Farlow’s Scientific Glassblowing; ‘Where art meets science’ are the creators of this glass vasculatory system. Intricate arterial systems can be blown form glass into anatomical anastomoses such as the Circle of Willis in the brain. If filled with coloured fluid, they reflect the path of blood flow through the arteries and can assist in medical training. Gary Farlow
Smokey Bear poster showing Smokey holding two tan rabbits. Surrounding him there is a blue bird, a tan and blue bird, a orange and black butterfly, a skunk, a raccoon, three yellow ducks, two foxes, a cub, a chipmunk, a deer, what appears to be a beaver, and two small trees. Poster reads "Remember there are babes in the woods."
"At any time you can ask yourself: At which threshold am I now standing? At this time in my life, what am I leaving? Where am I about to enter? What is preventing me from crossing my next threshold? What gift would enable me to do it? A threshold is not a simple boundary; it is a frontier that divides two different territories, rhythms, and atmospheres." [---John O'Donohue, "To Bless the Space Between Us"]
Ikura Takashi - Where Shadow Meets Form 2009-04. Ikura Takashi was born in Gifu in 1962 and graduated from the Tajimi City Ceramic Design Research Institute in 1989. . This work was shown at his solo exhibition at Nakacho Konishi Arts, a recently established Tokyo-based gallery, in April 2010. The show was entitled 'Where Shadow Meets Form' and featured 15 works made between 2007 and 2010.