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damnyoulauren:

Ron Mueck’s “In Bed”, 2005

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ianbrooks:

Weightlessness in Nature by Cornelia Konrads

Cornelia’s outdoor installations seem to give Mother Nature the finger with their brazen defiance of gravity. Suspended in time, her works often seem to be in caught in the middle of construction themselves, an act we were never supposed to witness.

Artist: website (via: colossal)

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hypna:

Balloon Tank by Hans Hemmert

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A VIDEO

black-tangled-heart:

Beethoven made of his own musical notes by Erika Iris Simmons

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devidsketchbook-art:

Wine Spectator: David Hammons draws on stereotypes to make a statement

His “Untitled” sculpture composed of bottles of Night Train at the Hirshhorn is representative of one of the other major themes of his work.

( via: artsobserverhirshhorn )

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simko:

Street art in São Paulo, Brazil… It’s impossible not to notice the art which drenches nearly every building and wall within the city. One of Puma’s tour guides (appropriately nabbed from Vice), explained that although tagging remains illegal, public murals (and essentially what one might consider beautified graffiti) is encouraged and often commissioned. Much to our surprise, we also learned that public advertising is forbidden. As a consumer, the lack of forced campaigning was refreshing. However, the graphic designer in me remains stunned that such a huge bracket has been banned.

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cyanea:

Thomas Allen

Cutting the text into the silhouettes—letter-by-letter—came next. There were no overlays or pencil lines to guide me. I simply ‘eyeballed’ the shapes to determine where each of the words should fall. I had a few extra copies of the book on-hand in case I made mistakes and had to start over. Remarkably, that only happened once.

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sakunos:

A progression of David Jon Kassan’s drawing.

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ruineshumaines:

Matt Cusick has made a name for himself as a fine artist due to his elaborate depictions of humans and other animals, water and landforms crafted entirely from recycled maps.

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myedol:

Transparent God by Peter Callesen

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alecshao:

Ron Mueck - A Girl, 2007

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staceythinx:

Artist Jason Hackenwerth breathes life into these whimsical imaginary creatures made from ordinary party balloons. Although they begin their installation vibrant and full, they slowly deflate and begin to sag over time. A beautiful reminder of the transience of life.

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rust-neversleeps:

Shinji Turner-Yamamoto

Global Tree Project

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