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Close up of Jules Verne Humachine. The Victorian era’s greatest authors and inventors who changed the world are transformed into the machines they Imagined to change the world... Again. | Steampunk Springfield: Re-Imagining an Industrial City

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An Insider’s Guide to New York City Museums

An insider's guide to the best museums in New York City

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Anything But Stony: Lovely Living Moss Sculptures

Robert Cannon’s living sculptures are full of life and movement thanks to the pieces of living moss he strategically places on the forms. The moss grows and changes while the stone stays as rigid and unmoving as always. The difference between the two materials is striking and lovely.

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New Colorful Ceramic Coral Reefs by Courtney Mattison

New Colorful Ceramic Coral Reefs by Courtney Mattison American artist Courtney Mattison (also attorney in the environment field) whose we talked about already on Fubiz continues to create amazing life-sized ceramic coral reefs that she hangs on walls. Through her work Our Changing Seas III she depicts this aquatic world with simple materials such as chopsticks and brushstrokes. Behind this project theres the will to fight against the pollution of nature and highlight its beauty. This…

Antonio Canova. Dancer 1812 Marble Hermitage (St Petersburg, Russian Federation)

Jason deCaires Taylor anchors his sculptures on the ocean floor, where they get colonized by seaweed, algae and coral, turning them into living reefs. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Meet the extraordinary Jackie Chan. He is currently the world’s most famous martial artist. As a director, producer, action choreographer, martial artist, comedian, singer, stunt performer and, most importantly, an actor, Jackie has stunned billions of movie goers worldwide with his martial arts and acrobatic movements. "I never wanted to be the next Bruce Lee. I just wanted to be the first Jackie Chan". Jackie Chan http://www.thextraordinary.org/jackie-chan

The national conversation on climate change is far too politicized to be productive; in this environment, the earnest presentation of facts and studies isn’t bringing the reality of rising seas home to people. Advocates who want to be effective have to get a little more creative…like a growing cadre of... [read more]

Spain House Museum St Rosa In the town of Viladrau in the Montseny Massif near Barcelona there is the most beautiful house museums in Catalonia. Estate called Santa Rosa with a land area of 1 ha. Is 45 minutes from the port of Blanes. The farm has trees around the world. Catalan art collections of more than 100 years: painting, sculpture, ceramics, furniture, etc. Polin its owner has put on sale for 3 million euros. Stakeholders: ghausmannt@gmail.com and Tel 0034 667 68 68 25

1760-1770 Wooden peg doll at the McCord Museum, Montreal - Looking at how this doll is dressed, I think it was a child's toy rather than a fashion pandora. It's dressed in a decidedly everyday manner.

Shiho Kanzaki is a Japanese anagama (wood fired) potter from Shigaraki, a town famous for its ceramic pottery that is now part of Koka City, east of Kyoto. Description from top10listland.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Spring Greening DIY Design Competition: Get Your Entries In!

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Babylonian Map 6th century B.C.E., How have our view of the world changed since then? | Coming of Age in Cartography: Evolution of the World Map | Amusing Planet

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The First Undersea Art Museum In The Atlantic: Swim Through Hundreds Of Life-Size Sculptures

Another angle of The Rubicon, a commentary on climate change and the world’s future

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Stunning Underwater Sculptures Help Marine Life (PHOTOS)

As time passes, artist Jason deCaires Taylor's art work develops biological growth, redefining the underwater landscape.

This large-scale ceramic coral reef sculptural installation is the third in Courtney Mattison's Our Changing Seas series. It was completed in March 2014 for Alumni Invitational 4 – its debut exhibition at the Tang Museum at Skidmore College in Saratoga Sp…