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Ruth Marshall's knitted pelts of endangered animals, on display this summer at the Australian Consulate-General in NYC, beginning June 27, 2013.

darksilenceinsuburbia: “ Ruth Marshall RUTH MARSHALL brings attention to illegal wildlife trade and species loss in a way that unites a new, widened audience of scientists, art enthusiasts and the.

Dark Silence In Suburbia: Ruth Marshall

darksilenceinsuburbia: “ Ruth Marshall RUTH MARSHALL brings attention to illegal wildlife trade and species loss in a way that unites a new, widened audience of scientists, art enthusiasts and the.

Haunting Knitted Animal Pelts Draw Attention To the Plight Of Endangered Species

Haunting Knitted Animal Pelts Draw Attention To the Plight Of Endangered Species (BEAUTIFUL/DECAY MAGAZINE)

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Finding Home “Ruth” - Siona Benjamin

We're absolutely blown away by the work of Sarah Yakawonis, a Maine-based artist who uses a technique known as quilling to create intricate anatomical models like the ones you see here. The meticulously positioned strips of coiled paper look so much like the folds of a brain, or the sinewy striations of human muscle, I actually felt a bit queasy looking through examples of her work during lunch.

This beautiful anatomical art is made of paper, not flesh and bone

Elsa Mora's Three Drawings Inspired by Amanda Palmer

AFP inspired artworks by Elsa Mora

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