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Spectacular Land Art Sculptures Made From Sticks and Stones Reflect Natural Cycles

Spectacular Land Art Sculptures Made From Sticks and Stones Reflect Natural Cycles

Hill and Jones often build a semi-circle from natural materials and set it amidst a dazzling lake. Then they wait for the sun to hit at the right moment to create a perfect reflection that completes the

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Incredible Miniature Sculptures Carved From Pencil Tips

Incredible Miniature Sculptures Carved From Pencil Tips

Ghetti, who is originally from Brazil, uses his little lead canvases to explore all types of subjects. The image above depicts a part of his 26 pencil letter series - one pencil tip for each letter of

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Artists Transform Disused Bottles into Prophetic Art Works for ‘Message in a Bottle’ Exhibit

Artists Transform Disused Bottles into Prophetic Art Works for ‘Message in a Bottle’ Exhibit

“Message in a Bottle” asked 50 artists to use the ancient tradition of throwing a bottle into the sea as inspiration to convey their own messages. Each was asked to recycle a bottle of their choice,

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Urban Artist HOT TEA Transforms a Derelict Tennis Court With Miles of Colorful Yarn

Urban Artist HOT TEA Transforms a Derelict Tennis Court With Miles of Colorful Yarn

As part of a new series called Paid in Full, Colossal teamed up with the online t-shirt store Threadless to promote the creation of new art and tell the stories of amazing creatives working today. Their

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Artist Ian Strange Gives Homes Affected by the Christchurch Earthquake One Last Breath of Life

Artist Ian Strange Gives Homes Affected by the Christchurch Earthquake One Last Breath of Life

Strange began seeing the beauty in condemned homes during his first project Suburban, in which the artist transformed foreclosed homes across seven cities in the United States. Final Act picks up where

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Times Square to Host Playful Matchmaking Sculpture for Valentine’s Day

Times Square to Host Playful Matchmaking Sculpture for Valentine’s Day

New York's Times Square will soon play host to a Lovers (and wannabe lovers) from around the world will have a new public art piece to admire this Valentine's Day in Times Square thanks to Young

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The House That Jack Built: Olson Kundig Imagines a Cabin on Stilts High Above a Polluted Lake

The House That Jack Built: Olson Kundig Imagines a Cabin on Stilts High Above a Polluted Lake

"The House That Jack Built" imagines a stilted refuge house high above a fictional polluted lake. Designed by Olson Kundig Architects, the project was created by conceptual artist Jack Daws, who penned a

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Paulo Goldstein Transforms Discarded Items Into Dynamic Furniture for Central Saint Martins’ New Parlor

Paulo Goldstein Transforms Discarded Items Into Dynamic Furniture for Central Saint Martins’ New Parlor

“What if instead off adding one redistributes what is there already?” Based on his recent research into scarcity, Head of College Professor Jeremy Till commissioned Paulo Goldstein to rescue an

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Keiko Suzuki Creates Charming Collages with Pieces of Recycled Newspaper

Keiko Suzuki Creates Charming Collages with Pieces of Recycled Newspaper

Keiko Suzuki of Bless Hue carefully tears pieces of newspaper, such as advertisements and photos, and turns them into a whimsical works of art. To assemble each work, all she uses is water, starch glue,

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Massive Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Ice Palace Nears Completion in Upstate New York

Massive Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Ice Palace Nears Completion in Upstate New York

Ever year a crystalline palace rises proudly as a celebration of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival in upstate New York. The 10-day festival includes sports, performances, parades and spectacular

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Photographers Pierre Javell and Akiko Ida Transform Food into Fantasy in MINIMIAM

Photographers Pierre Javell and Akiko Ida Transform Food into Fantasy in MINIMIAM

Derived from a combination of the words for “miniature” and “yummy” in French, MINIMIAM invites the viewer into a fantastical world where eggs are mountains and doughnuts are a terrain in which to

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Cambodian-American Protester Sews Dollar Bills for 8 Hours Outside of an NYC H&M

Cambodian-American Protester Sews Dollar Bills for 8 Hours Outside of an NYC H&M

While other New Yorkers tried to minimize their time outdoors last week, Cambodian-American artist Kat Eng sat in front of an NYC H&M for a whopping 8 hours. With the goal of raising awareness for

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Fake Giant Rubber Duck Pops up in Abu Dhabi for a Pirated Visit

Fake Giant Rubber Duck Pops up in Abu Dhabi for a Pirated Visit

Last December a similar duck appeared on Dubai Creek. Turns out a company called GeoWash, which advertises a water-conserving mobile car wash device, installed the floating bird to generate awareness

