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Jellyfish lamp with lighted accent base.

I designed and crafted this art lamp from copper sheet, wire and tubing, and brass sheet metals. It was colored using various chemical patinas. I designed the mahogany and stained glass base which was constructed by a wood crafting friend of mine, Grant Evans.
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Made in Illustrator!

*** WALLPAPER VERSION - You can also check out the wallpaper available here to download: [link]

**** This image is only for personal use as a desktop/mobile background. It is not to be used commercially. You can, however, send me a note (on dART) or contact me via *this form* on my website.
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For dimensional illustration
Self portrait of the artist as.... A JELLYFISH!!!

Lots of fun with this. Used gel-medium to create the head (painted 15 or so layers into a bowl, peeled it out). The inside of a keyboard for big tentacles, hot glue for the small ones. dyed some stuff pink like my hair, gave it some piercings.
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A ceiling covered with jellyfish-shaped lights.
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for :iconsurreal-fantasy:'s July Contest

Stock Used:
lightbulb (required stock) [link] by *Hupsi
jellyfish [link] by ~asaph70
snowglobe [link] by ~jr----fave-resources
water and textures from sxc.hu
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Jellyfish at the Monterey Bay Aquarium
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Acrylic on canvas board and acetate

This is a piece I did for my art class. We were supposed to do a political piece based on an article. I found an article in a Discover magazine titled "Do Jellyfish Rule the World?". The article talked about how the amount of jellyfish has been increasing due to several human caused factors.

I was not sure if the scan would turn out, because there is a layer of glossy plastic covering the canvas. Some of the jellyfish are painted directly on the plastic and they turned out really bright in the scan for some reason.

I was having trouble attaching the plastic to the board, because there are several pieces. I ended up taping them together, but I incorporated the tape into the piece. I "sculpted" the tape into jellyfish.

Edit: Discover has made this article available on the internet if anyone is interested. [link] I'm kind of sad that I finished this before the article was posted, because they included more jellyfish pictures. I can't go back and make changes to this piece very well without damaging the tape jellyfish. Oh well...
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Uncensorable nudity fight the machine!
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Dimensions - 8x8 inches
Media - Oil
Support - *Chunky* 1.5 inch thick gallery wrapped canvas, staples on the reverse. Sides painted as an extension of the painting.
Date - 4/2010
SOLD
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