Pooh Sticks by Lenny.
Woow these are awesome! Makes me want to make boats right now! I love the simplicity
Lenny creates wonderful things, you should also check his Sparebots series – http://www.flickr.com/photos/lenny_meriel/sets/72157608595536634/ – and his rake art – http://www.flickr.com/photos/lenny_meriel/sets/846051/ – very diverse works!
that rake stuff is great
YAY! Oh my gosh! YAY! I really, really, really LOVE THESE!!! Childhood memories! Siiiiigh.
Pure nostalgia brilliant:)
Agree with LAPETITEFAON. Reminds me so much of my childhood playing in a creek in the woods behind my house.
wow! beautiful, beautiful :)) delicate, poetic, & nostalgic… love it! (and the sparebots too!)
Wow so lush, amazing
is a genius!
c’est MA-GNI-FIC!!!! your blog is fantastic xD
I forgot all about playing pooh sticks when I was little until I saw these pictures! I wish I was five again!
A selection of recent work by French artist Frédérique Bellier-Reboul aka Lili Scratchy. Click here for previous posts. More images below.
Another batch of intricately crafted paper sculptures by artist Matt Shlian. Click here for previous posts. See more of Shlian’s work below or in his solo show, “Telemetry,” on display at Florida Gulf Coast University until March 2nd.
A selection of digital work by illustrator Max Guther based in Mainz, Germany. See more images below.
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A selection of recent murals by artist Felipe Pantone (previously featured here). See more images below!