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At art college, I used to love life drawing classes – challenging, daunting but oh so satisfying when you have captured the human form and its natural rhythms on paper.

The Book Club in London commissioned Wriggles & Robins to create a video advertising their life-drawing classes and they came up with this very cute, animated video that really captures all the energy and fun that is life drawing.
Txx

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Bombarding you with inspiration on a Friday night! I like to mooch around the old interweb while I’m cooking (Homestyle Chicken Curry, thank you for asking) and I am finding loads of awesome stuff tonight. Like this Sum Times street art/mathematical project by http://www.aakashnihalani.com/. Super-good.
Txx

"Sum Times" by Aakash Nihalani

"Sum Times" by Aakash Nihalani

"Sum Times" by Aakash Nihalani

"Sum Times" by Aakash Nihalani

"Sum Times" by Aakash Nihalani

Back with a bang, that is. What better way to start our New Year’s inspiration than with this explosive art installation, Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano. And our New Year’s resolution? To bring you more and more blogspiration, of course.
Txx

Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano. https://tamsinallencreative.wordpress.com/

Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano. https://tamsinallencreative.wordpress.com/

Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano. https://tamsinallencreative.wordpress.com/

Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano. https://tamsinallencreative.wordpress.com/

Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano. https://tamsinallencreative.wordpress.com/

Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano. https://tamsinallencreative.wordpress.com/

Via Colossal.

Loving these two examples of dynamic animal sculptures – horses and wolves both being symbols of freedom and boundless energy (well, to me anyway). Just gorgeous.
Txx

‘Emergence’, horses made from salvaged plastic, by Sayaka Ganz

Mirrored Wolf by Arran Gregory

Really, very awesome.
Txx

HEDONISM(Y) TROJANER
Artist Babis created this sculpture named ‘hedonism(y) trojaner’ out of resin and recycled computer buttons. The horse is well known from the greek mythology, where it granted the Greeks access to the city of Troja. Recreated of hundreds of buttons, the essences of communication, Babis’s sculpture is pointing out an unpleasant truth. The internet itself, not only its viruses deserves the term ‘Trojan’. We are looking for information via internet, we share it and pass some on, voluntary or involuntary. We define ourselves by Facebook profiles, find our jobs online, buy teddy bears or google side effects of viagra. The internet as a medium, humans stuck with their hedonism.
Via Ignant

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