Face Sculptures Made From Pre-Loved Children’s Plastic Toys

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Wire Sculptures That Look Like Line Drawings by Gavin Worth

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spray-bouquet-hillary-coe

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Steampunk fairy. It took quite a vision to see the fairy in the components.

Steampunk fairy.

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Blown Glass Hermit Crab Shell

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Coraline in the making. click the picture to see the gif

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In my new body of work, “Human Studies,” from 2010, I subvert notions of enduring beauty with life-size images of women sculpted in a labor-intensive process out of sand, which I then photographed before destroying them. I create life-size sand sculptures of models typically found in high-gloss fashion magazines, photograph the works in sand and then I destroy them as a commentary on the ephemeral nature of beauty, America’s obsession with youth culture and decay.

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Gregor Gaida’s Aluminum Boys Destroy Art Gallery Floors

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Plastic garbage guarding the museum

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These awesome packing tape installations by Austrian collaborative group For Use - comprising Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljkovic – are constructed by wrapping transparent tape around elevated columns, which are strong enough for people to enter into

Art She Hearts | by Jen Bayne

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Dutch artist Pim Palsgraaf is concerned with the relationship of the urban environment to the natural environment, the man-made versus the naturally occurring.

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These landscape photographs by American photographer Barry Underwood are spectacular; they have an eery beauty that hovers between the supernatural and the theatrical, combining the photographic with the fantastical.

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cannot cannot cannot wait to own this book

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Regine Ramseier thought mumma Lina might like this one

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Daniel Arsham, Sheet, EPS, plaster, paint, fabric and rubber a wall installations bridges the gap between art and life, spectating and interacting and sculpture and installation. This is the world where gallery walls come alive, solid forms become malleable and a surreality takes over from the ordinary. His three-dimensional work challenges our assumptions of what three-dimensional art should be, what constitutes solid form, and asks us to think about the properties of materials and structur...

elastic walls - daniel arsham

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The Burning House is a project by American photographer Robert Holden that documents the precious items we would take with us if our house was burning down. This series of photographs encapsulates the interests, backgrounds and priorities of its subjects in a mere handful of items.

the burning house project - robert holden

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Blink and you might just miss Isaac Cordall‘s ongoing series Cement Eclipses. Since 2006 the Spanish artist has been brining his nomadic project of miniature cement human figures to urban centres such as Berlin, London, Brussels and Barcelona, amongst others.

miniature urban interventions - isaac cordal

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Kim Joon

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Matsumoto Taiyo, 'Number Five,' (2000-2005)

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SEE-THROUGH ARCHITECTURE – GIJS VAN VAERENBERGH

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Parisian photographer Alain Delorme has captured the dizzying heights of Shanghai bicycle carriers in this series entitled Totems

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Zarko Baseski, Ordinary Man (2010), polyester resin, fiberglass, silicone and hair i'm loving these super/ hyper-realistic sculptures lately

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Rook Floro, Shadow

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Metamorphosis is a digital manipulation project by French photographe

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