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Artemis, barefoot  by Frederike Fennema

Artemis, barefoot by Frederike Fennema

Graham Caldwell’s Prismatic Blown Glass Sculptures | Hi-Fructose Magazine

Brooklyn-based artist Graham Caldwell creates glass-based installations which explore issues about surveillance, threat and self-obsession. Using many separate glass parts, usually mounted to a wall by metal fastenings, Caldwell arranges the glass objects

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Altered Book Art by Brian Dettmer. The book lover in me is horrified at altering these books but the art is amazing!

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Artist Journal, Carbon Obscura, Lloyd Godman gosto desse jeito da luz vazar por algo, e se for uma luz azul ;) light through holes in a solid black sheet. love the light rays it makes -Ashley

the artist used fishing wire to suspend the twigs

Gravity-Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads German artist Cornelia Konrads creates mind-bending site-specific installations in public spaces, sculpture parks and private gardens around the world.

#sculpture + “Paz seja tua marca, e abençoados sejam teus frutos!  Será um ano de imensa paz!  Porque há pessoas como tu, que estão dispostas a isso! ” (Gi Stadnicki)  E todos os dias ficarei tão feliz que incomodarei os outros! O importante é incomodar... rs rs http://lucimarsbarreto.blogspot.com.br/2013/02/o-importante-e-incomodar.html?spref=fb Citações (livros filmes músicas) - esperança = humildade  Felicidade = sucesso sabedoria fé

This stunning piece of artwork erected by South African artist Marco Cianfanelli, stands on the spot where Nelson Mandela was arrested 50 years ago. The monument is constructed out of 50 separate steel bars to represent 50 years since the capture.

Chris Fraser creates awesome light installations using closed and dark spaces as a camera obscura and letting to enter the different li...

staceythinx: “ Chris Fraser creates dazzling light installations by turning a dark enclosed room into variation on a camera obscura. A precursor to the camera, the camera obscura is “a box or room.

Ohmy! How cool would it be to stumble across something like this out in the middle of nowhere? You'd have to stop, and sit, and try to figure out what was being said to you!

Sweater tree, from 'living with limits: a collection with nature' by David Govedore and Rachel Dolezal, photographed by Shawn Gust.

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