Gendai
    Photo by Keizo Kioku
    The Styrofoam Hummer by Andrew Junge, via notcot.org
    The Styrofoam Hummer by Andrew Junge
    Via Notcot.org
    Snowball by Shary Boyle, 2006, via sharyboyle
    Snowball by Shary Boyle, 2006
    Via Shary Boyle
    Collection of the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal
    Porcelain Skins-Cosmetic Skin by Jessica Drenk
    Porcelain Skins: Cosmetic Skin by Jessica Drenk, 2006
    cotton cosmetic round pads dipped in porcelain slip and fired
    Via Jessica Drenk
    ruguru
    Image via RuGuru
    Mirage #13 by Janet Jones, via collagemuseum.com
    Mirage #13 by Janet Jones
    Via Collage Museum
    Blown Fabric by Nendo, photo by Masayuki Hayashi, via www.designvagabond.com
    Blown fabric by Nendo
    Photo by Masayuki Hayashi
    Via Design Vagabond
    osteoporosis-by-tamsin-van-essen1
    Osteoporosis by Tamsin van Essen
    Via Tamsin van Essen
    Maple keys (detail) by Coe and Waito
    Maple keys detail by Coe and Waito
    Via Coe and Waito
    Maisema, drawing
    Maisema, piirustus / Maisemaby Anu Tuominen, 2006
    Via Anu Tuominen
    Long Walks in Winter by Jan Evans, via www.practicalstudygroup.co.uk
    Long Walks in Winter by Jan Evans
    Via Practical Study Group
    kei takemura detail
    A.N's living room in Tokyo, premonition of earthquake (detail) by Kei Takemura, 2005
    Via The Curated Object
    GEISHA RETURNING THROUGH THE PARK IN THE SNOWFALL OF A WINTER STORM
    Geisha returning through the park in the snowfall of a winter storm
    A scene from old Meiji-era Japan
    Via Okinawa Soba's photostream on flickr
    Crypto by Jose Parla, 2007, via ffffound.com
    Crypto by José Parla, 2007
    Via ffffound
    Cracked Surface by Cecil Touchon, via collagemuseum.com
    Cracked Surface by Cecil Touchon
    Via Collage Museum
    Found Reference
    Closeup on Book Binding: Found Reference by Cara Barer
    Via minimal exposition
    Cabled Buck by Rachel Denny, 2009, via www.fontanelle
    Cabled Buck by Rachel Denny, 2009
    Via Fontanelle Gallery
    psoriasis-1-by-tamsin-van-essen
    Psoriasis by Tamsin van Essen
    Via Tamsin van Essen
    british-antarctic-survey
    Sculptured iceberg in North Bay, Rothera Point, Adelaide Island, Antarctica
    © Pete Bucktrout/British Antarctic Survey
    Via The Big Picture
    4 Comments

    It’s too visual. I need to touch everything, especially the iceberg. My fingers are number just looking.

    Laura Brady added these words on Oct 27 09 at 1:11 pm

    i love snowball. at first glimpse it looks like a cheesy lladro sculpture. but then my eye went to the macabre hand sticking out of the dress. wonderful. also loved the book binding. so inspiring. thanks for posting these, ms. unruly.

    ghadah added these words on Oct 29 09 at 9:48 am

    Congratulations for your blog
    excuse not to write more, do not speak English, only a little French, Italian, Castilian and Catalan much …

    Mia LLauder added these words on May 01 10 at 5:15 am

    backtracked my way here, visited your blog and love what you’re doing.
    i’ll be a new subscriber.
    you might like this.
    http://www.sibyllepasche.ch/Sculptures_for_outdoor_2008_-_Sibylle_Pasche_-_Sculptures.html

    the viewer added these words on Jun 07 10 at 3:42 pm



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