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Distorted sculptures by artist Suzy Lelièvre

Top: Dés-Gravité | 2010

Bottom: Dominos-Gravitation | 2010,

The Carriage (2010), a sculpture by artist Xavier Vielhan. (via)

The Lion by Xavier Vielhan, 2004

The sculpture is a permanent installation at Place Stalingrad, Bordeaux. 

Ph:Didier Doustin (via)

Cascade by Sergio Redegalli

A glass sculpture designed for the Botanic Gardens in Adelaide.

(Source: fuks)

Klein bottle

If you want to give a mathematician something to try to wrap their head around, a Klein bottle is a good place to start. A real Klein bottle is an object with no inside and no outside that can only exist in four dimensions. These glass models exist in three, which means that unlike the real thing, they can actually hold liquid.

The difference between the models and the real thing is that by adding an extra dimension, you can make it so that the neck of the bottle doesn’t actually intersect the side of the bottle. Take a couple aspirin and try to picture that in your head.

(via drunkblogging)

Ceramic sculptures by artist Penny Byrne. (via)