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Geometric Pattern: Poppy: Light / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Poppy: Flora / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Architectural Miniatures Unfold from Old Furniture / Ted Lott

It starts with a chair or a table, an old night stand or vintage travelling trunk, but from there, these artefacts evolve in the hands of sculpture Ted Lott, who transforms them into complex works of miniature architecture. His goal, in part, is to illustrate the craftsmanship behind both furnishings and home construction. In many of his works, he peels back the typically unseen layers of domestic architecture, usually hidden behind layers of drywall and cladding — via Web Urbanist

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Geometric Pattern: Poppy: Seasons

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Quarter Circle: Akansha / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Star: Brookelyn Zammit / Red Wolf

Custom design for Brookelyn Zammit — by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Star: Moderna / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Star: Classic / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Star: Stoneware / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Labyrinth: Dark / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Labyrinth: Light / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Flower Circle: Seasons / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Flower Circle: Light / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Flower Circle: Dark / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Flower Circle: Garden / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Pyramid: Seasons / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Pyramid: Dark / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Pyramid: Light / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Mural + Flowers / Red Wolf

— originally uploaded by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Pyramid: Flora / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Quarter Circle: Flora / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Claire Foxton mural of Adi Holmes / Red Wolf

Claire Foxton, UOW alumna and renowned artist, captured the strength and determination of Adi Holmes, who is currently studying a Bachelor of International Studies and Laws, majoring in Human Rights, at the South Western Sydney Campus. The mural began on Thursday, 28 February on the building facade at Bigge Street in Liverpool. It took Claire just over a week to complete — originally uploaded by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Quarter Circle: Dark / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Quarter Circle: Light / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Quarter Circle: Seasons / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Chevron: Bright / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Chevron: Light / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Chevron: Deco / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Chevron: Dark / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Herringbone: Flowers / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Herringbone: Seasons / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Arabic Tiles: Flowers / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Arabic Tiles: Seasons / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Square Triangle: Monochrome / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Square Triangle: Dark Colour / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Square Triangle: Light Colour / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Diamond Tile: Light / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Diamond Tile: Dark / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Chevron Cascade: Rainbow + Monochrome / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Chevron Cascade: Light / Red Wolf

— by Red Wolf