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Banksy’s Super Adorable But Horribly Sad “Sirens of the Lambs” Features Stuffed Animals Riding to Their Slaughter

Banksy’s Super Adorable But Horribly Sad “Sirens of the Lambs” Features Stuffed Animals Riding to Their Slaughter

We really can't decide whether to laugh or cry after watching this super adorable but simultaneously horribly sad video of British street artist Banksy's latest work. Called "The Sirens of the Lambs," the

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3D Printed Micro Planter Chess Set Lets You Strategize With Succulents

3D Printed Micro Planter Chess Set Lets You Strategize With Succulents

The Micro Planter Chess Set blends simple, strong, geometrical forms with nature. Inspired by the classic Bauhaus Chess Set, this 3D printed game allows people to integrate their favorite cacti,

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Levi’s ‘Make Our Mark’ Campaign Transforms Vintage Tech into Web-Enabled Devices

Levi’s ‘Make Our Mark’ Campaign Transforms Vintage Tech into Web-Enabled Devices

Each of the antique items were redesigned to communicate with a web interface. Raspberry Pi was chosen to be the brains inside the pieces, and everything was programmed in Python. Wi-fi modules were

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Kengo Kuma Creates a Temporary Pop-Up Shelter from Umbrellas

Kengo Kuma Creates a Temporary Pop-Up Shelter from Umbrellas

Presented as part of the 2008's Casa Per Tutti (House for All) exhibition, Casa Umbrella can be used as a pop-up shelter, temporary house, or emergency room. Its 160 square feet were created from 15

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The Woodmere Art Museum Brings a Harry Potter-Inspired Straw Bale Installation to Pennsylvania

The Woodmere Art Museum Brings a Harry Potter-Inspired Straw Bale Installation to Pennsylvania

The Woodmere Art Museum has just opened up their fourth annual straw bale installation to the public! The installation is a Chestnut Hill, PA tradition, kicking off the town's annual

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Rafael Viñoly’s Innovative Fortabat Museum Boasts a Retractable Roof That Syncs Up with the Sun

Rafael Viñoly’s Innovative Fortabat Museum Boasts a Retractable Roof That Syncs Up with the Sun

Located in an up-and-coming area of Buenos Aires called Puerto Madero, the Museo Fortabat opened its doors in 2008 after six years of construction. It was designed by prominent Uruguayan architect Rafael

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CANstruction Sculptures Made from Nearly 30,000 Cans of Food Fight Hunger in San Francisco

CANstruction Sculptures Made from Nearly 30,000 Cans of Food Fight Hunger in San Francisco

This year's CANstruction exhibition was part of the Architecture and the City Festival, and it was displayed in the atrium of the downtown Rincon Center, a popular lunch spot for office workers in San

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5 Awesome, No-Carve Ideas for Your Halloween Jack O’ Lantern!

5 Awesome, No-Carve Ideas for Your Halloween Jack O’ Lantern!

The Halloween season is here, and you've probably already seen pumpkins and gourds popping up everywhere. Carving a jack o' lantern is tradition in many families, but not everyone has the time (or talent)

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Ai Weiwei’s Stunning Forever Bicycles Installation is a 3D Labyrinth of 3,144 Bicycles

Ai Weiwei’s Stunning Forever Bicycles Installation is a 3D Labyrinth of 3,144 Bicycles

If you liked Ai Weiwei’s incredible Forever Bicycles installation at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM) in 2011, its recreation for this year’s La Nuit Blanche all-night culture festival in Toronto

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Eleonora Nicoletti’s Sculptural ‘Dancing Screen’ Uses Solar Power to Charge Electronic Devices

Eleonora Nicoletti’s Sculptural ‘Dancing Screen’ Uses Solar Power to Charge Electronic Devices

The Dancing Screen by Eleonora Nicoletti is a dynamic architectural installation that generates electric power from the sun. Nicoletti designed the screen as a charging point for passers-by to quickly

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Luzinterruptus Creates Colorful Fishing in Light Installation Using Borrowed Containers

Luzinterruptus Creates Colorful Fishing in Light Installation Using Borrowed Containers

For a week, Luzinterruptus traveled around the Spanish town borrowing plastic containers, taking note of the names of each original owner. Once 500 were collected, the installation process began. A sea of

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Amazing Willow Mushroom Sculptures Sprout in London’s Kew Gardens

Amazing Willow Mushroom Sculptures Sprout in London’s Kew Gardens

The artist consulted mycologists from Kew’s Fungiarium in order to study different fungi species and capture their unique characteristics. The steel and willow sculptures incorporate various spore

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Pumpkin Master Ray Villafane Carves Blue Squash Into Gruesome Faces

Pumpkin Master Ray Villafane Carves Blue Squash Into Gruesome Faces

Villafane is best known for his incredible zombie pumpkin carvings, which are intricately detailed down to rotting seed “teeth” and expertly detailed pumpkin flesh bodies. Already mastering the orange

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Ocupe Carrinho Transforms an Abandoned Car into a Yellow Submarine for World Car Free Day

Ocupe Carrinho Transforms an Abandoned Car into a Yellow Submarine for World Car Free Day

Ocupe Carrhino, or Occupy the Car, is a movement Carrelli began to address the blight of abandoned cars in the neighborhoods of São Paulo. Owning a car can be very expensive in São Paulo, so people

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Dindita Makes Gilded Goat Poop for Decor and Fertilizer

