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    (This could be cool... Black hole?) Art League Houston Vortex House

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    Art League Houston Vortex House #art #wall #design

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    1# - 'Vortex House' was an Art Installation in Montrose, Houston, on a house awaiting demolition. Unfortunately, the house has already been torn down. Art League Houston Vortex House. *Inversion was a 2005 artwork by sculptors Dan Havel and Dean Ruck of Houston Alternative Art.

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