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Proceeds from Artist Eric Abel’s ‘Kelpafornia’ Prints will Benefit Ocean Cleanup Efforts

Proceeds from Artist Eric Abel’s ‘Kelpafornia’ Prints will Benefit Ocean Cleanup Efforts

Artist Erik Abel has released a set of eco-friendly prints to benefit Heal the Bay, a nonprofit that has been working to keep Southern California oceans and beaches clean for nearly 30 years. His latest

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Umea’s Spectacular Ice Block Sculptures Bring the Glory of the Northern Lights to Cities Across Europe

Umea’s Spectacular Ice Block Sculptures Bring the Glory of the Northern Lights to Cities Across Europe

Throughout the Caught by Umea exhibitions artists will create impermanent ice sculptures all over Europe. Giant blocks of ice will be placed in strategic locations around each city the exhibition visits,

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Sound Designer Diego Stocco Creates Incredible Music With Plants

Sound Designer Diego Stocco Creates Incredible Music With Plants

US-based composer, sound designer and performer Diego Stocco creates amazing music by recording the sounds of twigs, coconuts, almonds and bees! For his project Music from Nature, Stocco used tiny contact

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you&me Creates an Interactive Art Exhibit in Greece from Reclaimed Materials

you&me Creates an Interactive Art Exhibit in Greece from Reclaimed Materials

you&me collaborated with the Greek artist and sculptor, Dionysis Papadatos to create an interactive exhibition of his works at the Kryti Cultural Centre in Zakynthos, Greece. The exhibition explores

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Banksy’s Upcycled Sphinx Brazenly Stolen from Queens

Banksy’s Upcycled Sphinx Brazenly Stolen from Queens

arab spring, Banksy, banksy nyc, banksy sphinx, Better Out Than In, cinderblock sculpture, graffiti art, middle east, mobile installations, new york city, political art, Public Art, Queens, sphinx UK

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen Unveils Striking Pavilions at the Shanghai West Bund Biennial

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Unveils Striking Pavilions at the Shanghai West Bund Biennial

The Shanghai West Bund Biennial for Architecture and Contemporary Art asked Schmidt Hammer Lassen (along with some of China’s most respected architects and selected international architectural

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Sculptor George Sabra Transforms Discarded Cardboard into Figures for Environmental Change

Sculptor George Sabra Transforms Discarded Cardboard into Figures for Environmental Change

The great philosopher Macklemore said it best in his hit song “Thrift Store” that one man’s trash is another man’s come up. This statement rings particularly true for artist and sculptor George

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Jason Ruff Fashions Cool Sneakers from Recycled Cigarette Cartons

Jason Ruff Fashions Cool Sneakers from Recycled Cigarette Cartons

Branding is an art that disguises human desire and indulgence as necessity. To this end, artist Jason Ruff constructs high-end sneakers reminiscent of the 80's and 90's out of cigarette cartons to

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Anthony Howe’s Dazzling Kinetic Sculptures Come to Life with a Gust of Wind

Anthony Howe’s Dazzling Kinetic Sculptures Come to Life with a Gust of Wind

When static, Howe’s sculptures are impressive. Extremely detailed and made up of hundreds of tiny parts, the pieces appear like delicate metal infusions that are reminiscent of flower shapes, outer

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Eerie Aerial Photos Depict Villages Sunk During St. Lawrence Seaway Construction

Eerie Aerial Photos Depict Villages Sunk During St. Lawrence Seaway Construction

The St. Lawrence Seaway is a system of locks, canals and waterways that connect the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes in Canada. The 2342 mile international waterway project opened in 1950s included

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Artists Haas & Hahn Launch Kickstarter Campaign to Paint and Repair Rio de Janiero’s Favelas

Artists Haas & Hahn Launch Kickstarter Campaign to Paint and Repair Rio de Janiero’s Favelas

Haas & Hahn's murals are inspired by the beauty of the favelas poised on the hilltops of Rio de Janeiro. They see the project as an opportunity to improve social conditions while creating beautiful

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Roosegaarde’s Crystal LED Lights Can be Rearranged like ‘LEGOs from Mars’

Roosegaarde’s Crystal LED Lights Can be Rearranged like ‘LEGOs from Mars’

The gorgeous installation lit up a darkened gallery at the former Philips Physics Laboratory during Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven - a place significant for its role in the production of traditional

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Myriam Dion’s Delicate Newsprint Artwork Comments on the Fragility of the Newspaper Industry

Myriam Dion’s Delicate Newsprint Artwork Comments on the Fragility of the Newspaper Industry

Here at Inhabitat we love when artists reuse materials, but even more so when they incorporate elements of the materials into their designs. When Dion cuts these meticulous patterns and textured shapes

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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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