How Does This Artist Transform Ordinary Stones to Art?
Japanese artist Hirotoshi Itoh transforms ordinary stones into works of art. Inspired by walks along the river near his home, he began collecting stones he would find and used them to create impressive sculptures.
The Many Shapes of the Beautiful Opal Stone
It was only 50 years ago, during the 60's, that a team of Australian scientists, analyzing the various opal stones with an electron microscope discovered the cause of the beautiful stone's unique visuals.
The Mystery of the Death Valley Moving Stones.
Stones sometimes turn over, exposing another edge to the ground and leaving a different track in the stone's wake. Sliding rock trails fluctuate in direction and length.
Let's Go Visit: The Shilin Stone Forest.
Names like Ten Thousand Year Mushroom, Mother and Son, Camel riding on Elephant, Buddha Stone, Beautiful maiden ascending from the water and hundreds more... Old pathway chiseled into the rock. Also some old steps. What is known as the Elephant (on the right) of the stone forest.
These People Shouldn't Throw Stones!
Video of Glass House Interior These People Shouldn't Throw Stones! photos, design, house, glass, glass house The special thing about this Japanese house, designed by famous architect Sou Fujimoto, has no walls as we know them.
The Mysterious Stone Creatures Living on Buildings...
In architecture, a gargoyle or a 'grotesque', is a stone sculpture usually made of granite. They adorn many old stone buildings. Many people look at these strange and sometimes scary beasts of stone and ask themselves why the architects decided to create these statues? Was it for beauty?
This Stone Tree Tells a Story of Love and Devotion
He was granted permission to erect a stone wall with a special tree-like monument, built with his own hands.
13 Photographs of Stunning Beach Art With Stones
Sometimes, he uses stones or driftwood on beaches or draws something massive on the sand.
Burning Stone With Only Sunlight - Amazing!
Burning Stone With Only Sunlight - Amazing! science, solar, sunlight Discover the incredible power generated by highly concentrated sunlight!
This Artist Converts Ordinary Stones into Beautiful Artwork
She uses the Buddhist practice of mandalas, symmetrical drawings, to transform ordinary sea stones into art. Her remarkable painted stones are a treat for the eyes, as well as a meditative practice for Elspeth. Each rock tells a story, drawn from her life experiences.
6 Signs that You May Be Suffering From Kidney Stones
You've likely heard of kidney stones before, but you may be unfamiliar with the details. Kidney stones are small, hard mineral deposits that can form in your kidneys. Kidney stones are usually made up of specific minerals. 90% of stones are calcium oxalate and 10% are uric acid.
Could This Research Consign Kidney Stones To History?
It looks like a fascinating medical breakthrough has been made – revolutionary research has found that a natural fruit extract is capable of dissolving the calcium oxalate crystals that form kidney stones.
The Priceless Stone – A Father’s Special Lesson About Worth
Instead of answering, the father placed a colorful stone, shiny and smooth stone in his hand and said, “Go sell this stone in the market. If someone asks about the stones price, just raise two fingers and say nothing more.”
Prevent Kidney Stones by Following These 9 Simple Tips
Suffering from kidney stones is no joke: the excruciating pain accompanying kidney stones has been often described as “worse than childbirth” by women. Luckily, kidney stones are preventable, even if you've had them before.
Discover What Really Causes Kidney Stones In This Video
Kidney stones are hard masses of crystals that form in the kidneys, as well as other organs in the body. Unfortunately, they can be quite painful to pass through the body, so they usually need to be removed surgically.
Meet the Stone Stockmen! One Man Embodying Many Statues
Australia brings to you the ultimate street performance, the act known as the Stone Stockmen. Perhaps it should be called Stone Stockman as the entire performance, with the 5 statues carried out by a single person.
Stone Giants: The Most Amazing Outdoor Sculptures Around
The late artist, Texas native Lightnin’ McDuff, was inspired by this famous poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley: I met a traveller from an antique land, Who said—“Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert. . . .
The Art of Stone Carving Has Been Brought Back to Life!
An Unbelievable Masterpiece Created From a Slab of Stone art, video, sculpting, statue, sculpture, carving, stone, portrait This amazing artist makes creating sculptures look almost easy, but watch the video to know the real heart and work that goes into it.
This Incredible Art Is Not Painted on an Ordinary Canvas
One such artist is Akie Nakata who creatively turns stones into cute little animals. But this is no easy task. For Akie, it is more than just painting on a stone. She strives to bring out the living being that she feels in the stone and proceeds carefully.
You Need an Eye for Detail to Create This Art
Timea Papp is one such artist who uses stones as the main attraction. Papp usually gets inspiration and the materials she needs from nature itself. Her process is a rather intriguing one. Upon collecting all the stones, she tries to find shapes and forms within each of the stones.
These 15 Gems Will Surprise You with Their Hypnotic Beauty
But even before these precious stones come to be used as jewelry, they exist in nature in the form of crystals, and even then, they are so beautiful and impressive that it is hard to believe that a human hand didn’t touch them.
This Forest is Unlike Any You've Seen Before...
This Artist Uses Gravity to Create Unique and Fantastic Art
His is a Sisyphean work of piling and balancing the stones one on top of another.
Take a Closer Look at These Animals - You'll Be Impressed!
Stones may not seem like your ordinary canvas for painting. But artist Akie Nakata says that the stones she finds on the river bed catch her eye. For Akie, there is more to her art than simply painting on the stone.