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[70 pictures] The Week End Selection n°124

DIY - Hacemos un cabezudo!!

DIY dedicado a las fiestas: Cómo hacer un cabezudo

Origineel en chique tegelijkertijd

The Mask Series // Saul Steinberg // Paper Masks // 1959 - 1961 // Photograph by Inge Morath

I will show you how create a paper mache statue. This tutorial will give you the basics, so you can create anything you desire with this incredibly...

Unleash your creativity by creating a funky, fantastical paper mache statue. I& show you how to gather inspiration, sketch your idea and build an armature that will be the frame for your creation.

Barbarian Progress BAM big horns Kobracast is also perfect for the attachment on the helmet. You can cover it with paper mache or wood glue, I will show you this in the next steps.

Barbarian Progress BAM big horns Kobracast is also perfect for the attachment on the helmet. You can cover it with paper mache or wood glue, I will show you this in the next steps.

Schweinchenmasken aus Pappmaché

Deko selber machen: Viele schöne Ideen zum Basteln

by *unknown*// yay for fun and creepy family portraits!

KOP festival in Deventer (the Netherlands) http://cardboarders.com/2012/kop-festival-deventer/

KOP festival in Deventer (the Netherlands) http://cardboarders.com/2012/kop-festival-deventer/

Homemade Paper Mache Clay recipe with written and video tutorials

toilet paper mache Note to self: Remember the giraffe that you always wanted to make? Maybe this might be the method.

Paper Mache Frog (or any other animal!). Foil or bunched paper filler. Cover with fabric  dipped in fabric stiffener for unique scupltures!

Paper Mache Frog (or any other animal! Foil or bunched paper filler. Cover with fabric dipped in fabric stiffener for unique sculptures! (This is a great website for paper mache.

Korkenmann beim Fasnachtsumzug in Biberach Repinned by www.gorara.com http://www.gorara.com/auf-zur-basler-fasnacht/

Fasnachtsumzug in Biberach Photo: Iris Chere

Oskar Schlemmer

Triadisches Ballett (première in Stuttgart in was a ballet developed by Oskar Schlemmer, a German artist associated with the Bauhaus. Schlemmer conceived of his piece in terms of threes, three scenes for three dancers in eighteen costumes.

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