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VIDEO: Voice Tunnel Illuminates Inside of NYC’s Park Avenue Tunnel with Interactive Light Show

VIDEO: Voice Tunnel Illuminates Inside of NYC’s Park Avenue Tunnel with Interactive Light Show

While it may look like the inside of a 90s nightclub, the stroberiffic scene you see above is actually the inside of New York City's Park Avenue Tunnel. This Saturday, the 17th, will be the final time

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Tomas Saraceno’s Solar Bell Sculpture Explores the Concept of Flying Buildings

Tomas Saraceno’s Solar Bell Sculpture Explores the Concept of Flying Buildings

The Solar Bell sculpture follows a series of work through which Saraceno explored the concept of levitating buildings and the interplay between wind and sound. His Cloud City project - a network of

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Artist Packs Gourmet 12-Course Meal Into a Can; Willy Wonka Approves

Artist Packs Gourmet 12-Course Meal Into a Can; Willy Wonka Approves

Artist Chris Godfrey is fed up with processed food. As a commentary on the state of our food system, Godfrey created a 12-course meal from local, organic and artisanal food - and then he packed it into a

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Artist Etches Beautiful Beach Calligraphy into South African Sands

Artist Etches Beautiful Beach Calligraphy into South African Sands

Andrew van der Merwe says that he is particularly interested in pre-colonia and colonial script, and that most of his beach art is an assemblage of meaningless symbols and words. There's even a word for

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Australia’s Enchanting Pod Playground is Inspired by Its Natural Surroundings

Australia’s Enchanting Pod Playground is Inspired by Its Natural Surroundings

Recently opened in Canberra, this magnificent playground is meant to be enjoyed by both kids and adults. The playground draws its forms directly from the trees of the arboretum, and the structures

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Endless Stair Installation Outside Tate Modern in London Can Be Continuously Reconfigured

Endless Stair Installation Outside Tate Modern in London Can Be Continuously Reconfigured

The surreal Endless Stair installation is a hardwood structure designed for this year’s London Design Festival. Commissioned by AHEC (American Hardwood Export Council) and designed in collaboration

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Jillian Salik Carves Ornate Baroque Frames from Cardboard

Jillian Salik Carves Ornate Baroque Frames from Cardboard

The Baroque period is known for its hugely ornate, filigreed adornments in its architecture and interiors. The time and skilled craftsmanship required to create the flowers, leaves, and scrolls is

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Crochet Queen Olek Yarn Bombs Entire Train in Just Two Days

Crochet Queen Olek Yarn Bombs Entire Train in Just Two Days

Photo by Olek Polish-born Olek is internationally acclaimed for her large-scale artworks and is most notable for crocheting her entire studio apartment, her full-body yarn suits, and for stitching a

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Kerry Miller Dissects Antique Books in Order to Release the Images Inside

Kerry Miller Dissects Antique Books in Order to Release the Images Inside

Books may soon be seen as bygone relics of the past. Libraries are going digital, and novels and textbooks are increasingly finding themselves represented on tablets and computers. In order to reimagine

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Artists Repurpose SRAM Bike Parts into Fantastical Sculptures to Benefit Charity

Artists Repurpose SRAM Bike Parts into Fantastical Sculptures to Benefit Charity

The SRAM pART Project in Park City, UT is the fourth incarnation of the bike part sculpture charity auction, which was also held in Chicago, New York City, and Salt Spring Island in British Columbia.

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Mark Powell Creates Incredible Illustrations on Found Love Letters and Newspapers from Centuries Ago

Mark Powell Creates Incredible Illustrations on Found Love Letters and Newspapers from Centuries Ago

Currently on show at Hang-Up Gallery in London, Drawing on History is the enigmatic exhibition of artist Mark Powell. Using nothing but a simple Biro pen, Powell creates incredibly detailed portraits of

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Ralf Sander’s World Saving Machine Uses Solar Energy to Create Ice!

Ralf Sander’s World Saving Machine Uses Solar Energy to Create Ice!

The World Saving Machine III is an incredible sculpture that transforms solar energy into ice – literally, as well as (on a larger scale) metaphorically. The project was installed at the Seoul Museum of

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A “Favelous” Restaurant Pops Up at the Mediamatic Fabrique Art Space in Amsterdam

A “Favelous” Restaurant Pops Up at the Mediamatic Fabrique Art Space in Amsterdam

What can you make out of 900 meters of split bamboo, 600 meters of black rope and 300 meters of damaged bicycle tires collected from the local stores? The Favelous team made a pop-up restaurant in

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Snugbury’s Ice Cream Constructs a Giant Straw Bale Dalek in the UK

Snugbury’s Ice Cream Constructs a Giant Straw Bale Dalek in the UK

Nerd Alert! Doctor Who fanatics know it's the 50th Anniversary of the Doctor traveling through time to save the world. And what better way to celebrate than to build a giant working Dalek. For years,

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LightRails: Dark Alabama Underpass Springs to Life With a Rainbow of LED Lights

LightRails: Dark Alabama Underpass Springs to Life With a Rainbow of LED Lights

The 18th Street underpass features delicate Art Deco architectural details, and passes through the popular Railroad Park in Birmingham. It connects two major areas of the city, the Parks District and the

