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Humannature: Craig Walsh’s Video Projections Transform Trees into Spooky Glowing Faces

Humannature: Craig Walsh’s Video Projections Transform Trees into Spooky Glowing Faces

Australia-based artist Craig Walsh has been projecting human faces onto trees across the globe, from Havana to Japan’s Fuji Rock, London’s Hyde Park, Adelaide and Singapore, to name a few. Projecting

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Czech Artist Kristof Kintera Turns Mundane Objects Into Absurd and Extraordinary Sculptures

Czech Artist Kristof Kintera Turns Mundane Objects Into Absurd and Extraordinary Sculptures

Kristof Kintera's recycled sculptures distort reality and show even the most ordinary household items in a new light. He embraces a wide variety of objects as his materials, experimenting with alternate

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Los Angeles’ First Parklet Opens on York Boulevard in Highland Park

Los Angeles’ First Parklet Opens on York Boulevard in Highland Park

The new parklet measures 20 feet long by about 6 feet wide, according to The Eastsider, and it cost about $30,000 to assemble. The mini park features redwood decking, some planters that are filled with

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Tammam Azzam Recreates Klimt’s ‘The Kiss’ on War-Torn Building in Syria

Tammam Azzam Recreates Klimt’s ‘The Kiss’ on War-Torn Building in Syria

Syrian artist Tammam Azzam has created this beautiful and haunting mural on the side of a half-destroyed building in Syria. The artist reproduced Gustav Klimt's 'The Kiss', incorporating sections of the

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Lumière au Chocolate: A Delectable LED Lamp Made From Chocolate!

Lumière au Chocolate: A Delectable LED Lamp Made From Chocolate!

Swedish designer Alexander Lervik has created Lumière au Chocolate - a delectable LED lamp made of chocolate that slowly melts to let light filter through. Lervik worked with the Scandinavian LED

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Artist Tadashi Kawamata Stacks Hundreds of Chairs Into a 20-Foot-High Sculpture

Artist Tadashi Kawamata Stacks Hundreds of Chairs Into a 20-Foot-High Sculpture

Born in Hokkaido, Japan, Kawamata has been featured in important international events from a very young age. He creates smashing art installations using scrap materials and repurposed objects like

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Artist Jad Melki Sculpts Mattress Springs Into Words of Love

Artist Jad Melki Sculpts Mattress Springs Into Words of Love

When a loved one is absent, we long for solace and connection through photos, writing, and memories. In “La Chaleur de L’amour & la Beauté des Paroles” (The Warmth of Love & the

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13 Gravity-Defying Sculptures Made from Food Cans at Canstruction 2013!

13 Gravity-Defying Sculptures Made from Food Cans at Canstruction 2013!

Despite being delayed by Hurricane Sandy, our favorite can-tastic event is back in New York City with a slew of gravity-defying sculptures made of cans! The 20th annual Canstruction competition invited

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Matt Hope’s ‘Breathing Bike’ Creates Clean Air in Polluted Beijing as it Rides

Matt Hope’s ‘Breathing Bike’ Creates Clean Air in Polluted Beijing as it Rides

Riding a bicycle is normally a healthy alternative to driving a gas-guzzling vehicle. But in places like Beijing where air pollution is hitting record levels, keeping yourself separated from the deadly

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Alexis Arnold Turns Classic Books Into Crystalline Geological Sculptures

Alexis Arnold Turns Classic Books Into Crystalline Geological Sculptures

American sculptor Alexis Arnold is growing crystals on classic novels. Crime and Punishment, The Catcher in the Rye and The Complete Book of Houseplants are just some of the iconic works that she's turned

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Artist Tony Plant Creates Epic Sand Etchings on England’s Beaches Using Only a Rake!

Artist Tony Plant Creates Epic Sand Etchings on England’s Beaches Using Only a Rake!

Tony Plant has been using the beach as his canvas for over twenty years. The surfer, environmental artist, and photographer creates these large scale sand etchings simply for the delight of  beach bums

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Farwaste’s 30,000 Pizzas Turns Reclaimed Tomato Cans Into a Bunker

Farwaste’s 30,000 Pizzas Turns Reclaimed Tomato Cans Into a Bunker

Everyday, restaurants and pizzerias of Turin use approximately 14,900 tomato cans, resulting in 5 millions cans per year doomed to be left in a landfill. 30,000 Pizzas is an art installation and bunker

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Asif Farooq’s Incredible Gun Sculptures are Created from Recycled Cardboard

Asif Farooq’s Incredible Gun Sculptures are Created from Recycled Cardboard

At Inhabitat, we love when artists create symbolic works of art using recycled materials. Here, Asif Farooq constructs these incredibly precise gun replicas using only reused cardboard. The gun

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Roeland Otten Camouflages Ugly Public Utilities with Giant Photographic Installations

Roeland Otten Camouflages Ugly Public Utilities with Giant Photographic Installations

