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MATT MOORE – MANDALAS IN UTAH #MattMoore #Art #Mandalas #naturalmaterials #utah

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The 21st Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Japan: Swimming Pool, Leandro Erlich

The 21st Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Japan: Swimming Pool, Leandro Erlich

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Mosaic Mandalas Made From Natural Elements by Matt W. Moore http://designwrld.com/mosaic-mandalas-matt-w-moore/

Mosaic Mandalas Made From Natural Elements by Matt W. Moore

Mosaic Mandalas Made From Natural Elements by Matt W. Moore http://designwrld.com/mosaic-mandalas-matt-w-moore/

fer1972:  Mandalas made of Stones, Branches and nature materials by Matt W. Moore

fer1972: Mandalas made of Stones, Branches and nature materials by Matt W. Moore

Pascaline De Glo De Besses : Zebra - ArchiDesignClub by MUUUZ - Architecture & Design

Pascaline De Glo De Besses : Zebra

Pascaline De Glo De Besses : Zebra - ArchiDesignClub by MUUUZ - Architecture & Design

2012 ficou marcado na história como um período repleto de descobertas subsequentes de círculos em plantações, com 10 formações registradas na Inglaterra.

Círculos em plantações no Reino Unido intrigam cientistas

2012 ficou marcado na história como um período repleto de descobertas subsequentes de círculos em plantações, com 10 formações registradas na Inglaterra.

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An Artist Used Nature To Create Some Amazing Land Art

Magnifique

Bone Piles is an iteratively generated collection of simple organic shapes tied together with increasing complexity.  With each new instantiation, the bone is given unique attributes computed at random and according to the progress of the iteration. Both rotation and scale are set in this fashion. As a final, important step, the instantiated bone takes its shape from one of seven possibilities.

Bone Piles is an iteratively generated collection of simple organic shapes tied together with increasing complexity. With each new instantiation, the bone is given unique attributes computed at random and according to the progress of the iteration. Both rotation and scale are set in this fashion. As a final, important step, the instantiated bone takes its shape from one of seven possibilities.

The balanced rock sculptures of Michael Grab rely solely on gravity

The balanced rock sculptures of Michael Grab rely solely on gravity

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