Saw, sawing   Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Big Sight, Tokyo

Saw, sawing Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Big Sight, Tokyo

Molly Gambardella is an illustrator, screen printer and designer from the United States who looks to push boundaries and create new environments with her artwork. To express herself, she uses various techniques from simple illustrations to giant sculptures. Recently she has posted her new pencil sculpture called “Color blind” that took Instagram by surprise, gaining over 250,000 likes in 24 hours.

Molly Gambardella is an illustrator, screen printer and designer from the United States who looks to push boundaries and create new environments with her artwork. To express herself, she uses various techniques from simple illustrations to giant sculptures. Recently she has posted her new pencil sculpture called “Color blind” that took Instagram by surprise, gaining over 250,000 likes in 24 hours.

Simplicity at its finest. #museum http://www.ua-office.co.jp/products/wp-content/uploads/b_0092.jpg

Simplicity at its finest. #museum http://www.ua-office.co.jp/products/wp-content/uploads/b_0092.jpg

MARK ROTHKO

MARK ROTHKO

Tokyo Streets at Night by Masashi Wakui

Tokyo Streets at Night by Masashi Wakui

Maiko, Kyoto, Japan

Maiko, Kyoto, Japan

CLAES OLDENBURG & COOSJE VAN BRUGGEN http://mydesignstories.net/profiles/blogs/claes-oldenburg-coosje-van-bruggen

CLAES OLDENBURG & COOSJE VAN BRUGGEN http://mydesignstories.net/profiles/blogs/claes-oldenburg-coosje-van-bruggen

Awesome sculpture !!!

Awesome sculpture !!!

Etsuko Tashima | ARTIST | imura art gallery

Etsuko Tashima | ARTIST | imura art gallery

Saw, Sawing  Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen  Tokyo, 1996  Saw, Sawing was Oldenburg and van Bruggen's first commission in Japan. Standing in the grounds of the Tokyo International Exhibition Centre, the 50ft-tall steel-and-resin work meets the strict earthquake requirements of Japanese buildings.

Saw, Sawing Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen Tokyo, 1996 Saw, Sawing was Oldenburg and van Bruggen's first commission in Japan. Standing in the grounds of the Tokyo International Exhibition Centre, the 50ft-tall steel-and-resin work meets the strict earthquake requirements of Japanese buildings.

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