From afar, passersby may not notice Otten’s awesome photographic installations at all. Taken from the same vantage points at which they are mounted, each side of his photographic coverings depict the

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Colorful Carpet Made From Thousands of Digital Watches by Heidi Voet

Colorful Carpet Made From Thousands of Digital Watches by Heidi Voet

Wristwatches were once a necessity, but now they're entering the realm of novelty - more often than not, when you ask someone for the time they check their smartphone instead. In her installation Is six

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Loopcamp: Giant Musical Recycled Paper Cylinders Rise From The Dusty Desert Plain at Burning Man

Loopcamp: Giant Musical Recycled Paper Cylinders Rise From The Dusty Desert Plain at Burning Man

Black Rock City is carefully organized in a giant semi-circle with grid rows that all face the open desert, and the scene of the final burning event. Malka Architecture installed their recycled cylinders,

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Print a Giant Wall Mural of Your Own Design Using PIXERS

Print a Giant Wall Mural of Your Own Design Using PIXERS

Straight from the EU, PIXERS is a cool, new online store that can help you print up customized wall decor in any size. Whether you are looking for something that simply suits your style, like forest

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Artist Pavel Sinev Creates Electro-Art Sculptures From Coiled Electrical Cables

Artist Pavel Sinev Creates Electro-Art Sculptures From Coiled Electrical Cables

Bulgarian artist Pavel Sinev creates amazing sculptures by tightly coiling electrical cables into the form of skulls, puppies, and all sorts of shoes. Each of Sinev's electro-art sculptures is made from a

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Street Artist Hyuro to Turn Copenhagen Street into Denmark’s Longest Artwork

Street Artist Hyuro to Turn Copenhagen Street into Denmark’s Longest Artwork

Danish authorities decided that a long street in Copenhagen needed a makeover, so they hired Spanish artist Hyuro to transform the corridor into the nation's longest piece of street art! Once completed,

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Dennis Maher Transforms His Home into a Living Art Exhibition of Found Objects

Dennis Maher Transforms His Home into a Living Art Exhibition of Found Objects

Maher is the current artist-in-residence at Buffalo’s Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the city’s main art museum. Also an assistant professor of architecture, Maher has dedicated his artistic side to

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INFRA: Artist Chris Shen Transforms 625 Old Remote Controls into a Giant Glowing TV

INFRA: Artist Chris Shen Transforms 625 Old Remote Controls into a Giant Glowing TV

The television remote control changed households around the world by enabling lazy couch potatoes to flip through the stations while seated. However many remotes have become obsolete as modern technology

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Photographer Menno Aden Captures Tiny Space Living with a Bird’s-Eye View

Photographer Menno Aden Captures Tiny Space Living with a Bird’s-Eye View

Using tripods, monopods, or even a boom to get the proper height, the photographer employs a wide angle lens to capture the room in its entirety. The perspective renders the tiny living areas as flat, two

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Hundreds of Discarded Books Spew From the Windows of the Hague’s Meermanno Museum

Hundreds of Discarded Books Spew From the Windows of the Hague’s Meermanno Museum

Foreign comic books, romantic novels, heavy encyclopedias and children’s schoolbooks are all part of Alicia Martín bizarre creations. Martin’s latest work at the Museum Meermanno is a monumental book

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PHOTOS: Anne Militello’s Light Cycles LED Art Installation Unveiled at the World Financial Center

PHOTOS: Anne Militello’s Light Cycles LED Art Installation Unveiled at the World Financial Center

This year, winter in NYC will be all the more beautiful with this stunning new light installation by artist Anne Militello located in Brookfield Place World Financial Center. Opened just last night,

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Amsterdam’s Light Festival Sets the City Aglow With Magical LED Installations

Amsterdam’s Light Festival Sets the City Aglow With Magical LED Installations

With plenty of brilliant works from both Dutch and international artists, the forty-four day-long Light Festival offers a great excuse to visit the charming Dutch city. One of the event’s main features

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Ambius’ Beautiful Green Wall at Queens University of Charlotte Features a Double-Helix Design

Ambius’ Beautiful Green Wall at Queens University of Charlotte Features a Double-Helix Design

In line with the university’s commitment to green design, Queens University of Charlotte unveiled a 735 square-foot green wall on the exterior of the school’s brand-new Rogers Science and Health

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Tokyo’s Fab Café Serves Up Coffee and Laser-Cut Designs While You Wait

Tokyo’s Fab Café Serves Up Coffee and Laser-Cut Designs While You Wait

There is a wonderful little place in Tokyo’s bustling Shibuya where you can have a cup of coffee and laser-cut your own design. Called Fab Café — which stands for both fabulous and fabrication —

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LEGO PancakeBot Pushes the Boundaries of Brunch Technology

LEGO PancakeBot Pushes the Boundaries of Brunch Technology

If you love pancakes but hate making them, then the LEGO PancakeBot is your dream come true. Designed by Miguel Valenzuela, the LEGO robot pushes the boundaries of brunch technology by using an X and Y

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