Goodbye horses / Pejac

pejac

Detail from Goodbye horses installation by Spanish artist Pejac, from his first solo exhibition in London, at Newcastle Project Space.

could eat a horse

Spaghetti measuring tool designed by by Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson. Small, adult and family portion. Order here.

Horseplay

Sculpture created  from found objects by  New York-based self-taught artist Peter Wilcox

Legend unseen

The never seen before “Legend and Myth” by Damien Hirst, “Lion 2” by Ji Yong-Ho and “Burning Desire” by Marc Quinn, as viewed by Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in the gardens of their home Chatsworth on September 9, 2011 in Chatsworth, England.
The works are part of the Beyond Limits exhibition of modern and contemporary sculpture displayed in the gardens of Chatsworth by Sotherby’s.
Found here.

Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd

…as quated by Voltaire.
“Vibration”
is a life-size sculpture of a horse and its cart in shimmering, frozen motion forms by Xavier Veilhan, previously posted here and here.
Via ArtForTheWorld.

GoodBye Horses

GoodBye Horses , an installation made of  thread, tar and  latex from Sandrine Pelletier @ Galerie Pieceunic, Geneva – 2009

Frederik Heyman

Frederik Heyman‘s photography

Night / Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Sayaka Kajita Ganz creates art from trash, like this amazing horses.