May 2016

Samurai Feathers | Bado Senshi

by Cristina Muñoz Brown on May 20, 2016

in FEATHER TRENDS,FINE ART

We can’t get enough of Feather artist and winner of the Grand Prix de Création de la Ville de Paris prize Julien Vermeulen ! Known for working with the likes of Christian Louboutin and Jean Paul Gaultier, Vermeulen passion for feathers is exemplified with his interpretation of Samurai armor made with Feathers | Bado Senshi.

Samurai Feathers | Bado Senshi

We can’t begin to fathom the amount of hours and patience it took to make this feathered work of art. Using thousands upon thousands of naturally mottled and ecologically sourced Black, Natural Red Pheasant and Peacock Iridescent plumage throughout truly showcases this Plumassiers’ artisity! We are so inspired  …

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Get up close and personal with Waldo Nell’s “microscopic” photo series of Peacock Feathers. At first glance, it looks like we are looking at at a luxurious tapestry or the work of a talented jeweler, yet after further inspection you come to realize that you are in act looking at the extraordinary details of peacock feathers.

Extraordinary Details | Peacock Feathers

A a software engineer by day, Nell uses a Olympus BX 53 microscope and a technique called “photo stacking” to get detailed photos of ordinary objects like feathers, seeds and even orange juice ; producing images that are extraordinary and somewhat psychedelic ! Get inspired and view more work here…!

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