Installation, Dirimart Gallery, Instanbul, 2011 - by Peter Kogler

Installation, Dirimart Gallery, Instanbul, 2011 - by Peter Kogler. Distorted black and white room with grid on walls.

Infinity Room by Yayoi Kusama.     Kusama uses hundreds of LEDs to create what looks like an endless evening of multi-chromatic fireflies, or a galaxy full of Christmas lights, or a blizzard of glowing snow over a city of skyscrapers. As simple as the effect may be—just mirrors and lights—the photos alone are a hypnotic, ephemeral tease of infinity.

With Mirrors And LEDs, Yayoi Kusama Offers A Taste Of The Infinite

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has been obsessed with dots and infinity for her entire career. In an attempt to share her experiences, she creates installations that immerse the viewer in her obsessive vision of dots or infinitely mirrored space.

1,400 Square Feet of Candy-Colored Resin Layered Onto the Floor of a German Museum

Square Feet of Candy-Colored Resin Layered Onto the Floor of a German Museum. I would love this floor in my art studio!

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Yayoi Kusama pumpkin sculpture with red polka dots

// Jaap Scheeren

By Jaap Scheeren. You know you live a life of luxury when you use golden trash bags.

Strange beauty

by Takeo Suzuki (Hair Stylist) / Man-Woman Paris

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