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Tom Fruin has unveiled his newest kaleidoscopic structural installation 'watertower'. The brooklyn artist has built a 25 by 10 foot tall water tank formed from nearly colorful salvaged plexiglass pieces gathered from all over NYC.

Watertower, una obra del artista de Brooklyn Tom Fruin. Esta en la azotea del edificio del 20 de Jay Street, en DUMBO, Brooklyn. Al fondo, el Puente de Manhattan

A Mondrian-inspired water tower glows like a jewel along the NYC Skyline. Tom Fruin - plexiglass and steel

Kjeragbolten boulder wedged in a mountain crevice in the Kjerag mountains in Norway. #KEEN #take10

Kjeragbolten boulder wedged in a mountain crevice in the Kjerag mountains in Norway. I really want to do this but I don't think I can. It looks terrifying! Would you do it? No way!

LES MOUVEMENTS DES KAYAKISTES RÉVÉLÉS GRÂCE À DES LED : Stephen Orlando

Les mouvements des kayakistes révélés grâce à des LED

Ontario-based photographer Stephen Orlando is fascinated with human movement and uses programmable LED light sticks attached to kayak paddles, people, racquets, and other objects to translate that movement into photographic light paintings.

I always thought it would be cool to have a travel themed guest room with a world map. Every visitor could pin the spots they've visited. :)

WANDERLUST- I've been wanting to make a pin map forever! I really like the map shown in this picture!

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Luzinterruptus Plastic Garbage - The Luzinterruptus ‘Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum’ is an attempt to raise environmental awareness when it comes to waste.

tom fruin has unveiled his newest kaleidoscopic structural installation 'watertower' as the premiere work completed in the united states  for his series 'icon'. the brooklyn artist has built a 25 by 10 foot tall water tank formed from nearly 1,000 colorful salvaged plexiglass  pieces gathered from all over NYC. the work has been constructed atop building 20 jay street, near the east river waterfront in brooklyn.

Brooklyn artist Tom Fruin has built a 25 by 10 foot tall "stained glass" water tower formed from nearly colorful salvaged plexiglass pieces gathered from all over NYC.

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