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The tiny, lovely little world of Duesseldorf based artist Sabine Timm.

the teeny tiny world of german artist sabine timm. Hands can make tiny things

http://manoswelt.blogspot.de/2012/09/kunstschachteln-241-247.html

boxes of little things - mano k. art boxes, all of august 2012

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KE exhibition at "Den Frie" Artist: Nana Rosenørn Holland Bastrup sunday afternoon autumn outside - long shadows behind the the sun More info: denfrie.php/en/exhibitions/current-exhbition.html cataloque:

I like this. Could do my Sorry Sam Outa Luck cartoon strip like this :)

Be Brave - Be Bold {Decorating with Drama}

This is an art installation, but a trip to the thrift store for frames, a ball of twine, and some pages pulled from an art book and you've DIY 'd this!Why not use family pictures for an unusual photo display

This very rare doll from the early nineteenth century demonstrates a very innovative design for its day: a spoked wheel of legs which allow the doll to ‘walk’ when it is pushed across the floor. The doll would have originally been costumed in a long dress to hide the leg mechanism, so only two walking feet would have shown at a time.

Something about this doll resonates inside my heart of Edward-Gorey-and-Tim-Burton hearts. Rare early nineteenth century walking doll with eight legs that rotate like a wheel.

Dalston House by Leandro Erlich is an art installation in London with a mirror that creates the illusion of people climbing walls.

Leandro Erlich is an amazing installation artist from Argentina. This work, titled Bâtiment. This facade was placed on the floor {at a group show in Paris}, with a huge mirror positioned above it at a 45 degree angle .

Plástico de burbujas inyectado con pintura! Diseño de letras especiales para la portada de la revista WIRED características Unido.

fill bubble wrap with different colors of paint and let kids have a paint party and pop the bubbles! Cute and fun idea! Or make a cute sign for a wall.and don't pop the bubbles.of paint .

bless {artist Soasig Chamaillard}:

French artist Soasig Chamaillard has filled the pews with a few very recognizable pop icons including My Little Mary, Super Mary and of course, my favorite, Hello Mary.

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