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Ty Unnos model - Conceptual Mixed Media by Artist Antonia Dewhurst

Gwen Samuels ~ Sisters | Childhood images printed on used dryer sheets sandwiched between printed transparency and fabric, hand-stitched | 40″h x 30″w

stefano cipriani - White room - Canvas texture - Image #2

Installation Louise Richardson

reverse graffiti - Bristol, UK photo: Helen Birch

Folded Paper 2 by matt edward, via Flickr

The American Dream - sand sculpture installation by Chad Wright

The American Dream: A Sand Castle Suburb Consumed by the Ocean

A Monochromatic Farewell to a Condemned House in Germany - street art installation

A Monochromatic Farewell to a Condemned House in Germany

[][][] Ackroyd and Harvey expose growing grass to different amounts of light, so that the blades produce varying concentrations of chlorophyll. It’s exactly like exposing treated paper to light in order to print a photo — the parts that receive more light come out darker. Because they manipulate the chlorophyll rather than just painting or bleaching the grass, the image goes all the way to the roots. As the grass grows, the photograph actually gets clearer.

Paradise Found by Rachel Thorlby

Question your reality « blog

Saatchi Art Artist EKKEHARD ALTENBURGER; Installation, "Mirrorhouse" #art

Bill Domonkos

Bill Domonkos |

New York conceptual artist Nobutaka Aozaki is exploring the act of asking for directions in his ongoing art piece, Here to There, by gathering a collection of impromptu hand-drawn maps he obtains from complete strangers.

Art on Cardboard by Pieces of the City #Reuse #WasteNot