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I used to have a sign pinned up on my wall that read: Only to the extent that we expose ourselves over and over to annihilation can that which is indestructible be found in us…It was all about letting go of everything.
—  Pema Chödrön, When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times (via purplebuddhaproject)
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Project Bambi

Arminas Stanulevičius

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Carved Skeletons into Souvenir Sculptures and Decoys

Maskull Lasserre 

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Spider Doll

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Sculptures and Altars

He constructs assemblage  sculptures from bones, Halloween decor, plastic components, and religious statuary. Citing horror films and death/black metal as major influences,the work also reflects an interest in antiquity, the occult, and medical pathology. Obtaining his BFA in sculpture from MSU Bozeman, MT, his sculptures have been shown throughout the Northwest and are in private collections nationally.

Corey Urlacher

Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you set up a life you don’t need to escape from.
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Glow in the Dark, Resin Inlaid Wood by Mat Brown

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A few days ago, UK industrial designer and jeweler Mat Brown shared with the Reddit community his ingenious idea for a set of resin inlaid chestnut shelves . He wanted to do something productive with a long piece of chestnut wood that he owned. .It was heavily cracked and had knotholes, so some woodworkers might choose to avoid it. 

But Brown had a plan. He mixed resin with glow-in-the-dark powder and poured it into the cracks and holes. He then varnished it with 8 or 9 coats of a linseed oil solution. Brown made the now elegant board into a lovely set of shelves that glow under black light.

. He wanted to do something productive with a long piece of chestnut wood that he owned. It was heavily cracked and had knotholes, so some woodworkers might choose to avoid it. 

But Brown had a plan. He mixed resin with glow-in-the-dark powder and poured it into the cracks and holes. He then varnished it with 8 or 9 coats of a linseed oil solution. Brown made the now elegant board into a lovely set of shelves that glow under black light.

(via airkooledkid)

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