Suspended Charcoal Installations by Korean artist Seon Ghi Bahk// The presence of the bowl gives the installation weight instead of levity. There is a place for it to go and thus it is falling instead of being suspended.
Tree bark - links to growth and evolution. The detail created by pure nature is incredible, and no tree is the same.
Untitled (floating architecture installation) by Korean artist Seon Ghi Bahk Charcoal suspended from nylon filaments. via my modern met
CERAMIC, NOT CONCRETE Tokujin Yoshioka has produced a new tile system for Italian ceramics manufacturer Mutina. The Phenomenon collection comprises of "snow," "honey-comb," and "rain," each based on the irregular textures found in nature.