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E&E; The installation, by artist Megan Geckler, is made up of thousands of strands of flagging tape, a non-adhesive plastic ribbon that surveyors use to mark off construction sites.

Love every single one of her quilts!!!!! Sooo gonna do her three patterns for twenty bucks!

White Dots Columns by oxoxo [zero by zero], via Flickr | Seven triangular prisms with punched plastic boards are installed in the room. If you walk around the room, the patterns change dynamically

Microscopic Lifeforms of Light by Reciprocity, via Flickr

Art / Megan Geckler - this is a cool idea for an outdoor room or a room divider. Very inspiring. I'd like to find some beautiful fabric to play with this design at my house.

#ridecolorfully to the little french store called Bell'Occhio in San Francisco

plastic hangers! likearchitects: chromatic screen installation

Grace with Light (20 miles of ribbons) -by Anne Patterson, San Francisco

brush stroke | gorgeous | blue James Nares

Japanese artist Yasuaki Onishi’s series ‘Reverse of Volume’ establishes this intricate premise which is about to premiere at the Rice Gallery in Houston, Texas. “I am interested in the visible and the invisible thing. Through my art work, I get information from the space and leave clues on the space. Form, color and movement is changed to the simple element, like points, lines and lights.” -Yasuaki Onishi

Great idea for outdoors! And it looks fab! Try black or red plastic spoons.