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    • Elizabeth Kohout

      rune guneriussen, "there is no earthly explanation." so gorgeous. steal his idea by making globe lights for my porch/ backyard?

    • Lily Casablanca

      Rune Guneriussen is a Norwegian artist working in the transition between installation and photography. Know more about his work http://iloboyou.com/rune-guneriussen-photography/

    • Sandra Keever

      Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen, creates these fairy tale installations but these installations are never seen by an audience only photographed by Guneriussen. collegelifediy.com

    • Savanna LaBauve

      Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen, creates these fairy tale installations but these installations are never seen by an audience only photographed by Guneriussen. His work is the approach to the balance between nature and culture.

    • Genevieve Anton

      Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen creates bewildering artworks that rest in the gray area between installations and photography. His work with lamps incorporated into woods and snowy landscapes gives a completely surreal feel to the already magical Norwegian scenery.

    • Jill P. Mott

      Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen, creates these fairy tale installations #photography

    • Mohan Zhang

      Imaginary stars photography by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen

    • Melissa

      glowing globes

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