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Do Ho Suh's Cause & Effect

Do Ho Suh’s ‘Cause & Effect’: A Vortex of Little Orange Men. This giant tornado of piggybacked men is an installation by Korean artist Do Ho Suh that is currently on display at Western Washington University.

30.000 pulular polillas de papel

Black Cloud: Carlos Amorales Adorns Gallery Walls with Thousands of Black Paper Moths paper multiples installation butterflies Saved on August 2012 am

Instalação “Skin 2”, de Mehmet Ali Uysal. #installationart #installation…

I WANT one in my garden: Giant wooden clothes peg in Chaudfontaine Park in Belgium by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal


Sculpture By Chen Wenling. This sculpture “What You See Might Not Be Real” is made by Chinese artist Chen Wenling. It depicts the Ponzi schemer (Bernard Madoff) as bull, devil who has sentenced to 150 yeas in prison. The bull that looks strong and is .

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Amazing portraits made out of screws by Andrew Myers. Using the different depth of screw on the wall that show the portraits are very real. I can see the emotion on his face. It is hard work with meaningful and creative.

Les incroyables installations de Sakir Gökcebag artiste Turc- Journal du Design - Comme de la dentelle ou un tissu précieux, il magnifie le papier toilette, lui donnant une nouvelle dimension et jouant aussi bien avec le rouleau qu’avec les guirlandes…

Les incroyables installations de Sakir Gökcebag

Turkish artist Sakir Gökcebag - making installations out of rolls of toilet paper - bravo!: Turkish artist Sakir Gökcebag - making installations out of rolls of toilet paper - bravo!

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Funny pictures about Unbelievable Sculptures. Oh, and cool pics about Unbelievable Sculptures. Also, Unbelievable Sculptures.

Another of Janet Echelman’s urban sculpture

Artist Janet Echelman reshapes urban airspace with monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight. This sculpture is suspended in downtown Phoenix, AZ.