Dindita Makes Gilded Goat Poop for Decor and Fertilizer

They say you can’t polish a turd, but Dindita N. 1 begs to differ. The design company is now offering a line of unique decorations made with gilded, organic goat poop. Covered in 23K gold dust, the

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Artists Resurrect a Drive-in Movie Theater With Old Cars and Salvaged Materials

Artists Resurrect a Drive-in Movie Theater With Old Cars and Salvaged Materials

The Empire Drive-in was originally created to showcase Todd Chandler's film, Flood Tide. The artists wanted a venue that reflected the story's overall themes of creative reuse and finding value along the

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Nailed Succession Stool Made from 12,000 Staples is a Prickly Pincushion Seat

Nailed Succession Stool Made from 12,000 Staples is a Prickly Pincushion Seat

From afar, Farg & Blanche’s gorgeous stool looks round and plush. But on closer inspection 'Nailed Succession' could double as a torture device for the would-be sitter. Shown at the London Design

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‘Adios, Green Village’ Photographs Reveal the Hidden Lives of a Dying Shanghai Village

‘Adios, Green Village’ Photographs Reveal the Hidden Lives of a Dying Shanghai Village

Residents of Gubei are predominantly migrant workers. After gaining their trust, Mas began taking photos of them, but not without some hurdles: at first people were suspicious, asking him why he was not

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Giant LED Sun Travels Around the World to Light Up the Dark Winter Sky

Giant LED Sun Travels Around the World to Light Up the Dark Winter Sky

Two Norwegian artists are on a mission to bring sunlight to some of the darkest parts of the globe. Lisa Pacini and Christine Istad have created a huge LED sun sculpture that is 3 meters in diameter and

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400,000 Plastic Sandals Upcycled Into Colorful Oceanside Sculptures

400,000 Plastic Sandals Upcycled Into Colorful Oceanside Sculptures

Although ocean beaches are one of the most beautiful parts of nature, they're also the place we're most likely to come face to face with the ugly side of overconsumption. Beaches around the world are

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Park(ing) Day 2013: The Best Pop-Up Parks Across the States! [PHOTOS]

Park(ing) Day 2013: The Best Pop-Up Parks Across the States! [PHOTOS]

San Francisco, CA -- Interstice Architects go big every Park(ing) Day - and this year's park was no disappointment! The Park-a-licious Public Bubble is a huge inflatable structure filled with balloons and

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Florentijn Hofman Unveils Gigantic 150,000-Ton Pink Aardvark in the Netherlands!

Florentijn Hofman Unveils Gigantic 150,000-Ton Pink Aardvark in the Netherlands!

The huge animal figure was inspired by the aardvark-a nocturnal species indigenous to Africa that is also known as the “African antbear” or “anteater.” The Arnhem Zoo is the only place in The

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Gorgeous Wind Portal is Made of 5,000 Hand-Folded Paper Windmills

Gorgeous Wind Portal is Made of 5,000 Hand-Folded Paper Windmills

The location of the Wind Portal marks the transition point from the old part of the museum into the museum's new extension, the Daylit Gallery, which currently showcases fragments of the city during the

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Leandro Erlich Unveils Gravity-Defying Floating Room in France!

Leandro Erlich Unveils Gravity-Defying Floating Room in France!

As though it was ripped out of a building, the floating room was recently installed in Nantes, France, and has a wall that seems to be torn apart, revealing bricks, plaster and wood construction. The tiny

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Bosso Fataka Turns Trash into Playful Art Installations Across Berlin

Bosso Fataka Turns Trash into Playful Art Installations Across Berlin

The group has been collaborating since 2011 and their portfolio of waste artwork already includes an ambitious car hull suspended using 70 rolls of cling wrap between two walls. Lengths of plastic are

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Exhale: Mikyoung Kim’s Glowing Steel Serpent Breathes New Life into Chapel Hill

Exhale: Mikyoung Kim’s Glowing Steel Serpent Breathes New Life into Chapel Hill

Completed in April 2013, Mikyoung Kim Design's new art sculpture was unveiled as the main focal point of a new public plaza in downtown Chapel Hill. The misting sequence offers a welcome respite from hot

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Doug Aitken’s Station to Station is a Dazzling Art Festival Crossing the Country by Train!

Doug Aitken’s Station to Station is a Dazzling Art Festival Crossing the Country by Train!

Aitken designed the nomadic, site-specific art project in response to funding cuts faced by cultural programs and the arts across the nation. From September 6 to September 28, 2013, the train will travel

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Giant Neon Recycled Snails Will Invade Sydney’s Streets This Month

Giant Neon Recycled Snails Will Invade Sydney’s Streets This Month

This month, an invasion of snails will over take the streets of Sydney, but don't panic—these snails are not your common backyard pests. Giant, neon, and irresistibly fun, these colorful snails will be

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Greenpeace Unveils the World’s Largest Polar Bear – And It’s Bigger Than a Double-Decker Bus!

Greenpeace Unveils the World’s Largest Polar Bear – And It’s Bigger Than a Double-Decker Bus!

The three-ton marionette was created by Christopher Kelly and will be operated by  a team of over 15 puppeteers from the inside. 30 volunteers will help to haul the bear through London on a route that

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Sirènes Sylvestres Will Light Your Path Into the Woods But Not Back Out

Sirènes Sylvestres Will Light Your Path Into the Woods But Not Back Out

Sirènes Sylvestres, a progressive light path through the woods from Lab212 on Vimeo. Sirènes Sylvestres is an interactive installation that creates a progressive light path through the woods. Using

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