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A fish sculpture constructed from discarded plastic bottles rises out of the sand at Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June 19, 2012. The city is host to the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, or Rio+20, which runs through June 22. Leave it to the Brazilians to find a clever and attractive way to encourage us to RISE ABOVE PLASTIC!
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Giant Glowing Fish Sculptures Made from Recycled Plastic Bottles In Rio by linen on Jun 26, 2012 • 3:28 pm 1 Comment Email Hundreds of discarded plastic bottles were turned into two giant fish sculptures at Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June 19, 2012. The glowing installations are a part of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20).
The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2012. Rio+20 ECO GREEN Fish Sculptures. The Fish Art creations consist of plastic water bottles
Mega fish eco plastic art sculpture. The eco art installation on Botafogo beach near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil consists of three mega fishes made of recycled plastic bottles.
A new Banksy graffiti work on a private property catches the eye of passers by on April 14, 2008 in London, England. The work, which depicts a child painting the words 'One Nation Under CCTV' with a security guard watching him is situated under a security camera and has appeared sometime between the hours of Saturday and Monday morning.
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This Banksy work appeared in 2008 and is ironically positioned right under a security camera.
Banksy Street Art
A new Banksy graffiti work on a private property catches the eye of passers by on April 14, 2008 in London, England. The work, which depicts a child painting the words 'One Nation Under CCTV' with a security guard watching him is situated under a security camera.
A Palestinian police officer stands guard in front of a mural by the British grafitti artist Banksy as he secures the arrival of French President Nicolas Sarkozy and First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy on June 24, 2008 in Bethlehem, West Bank.
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Paparazzi Rat in Soho
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Neuroscience. 2013 Dec 3;253:1-8. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2013.08.021. Epub 2013 Aug 22. | Plant-derived nanoparticle treatment with cocc 30c ameliorates attention and motor abilities in sleep-deprived rats. #neuroscience #plantderived #nanoparticletreatment #cocculus #amelioration #attention #motorabilities #sleepdeprivationUnrelated: (Streetart by Banksy)
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Rebecca Horn - One of the first art installations I saw first hand many years ago and it's always stuck with me.
Rebecca Horn. Concert for Anarchy, 1990.
Saw this in the Tate Modern Art Museum in London - it's mechanized!
Concert For Anarchy- Rebecca Horn #piano #art #music
Der Eintänzer, 1978, film ©2009:Rebecca Horn Germany-born contemporary artist Rebecca Horn held her exhibition in Japan for the first time. Her earlier work is known for her performance wearing feathers and horns. After her participation to Documenta 5, she has explored a wide variety of art expressions.
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Music as a balancing act. A work by Michael Parekowhai, one of New Zealand’s most important contemporary artists. #music
Michael Parekowhai is one of New Zealand’s most important contemporary artists. He physicaly balanced this seal and piano for his artwork.
"The Horn of Africa", eine Skulptur von Michael Parekowhai, ausgestellt in der Roslyn Osley9 Gallery in Sydney. #Accordion #World #Piano #Art #Seal #Animal
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One of NZ's classic art, "Mickey to Tiki" by Dick Frizzell
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New Zealand artist Dick Frizzell is a “renegade pop artist,” offering new perspectives of pervasive imagery. In the above piece, Mickey to Tiki Tu Meke, he creates a clever transition between two cultural icons. This lithograph is in the Christchurch Art Gallery in New Zealand; though it is not currently on display, the gallery does offer the image for sale on t-shirts, notecards and prints in its online shop.
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david hockney - a bigger splash 1967. he´s a british artist whose paintings are caracteristic for the pop art movement in the sixties
A Bigger Splash is a large pop art painting by British artist David Hockney. It depicts a swimming pool beside a modern house, disturbed by a large splash of water created by an unseen figure who has apparently just jumped in from a diving board.
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DavidHockney A Bigger Splash 1967 © David Hockney
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'Untitled', 1960, Mark Rothko. Held at San Fransisco Museum of Modern Art, (normally viewed with light square at the bottom, but nice colour in this reproduction)
“Since my pictures are large, colorful and unframed, and since museum walls are usually immense and formidable, there is the danger that the pictures relate themselves as decorative areas to the walls. This would be a distortion of their meaning, since the pictures are intimate and intense, and are the opposite of what is decorative.” —Mark Rothko #philosophy
Mark Rothko Painting - reds and white
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Mark Rothko - Sitting alone taking the picture in at Tate Modern, dissolving in it.
Brakay is the name of the latest collaboration between Brad Downey and Akay during this year Fame Festival in Italy. The American and Swedish duo unleashed a series of urban interventions on the streets of Grottaglie using various found objects. “These pieces and actions reflect pretty faithfully the entire festival atmosphere and attitude.