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Ohio Professors Remediate Streams to Turn Toxic Runoff into Vibrant Paint Pigments

Ohio Professors Remediate Streams to Turn Toxic Runoff into Vibrant Paint Pigments

When heavy metals leach out of Ohio's abandoned coal mines, the sulfide minerals acidify the water and turn streams into sites of slimy toxic sludge, killing fish and destroying ecosystems. Ohio

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Beer Can House: Texas Home Made with 50,000 Cans Now a Designated Landmark

Beer Can House: Texas Home Made with 50,000 Cans Now a Designated Landmark

Milkovisch was born during the Depression, so was taught at a young age to always reuse and repurpose whatever was brought into the house. Saving old cans in the attic, he got the idea to repurpose them

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Nikolay Polissky Creates Massive ‘Beaubourg’ Sculpture Using Traditional Basket Weaving Techniques

Nikolay Polissky Creates Massive ‘Beaubourg’ Sculpture Using Traditional Basket Weaving Techniques

In the land art tradition, Nikolay Polissky's massive Beaubourg sculpture is made from natural materials, and it provides a commentary on the intersection of nature and human culture. Using

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Three-Year-Old Budding Photographer Displays Incredible Work at Nigerian Gallery

Three-Year-Old Budding Photographer Displays Incredible Work at Nigerian Gallery

The majority of child prodigies have, at least, made it past kindergarten. But in the case of three-year-old Onafujiri Remet, better known as "Fuji", his creative skills have garnered attention and

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Artist Keri Muller Creates Beautiful Wall Installations from Old Books

Artist Keri Muller Creates Beautiful Wall Installations from Old Books

Keri Muller's artworks and installations stand out for their beautiful forms, and the fact that they've been made from books and other debris salvaged from the recycling pile. "I try to give the books

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Can City Recycles Aluminum Cans From the Streets of Sao Paulo Into Furniture!

Can City Recycles Aluminum Cans From the Streets of Sao Paulo Into Furniture!

Design collaborative Studio Swine has created Can City - an amazing collection of furniture made almost entirely from aluminum cans salvaged on the streets of São Paulo. Azusa Murakami and Alexander

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Honeycomb Vase Designer Claims Dewar’s Whiskey Campaign Exploits His Work

Honeycomb Vase Designer Claims Dewar’s Whiskey Campaign Exploits His Work

Slovakian designer Tomáš Libertíny claims that a creative agency from New York is exploiting two of his trademark projects -- 2007 Honeycomb Vase which is part of the MOMA collection, and The

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Red Hong Yi Transforms Colorful Flower Petals into Exotic Birds

Red Hong Yi Transforms Colorful Flower Petals into Exotic Birds

Red Hong Yi decided to experiment with using just one material for an entire month, choosing fragile flowers for her medium. Inspired by the shape of each tiny petal and the notion that together they

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Henrique Oliveira’s Organic Sculptures Made from Reclaimed Wood Symbolize Sao Paulo’s Favelas

Henrique Oliveira’s Organic Sculptures Made from Reclaimed Wood Symbolize Sao Paulo’s Favelas

Using reclaimed wood from fences surround Sao Paulo’s construction sites, Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira created an art installation that seems to grow out of walls, columns and girders of the

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Wallflowers: Colorful Eco-Friendly Prints Bring Art to Any Space

Wallflowers: Colorful Eco-Friendly Prints Bring Art to Any Space

Wallflowers are self-adhesive, ultra high-quality photographic prints that introduce art into a space in a big way. They're easy to apply and remove, washable with a damp sponge, and printed in the USA

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Alice Kim’s Plant Pregnancy Vest Lets You Provide Special Care for Seedlings

Alice Kim’s Plant Pregnancy Vest Lets You Provide Special Care for Seedlings

Is it a girl? A boy? What about a vegetable? Proud green thumbs can now lavish special attention onto their leafy friends with Alice Kim's Plant Pregnancy vest and stroller. The design student from

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Courtesy of Nature: Temporary Gallery Space Frames Nature as Art

Courtesy of Nature: Temporary Gallery Space Frames Nature as Art

Courtesy of Nature is a contextual art installation by Anouk Vogel and Johan Selbing that frames existing plant life within a gallery-like space. Instead of creating a new object to be placed on existing

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Giant Chrome T-Rex Skeleton Rises on the Banks of the River Seine

Giant Chrome T-Rex Skeleton Rises on the Banks of the River Seine

Paris is famed for its art - after all, it's home to the Louvre and works such as the Mona Lisa. But you know what the city has always lacked? A four-meter-tall Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. That is, until

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Shimmering 12-Foot-Tall LEGO Replica of One World Trade Center Unveiled in New York

Shimmering 12-Foot-Tall LEGO Replica of One World Trade Center Unveiled in New York

One World Trade Center isn't expected to be complete until 2014, but here's some news that should tide us over for a bit while we wait. Last week, Westchester's LEGOLAND Discovery Center unveiled a nearly

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Artist Kevin LCK Creates Detailed Dioramas Inside Cardboard Models of Electronics

Artist Kevin LCK Creates Detailed Dioramas Inside Cardboard Models of Electronics

Engaging with technology at times can feel like an automatic and mundane interaction. Kevin LCK crafts everyday appliances and devices and endows them with an inner life. "I seeked to detach the

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