Electric Poles, Iceland - This cool company flawlessly transformed regular and boring electrical pylons into creative parts of the Icelandic landscape

Electric Poles, Iceland - This cool company flawlessly transformed regular and boring electrical pylons into creative parts of the Icelandic landscape

Installation artist: leandro erlich - as shown on blog: the jealous curator - The Swimming Pool at the 21st Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Japan - The Swimming Pool might be considered a place where, slowly, with time, different perspectives and perceptions of self and others all come to intersect.

leandro erlich… again (already) (The Jealous Curator)

Installation artist: leandro erlich - as shown on blog: the jealous curator - The Swimming Pool at the 21st Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Japan - The Swimming Pool might be considered a place where, slowly, with time, different perspectives and perceptions of self and others all come to intersect.

A sculpture of falling books by Alicia Martin. 25 Photos That Look Photoshopped But Aren’t | 22 Words

25 Photos That Look Photoshopped But Aren’t

A sculpture of falling books by Alicia Martin. 25 Photos That Look Photoshopped But Aren’t | 22 Words

Artist Doris Salcedo . Soooo awesome. My dream come true! Chairs!!!!! @melissa   thanks Desiree :)

Artist Doris Salcedo . Soooo awesome. My dream come true! Chairs!!!!! @melissa thanks Desiree :)

pens attached at the end of a willow tree. lines then being created onto a huge canvas

pens attached at the end of a willow tree. lines then being created onto a huge canvas

ARMAN "Long Term Parking", 1982, Dimensions: 1950 cm, Description : Accumulation of 60 automobiles in concrete. 19,5 m. Parc de sculpture Le Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, France

ARMAN "Long Term Parking", 1982, Dimensions: 1950 cm, Description : Accumulation of 60 automobiles in concrete. 19,5 m. Parc de sculpture Le Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, France

Giant Clothespin Sculpture located in Liege, Belgium: Sculpture designed by Turkish artist and professor Mehmet Ali Uysal-another really amazing illustration of taking an object that normally is small and making it monumentally large.

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