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Artist Kovaleva Anastasia Creates Van Gogh-Like Collages Using Natural Materials

Artist Kovaleva Anastasia Creates Van Gogh-Like Collages Using Natural Materials

Artist Kovaleva Anastasia uses found natural materials as a medium for her deeply imaginative and often very delicate artworks. To make her collages, she uses all sorts of natural and floral materials

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Amazing Botanical Sculptures Bring Fairytale Landscapes to Life in Montréal

Amazing Botanical Sculptures Bring Fairytale Landscapes to Life in Montréal

Mosaiculture is a horticultural art form that involves creating and mounting living artworks made mostly from plants. The colorful foliage, usually annuals and sometimes perennials, are combined with two-

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Heather Hart’s Western Oracle Installation in Seattle Looks Like a House Sinking into the Earth

Heather Hart’s Western Oracle Installation in Seattle Looks Like a House Sinking into the Earth

Overlooking Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park and Puget Sound, Heather Hart’s newest installation is a A-frame wood roof that visitors can climb and explore. It is the newest addition to a series of

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Andy Avalar Repurposes E-Waste to Create Colorful Recycled Artworks

Andy Avalar Repurposes E-Waste to Create Colorful Recycled Artworks

Artist Andy Avalar uses discarded computers, cables, and other forms of e-waste to create vibrant recycled artworks. Each piece repurposes various electronic components to shine a new light on materials

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JB Public Art’s Fish Bellies Installation Enchants with Stunning LED-Lit Forms

JB Public Art’s Fish Bellies Installation Enchants with Stunning LED-Lit Forms

Inspired by the biological diversity of the San Marcos River, JB Public Art recently installed their LED lighting sculpture, Fish Bellies, on the Texas State University campus. Mirroring the progress of

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Damien Labrousse Creates Amazing Jupiter Mission Control Room From 6000 LEGO Bricks

Damien Labrousse Creates Amazing Jupiter Mission Control Room From 6000 LEGO Bricks

LEGO builder extraordinaire Damien Labrousse recently unveiled an amazing replica of the French Space Agency's Jupiter Mission Control Room made from 6,000 toy bricks! The model was requested by the team

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Goncalo Mabunda Upcycles Weapons of the Mozambique Civil War into Beautiful Furniture

Goncalo Mabunda Upcycles Weapons of the Mozambique Civil War into Beautiful Furniture

Mozambican designer Gonçalo Mabunda’s gorgeous sculptural chairs, furniture and masks are made from upcycled guns. The artist transforms symbols of his country’s civil war-torn past, including

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The Ark: Green-Roofed Art Gallery Sails the Leeds & Liverpool Canal

The Ark: Green-Roofed Art Gallery Sails the Leeds & Liverpool Canal

The Ark was commissioned by the Exploring Landscapes program, and it is currently traveling along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. The long and lean manmade waterway first opened in 1816, when it was

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Belgian Art Collective Brings a Giant Beached Whale Sculpture to the River Thames

Belgian Art Collective Brings a Giant Beached Whale Sculpture to the River Thames

At first glance, and even on closer inspection, it's hard to tell that Belgian art collective Captain Boomer’s beached whale sculpture is actually art installation and not the real thing. The extremely

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Dan Corson’s Solar-Powered Sculptures in Portland, Oregon are Inspired by Quirky Tropical Plants

Dan Corson’s Solar-Powered Sculptures in Portland, Oregon are Inspired by Quirky Tropical Plants

The name of the pieces, Nepenthes, is also a Greek word for a magical potion that makes one forget all the pain and sorrow. Like the legendary medicine, the colorful LED sculptures are meant to provide a

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Pedro Reyes Creates an Orchestra of Mechanical Instruments from Upcycled Mexican Weapons

Pedro Reyes Creates an Orchestra of Mechanical Instruments from Upcycled Mexican Weapons

This isn't the first time that Pedro Reyes has made music from former weapons. Reyes’ first collection, Imagine, involved transforming 6,700 guns seized by the Mexican government and transformed them

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CLOUD CEILING: An Interactive Installation Made from Thousands of Upcycled Light Bulbs in Chicago

CLOUD CEILING: An Interactive Installation Made from Thousands of Upcycled Light Bulbs in Chicago

Brown and Wayne's CLOUD in Calgary was an illuminating temporary installation where visitors could pull on cords to turn CFL lights on and off. The playful light exhibit was made up of 6,000 upcycled

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Resinance: Art Installation Imitates Living Organisms by Responding to Touch

Resinance: Art Installation Imitates Living Organisms by Responding to Touch

One major difference between living organisms and manmade products is that living organisms respond and adapt to their surroundings. A team of students at CAAD in Zurich recently produced 'Resinance,' an

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Human Debris: Houston’s Trash-Filled Waterways Provide Fodder for Sculpture

Human Debris: Houston’s Trash-Filled Waterways Provide Fodder for Sculpture

Nothing is more disappointing for a nature photographer than finding piles of pollution while searching for inspiring new shots. Jeremy Underwoods turned his disappointment into a thought-provoking art

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Artist Berndnaut Smilde Creates Amazing Indoor Clouds

Artist Berndnaut Smilde Creates Amazing Indoor Clouds

It's looking rather cloudy inside. That's because Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde has the ability to create small, fluffy clouds indoors. He creates luminous masses of vapor that slowly float through rooms

