This is a temporary portfolio as I work on building my own site. Here you will find samples of my work interspersed with inspiring finds | Noelle

23, born and raised in Southern California
now battling temperatures in Upstate NY

B.A. in English; Psychology and Studio Art

 

fifthdimension:

Fact. Best. Wrapping. Paper. Ever.

I think this wrapping paper is worth buying someone six presents.

fifthdimension:

Fact. Best. Wrapping. Paper. Ever.

I think this wrapping paper is worth buying someone six presents.

fifthdimension:

stbernard:
If I could just figure out how to translate re-blogging stuff like this on my Tumblr into a paycheck…

fifthdimension:

stbernard:

If I could just figure out how to translate re-blogging stuff like this on my Tumblr into a paycheck…

(Source: thesmithian)

unconsumption:

DIY inspiration: Vintage kitchen canisters repurposed as pendant lights.
(made by Rodney Trice of T.O.M.T., featured previously here)
This is a great addition to the Unconsumption gallery of items made into lighting.

unconsumption:

DIY inspiration: Vintage kitchen canisters repurposed as pendant lights.

(made by Rodney Trice of T.O.M.T., featured previously here)

This is a great addition to the Unconsumption gallery of items made into lighting.

thedailywhat:

Coffee Ring Art of the Day: Hong “Red” Yi has already proven herself adept at creating spot-on portraits with nothing but a basketball and some paint, so it’s no surprise that she’s just as handy with coffee-cup rings.
Check out footage of her intricate staining process below:

[laughingsquid.]

thedailywhat:

Coffee Ring Art of the Day: Hong “Red” Yi has already proven herself adept at creating spot-on portraits with nothing but a basketball and some paint, so it’s no surprise that she’s just as handy with coffee-cup rings.

Check out footage of her intricate staining process below:

[laughingsquid.]

fifthdimension:

3D book art ’written portraits’ is a series of books which shows the different faces, literally, behind the selected autobiographies of anne frank, vincent van gogh, louis van gaal and kader abdolah. the campaign, created by dutch agency van wanten etctera,

(Source: och-annie)

fifthdimension:

kari-shma:

Iranian artist Farhad Moshiri’s latest installation titled ‘Life is Beautiful’, was created using hundreds of knives stabbed directly into a gallery wall. The use of everyday objects, which on occasion can become lethal weapons, reveals the underlying sarcastic ambiguity of Farhad’s statement. | via

fifthdimension:

archiemcphee:

This massive piece of art that appears to be a simple line drawing of a sheet of paper is an awesome optical illusion created by sculptor Neil Dawson. It’s located in New Zealand on ”The Farm”, a large private art park owned by Alan Gibbs.

[via Sweet Station]