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Polish street artist NeSpoon turns lace into lovely and haunting pieces of public art. Instead of being creepy, her webs bring a whimsical quality to the spaces they occupy, and look both completely at home and entirely unexpected.

NeSpoon "Awesome, old, abandoned monastery in Grottaglie / Italy. For several years, artists from all around the world paint their works here. The place is virtually a top street art gallery. Unfortunately, the officials decided to renew the building and make here a museum of agriculture. I was probably the last one, creating something in this space ."

Polish artist NeSpoon combines lace-making, ceramics and street art.

Awesome, old, abandoned monastery in Grottaglie / Italy. For several years, artists from all around the world paint their works here Warsaw, Poland

love this rug. not sure how the texture will be though (i ordered a sample!)

Rock garden, really rocks! I like the idea of painting the stones, it's different and very pretty.

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Robbie Robertson - Collectors Boxed Set promo materials by David Jordan Williams, via Behance

Must remember how lovely these would look in the window next winter. These would be fun to work up.