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Australian Artist Creates Dream-like Creatures from Felt, Moss, Dirt and Twigs

Australian Artist Creates Dream-like Creatures from Felt, Moss, Dirt and Twigs

Australian artist Mylyn Nguyen first started her craft when she decided she wanted to give form to imaginary friends. She first drew some pictures of what they would look like, and then sculpted them from

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Chad Wright’s Sand Castle Suburb Symbolizes the Collapse of the American Dream

Chad Wright’s Sand Castle Suburb Symbolizes the Collapse of the American Dream

Chad Wright is a native of California, where one can find many sprawling subdivisions. "I was raised in Orange County—a sprawling suburb of Southern California built by disciples of Levittown. We lived

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E.T., De Niro and Harry Potter Make an Appearance at the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival in England

E.T., De Niro and Harry Potter Make an Appearance at the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival in England

The Weston Sand Sculpture Festival’s fragile works are incredibly detailed and beautifully crafted. This year the theme was  “Hollywood” and several sculptors from around the world gathered on the

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Post-Apocalyptic LEGO Ship Can Walk Around on Dry Land

Post-Apocalyptic LEGO Ship Can Walk Around on Dry Land

In a post-apocalyptic world a walking ship might appear commonplace - but for now, Jason Alleman's LEGO ship is a unique marvel. Alleman's steampunk-esque ship is modeled on Theo Jansen's gigantic

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Cornerstone Sonoma is a Showcase of World-Class Landscape Architecture in Northern California

Cornerstone Sonoma is a Showcase of World-Class Landscape Architecture in Northern California

White Cloud by Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot One of the most visually arresting installations at Cornerstone Sonoma is "White Cloud," which, contrary to its name, is an ominous dark cloud with shimmering

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PHOTOS: Crazy Yarnbombed Van by Olek Pops Up in Brooklyn

PHOTOS: Crazy Yarnbombed Van by Olek Pops Up in Brooklyn

We've seen our fair share of crazy crochet-wrapped objects, but this yarnbombed van by Olek might take the cake. The nimble-fingered yarntist covered the vehicle with her signature rainbow-camo print as

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Fashion Victims: Spanish Artist Protests Unethical Treatment of Garment Workers in Live Street Performance

Fashion Victims: Spanish Artist Protests Unethical Treatment of Garment Workers in Live Street Performance

This month, Spanish artist Yolanda Dominguez brought a stark representation of Bangladesh's horrific Rana Plaza building collapse to a packed shopping district in Milan with a "live" performance that

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Mark Reigelman’s Reading Nest in Cleveland is Built From 10,000 Discarded Wood Boards

Mark Reigelman’s Reading Nest in Cleveland is Built From 10,000 Discarded Wood Boards

Visually, the installation resembles both a forest and fowl. It symbolizes growth through knowledge and is designed as a fresh interpretation of the Griffin sculptures which can often be seen at the

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Jeroen Bisscheroux’s GINDS Lets You Eavesdrop On Passersby 100 Meters Away

Jeroen Bisscheroux’s GINDS Lets You Eavesdrop On Passersby 100 Meters Away

Jeroen Bisscheroux's GINDS is an art project that explores the sounds occurring within the borough of Amsterdam Zuid. The project is made up of of a series of double conical horns placed around various

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INTERVIEW: Artist R Nelson Parrish Talks About His Eye-Popping Bioresin Color/Fast Installation

INTERVIEW: Artist R Nelson Parrish Talks About His Eye-Popping Bioresin Color/Fast Installation

INHABITAT: How does the term Colorfast describe your latest show? R Nelson Parrish: The term Colorfast originally is a textile industry term derived at the beginning of the last century. It defines how a

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Vaulout & Dyèvre’s Insectopia Installations Look Like Densely-Populated Bug Hotels

Vaulout & Dyèvre’s Insectopia Installations Look Like Densely-Populated Bug Hotels

Intricate conglomerates of small wooden dwellings populate the parks of the 13th arrondissement in Paris and look like tiny futuristic insect hotels. From a distance, the structures look like pixelated

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Dewar’s Teams up With 80,000 Bees to Create a 3D Bottle Out of Honeycomb

Dewar’s Teams up With 80,000 Bees to Create a 3D Bottle Out of Honeycomb

3D printing has yielded some amazing products, like robohands and prosthetic legs, but now Dewar’s has discovered a whole new way to print in 3D. The whiskey maker recently enlisted the services of

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Nelson Minar Creates a Stunning Map Showing Every River in the US

Nelson Minar Creates a Stunning Map Showing Every River in the US

Graphic designer Nelson Minar has created a stunning map that shows every single river in the United States. All the water channels look like a network of veins and arteries that reach almost every point

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Nguyễn Hùng Cường Creates Strikingly Realistic Origami Animals

Nguyễn Hùng Cường Creates Strikingly Realistic Origami Animals

The origami master began folding at an early age, getting hooked at age five before developing a lifelong habit of making origami. At 10 he was already creating original origami designs, and then began

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Jozef Mrva Creates Spooky Shamanic Masks with Recycled Cardboard

Jozef Mrva Creates Spooky Shamanic Masks with Recycled Cardboard

Nietzsche-influenced freethinker and artist Jozef Mrva sees his work as an experiment in ritualistic expression. His recycled cardboard masks take after animals and invite people to immerse themselves

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