Otherworldly Mixed-Media Plants Sprout Like Creatures from a Dr. Seuss Book
In her ongoing sculptural series titled "The Marriage," Malaysian artist Noreen Loh Hui Miun merges elements from real and fictional plantlife to create entirely new species. The fragile works begin with dried plant components like branches and moss to which she adds cut laminate petals reminiscent
Malaysian artist Noreen Loh Hui Miun combines real plants with artificial elements to create these intriguing imaginary plants for a series called "The Marriage". "The fragile works begin with dried plant components like branches and moss to which she adds cut laminate petals reminiscent of reptile scales and other colorful components." More art on the grid via Colossal
Kirsten Hassenfeld - beautiful paper gems sculptures
Wood frame with grafted manzanita branch - so cool
Embroidery by Marable Lake // hoop art // cactus embroidery
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Just some interesting bacteria cells that could possibly help add some creepy vibes to the whole magic disease concept. I especially love the small hairs sticking out and creating this "sticky" feeling.