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claudia arbex - lindo!!!

claudia arbex - lindo!!!


The Wedding Of Princess Madeleine Of Sweden & Christopher O'Neill

Peacock feather under a microscope!  Found on FB "Bead Weaving with a Needle" page)

Peacock feather under a microscope - this is not beadwork but I can imagine these colors/texture stitched together in spiral seed bead work. The image breaks the palette down very nicely Knit texture ideas

LifeShells, rather than spirals

Nature's Artwork colourful sea urchin shells with beautiful texture and surface pattern inspiration

Bisti Badlands Wood (New Mexico) by kimjew

This curly wood gives the texture of wood as well as the "feeling" of it being soft, which is another texture Staci likes. loves Discover our design seatings in wood.


I'm not a fan of octopus or squid but I can't deny the beauty in the pattern and what I can only assume to think is an interesting texture. The repetitive geometric design is so cool nature!


pinkpagodastudio: Peter Gentenaar--Paper Magician-The Netherlands-based former printmaker turned paper sculptor, Peter Gentenaar, explores the mysteries of plant paper fibers--and takes paper to a whole new art--

the organic form and design. tunnels, channels, repetition yet not uniform

TEXTURE Patterns & Textures in Nature ~ Texture Macro Coral Black White Photography Nature by Jimarieart


Report from the "Modern Design Meisen Exhibition" at Anna Leonowens Gallery at NSCAD in Halifax, Canada. 16 to Many people showed up at the opening on About 50 meisen kimonos were

A Max Bill beauty, 1942.

Max Bill studied at Bauhaus for two years as a pupil of Josef Albers --Horizontal Vertikal Diagonal Rhythmus / Oil on canvas / 1942

Microscopic plant cells. The nerd in me finds this breathtaking and old like to hang it on my wall someday

Memory can be aided through beauty because it stimulates and encourages memory. 'Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells' emphasises Patterns, texture, colour and can even evoke pattern inspiration.

modello / colore / forma / struttura: Foto

Medium: Acrylic on board Description This is the final piece of the the three-piece "Scopes" series. This is my interpretation o.