Shadows / Alex Senna

All murals from Brazilian artist Alex Senna

Lune d’horreur

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Image by French photographer Emmanuel Pierrot via Agence VU

Ombra leggiera

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Floor drawing in an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Italy, from the 1000 shadows project by Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione.

Maiko Takeda

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Conceptual headpiece and bracelet by Japanese artist Maiko Takeda

previously: Joji Kojima

Transparent Shadow / Roger Jones

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Transparent Shadow, 2007 by photographer Roger Jones

Forms in Nature / Hilden & Diaz

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Pendant light by the Danish-Argentinean artist couple Hilden & Diaz aka artists Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz.

via inthralld

Moto Waganari

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Transparent network-sculptures made of polyamide and wire, with the use of a 3d printer and gifs (following) by German artist Moto Waganari aka Lutz Wagner.

 

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You may also check out the interactive Real Virtuality @ Waganari’s website to manipulate some of these figures.

Untitled / Ruth Asawa

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Untitled, copper, iron, and galvanized steel crocheted wire sculptures (1955) from Japanese American artist Ruth Asawa. (images taken at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, CA via + via)

Fabiola Menchelli

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Mixed media artworks by Boston based visual artist  Fabiola Menchelli

via aint-bad mag

Drago

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Drago (1981) copper, halogen lamp and shadow installation by Fabrizio Corneli (previously feat. here + there)

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Day / night view of Ama aka Love (verb) an external light and shadow installation created by gold plated metal and light reflections, at Piazza Duomo, in L’Aquila, Italy, by the Florentine artist Fabrizio Corneli.

Previous post on artist here

Nova

Nova series by Australian advertising photographer Julian Wolkenstein.