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Melted Superman by artists Eric Foenander and Steve Lawler Some "Man of Steel"
Incredible art piece created by Mojoko and Eric Foenander. Titled "No One Can Save Us Now" is in the front lawn of the Singapore Art Museum.
Currently on display until April 15th, 2012 at the Singapore Art Museum is a large sculpture of a melted Superman titled “No One Can Save Us Now.” The piece was created by artists Eric Foenander and Mojoko as part of the exhibition: The Singapore Show: Future proof. The piece is a comment on current global warming conditions and the un-optimistic view that there is little hope for the future.
Mojoko and Eric Foenander #superman #art #sculpture
The Kiss of Death in Barcelona’s Poblenou Cemetery. 1930. White marble. Attributed to Jaume Barba, but possibly created by Joan Fontbernat.
Made in China: A Portrait Using 5,500 Toy Soldiers by Joe Black
Alice in Wonderland Paper Sculpture by Papernoodle
Madagascar. Standing Figure (Aloalo) with Superstructure, Mahafaly people // The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Summer, ca. 1775–85. French. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Charles C. Paterson, 1982 (1983.72.15)
Installation by Ghanaian artist El Anatsui (b.1944) at the Brooklyn Museum (2013). via Garrett Ziegler on flickr
At the Museum of Visionary Art, Baltimore.... #bird #mosaic
Amedeo Modigliani (Italian, 1884–1920). Woman's Head, 1912. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Mr. and Mrs. Klaus G. Perls Collection, 1997 (1997.149.10) #noses #Connections
Entry display, Museum of Communication in Frankfurt
Artist Ai Weiwei's "Cube Light" was featured as part of his “Ai Weiwei: According to What?” installation at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C. (via Arch daily; photo: Cathy Carver)
Henri Matisse, Geraniums, 1915
Kouros, 1944–45 Isamu Noguchi (American, 1904–1988) Marble; H. 117 in. (297.2 cm), base: D. 34 1/8 in. (86.7 cm), W. 42 in. (106.7 cm)