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Tomizu Satoshi: 宇宙ガラス

Tomizu Satoshi: 宇宙ガラス

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+ Α [плюс альфа] | Вселенная стекла | Галерея

+ Α [плюс альфа] | Вселенная стекла | Галерея

Le Système solaire confiné dans des Bulles de Verre de Satoshi Tomizu  (1)

Le Système solaire confiné dans des Bulles de Verre de Satoshi Tomizu (1)

♂ Japanese ceramic art still life 古いもの : うつわノート

♂ Japanese ceramic art still life 古いもの : うつわノート

Glass artist Satoshi Tomizu sculpts small glass spheres that appear to contain entire solar systems and galaxies. Planets made of opals, flecks of real gold, and trails of colored glass seem to spin and loop like twists in the Milky Way. While photographed here in a macro view, the pieces are actu

Glass artist Satoshi Tomizu sculpts small glass spheres that appear to contain entire solar systems and galaxies. Planets made of opals, flecks of real gold, and trails of colored glass seem to spin and loop like twists in the Milky Way. While photographed here in a macro view, the pieces are actu

+α [プラスアルファ] | 宇宙ガラス | ギャラリー

+α [プラスアルファ] | 宇宙ガラス | ギャラリー

azuma makoto iced flowers exhibition sets plants in an inorganic space

azuma makoto iced flowers exhibition sets plants in an inorganic space

Space Glass: Extraordinary Solar Systems and Flowers Encased in Glass by Satoshi…

Space Glass: Extraordinary Solar Systems and Flowers Encased in Glass by Satoshi…

A uniquely beautiful gift of love and remembrance. Hand-picked forget-me-nots are carefully dried using techniques that preserve their deep color, then suspended in a globe of clear, highly polished resin that preserves their smallest, most delicate detail. The flowers are collected in Margam Forest in South Wales, and the paperweights are produced in a 14th-century barn at Hafod Grange, once used by the Cistercian monks of the now ruined Margam Abbey. 2 ½" diameter. EXCLUSIVE

A uniquely beautiful gift of love and remembrance. Hand-picked forget-me-nots are carefully dried using techniques that preserve their deep color, then suspended in a globe of clear, highly polished resin that preserves their smallest, most delicate detail. The flowers are collected in Margam Forest in South Wales, and the paperweights are produced in a 14th-century barn at Hafod Grange, once used by the Cistercian monks of the now ruined Margam Abbey. 2 ½" diameter. EXCLUSIVE

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