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Breathtaking Macro Portraits of Bees by Sam Droege

Breathtaking Macro Portraits of Bees by Sam Droege

Droege has taken hundreds of photographs of insects from around the world. His macro portraits of bees from US National Parks allows for an up-close-and-personal view of what most often appears as a blur

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Ninety-Nine Failures Pavilion is Built from Ninja Star-Shaped Steel Pillows

Ninety-Nine Failures Pavilion is Built from Ninja Star-Shaped Steel Pillows

The Digital Fabrication Lab is an initiative founded by architect Kengo Kuma and Yusuke Obuchi to explore architectural innovations through experimentation. The third non-programmatic pavilion undertaken

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Paola Bazz Uses Recycled Materials to Make Her Three-Dimensional Collages Pop

Paola Bazz Uses Recycled Materials to Make Her Three-Dimensional Collages Pop

The use of recycled materials, such as printed-paper, cardboard, wood and plastic bottle tops, characterizes much of Paola Bazz's artistic production and is the central theme of her works. Bazz focuses

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Mind-Blowing Aquariums Look Like Underwater Forests, Deserts, and Gardens

Mind-Blowing Aquariums Look Like Underwater Forests, Deserts, and Gardens

If it weren’t for the tiny fish swimming around, one would think these gorgeous designs are huge real-life underwater landscapes. The aquascapes mimic small pine forests, zen gardens, canyons and desert

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Maximum City: Dizzying Images of Mumbai’s Sky-High Building Boom

Maximum City: Dizzying Images of Mumbai’s Sky-High Building Boom

A large number of Mumbai’s towers are designed by European architects. Dobrucka is interested in intercultural transfer and feels “that the architecture of the newly builds is ‘borrowed’ from

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Amazing Bonsai Tree Hobbit Hole is Fit for Frodo Baggins Himself

Amazing Bonsai Tree Hobbit Hole is Fit for Frodo Baggins Himself

Bonsai master Chris Guise combined his green thumb with his love for The Hobbit to create a miniature bonsai hobbit hole fit for The Lord of the Rings! The teeny tiny Bag End Bonsai is fit for Frodo

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Asif Khan’s Megaface Pinscreen Will Display Giant 3D Portraits of Visitors at the Sochi Olympics

Asif Khan’s Megaface Pinscreen Will Display Giant 3D Portraits of Visitors at the Sochi Olympics

Megaface will display three of the Games visitors' faces at a time, each measuring 20 x 26 feet.The images will change every 20 seconds and it is said that it will portray about 170,000 unique faces

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Colorful Ice Fort Makes the Most of Below Freezing Temps in Ontario

Colorful Ice Fort Makes the Most of Below Freezing Temps in Ontario

In December 2013, in Northwestern Ontario, temperatures averaged a daytime high of about -25 degrees celsius (-13 degrees fahrenheit) or colder for about 4 weeks in a row. The cold may have kept Marchand

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Bernhard Lang’s Staggering Aerial Photos Show Our Impact on the World

Bernhard Lang’s Staggering Aerial Photos Show Our Impact on the World

Lang began taking aerial photos when he realized that not many people were photographing the things he wanted to see. So he went up in an ultralight plane and hung outside of it to capture birds-eye

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Explore an Abandoned Catskills Resort That’s Been Beautifully Overgrown with Flora

Explore an Abandoned Catskills Resort That’s Been Beautifully Overgrown with Flora

Photograph taken for Gothamist by Pablo Maurer/@MLSist We don't know what Grossinger's Catskill Resort Hotel looked like in its heyday, but we think we might actually prefer the beautiful overgrown

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Forest Symphony Allows Humans to Hear Photosynthesis (Video)

Forest Symphony Allows Humans to Hear Photosynthesis (Video)

Ryuichi Sakamoto "ART-ENVIRONMENT-LIFE" from YCAM on Vimeo. Imagine being able to watch and listen to the process of photosynthesis. After the massive earthquake that shook Japan in 2011, Ryuichi

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David Thomas Smith’s Mind-Boggling Images Show Human Development From a Bird’s Eye View

David Thomas Smith’s Mind-Boggling Images Show Human Development From a Bird’s Eye View

Anthropocene is a term used to describe the era in which modern man has made an impact on the earth. While it's not an official term in the field of geology, there's no denying that we've put our big fat

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Orproject’s Shimmering Vana LED Installation Grows Like a Tree

Orproject’s Shimmering Vana LED Installation Grows Like a Tree

Orproject's Vana installation consists of four columns that stretch up to the gallery ceiling. The geometric perforations are controlled by a tensile system that bends and compresses the panels to create

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MoMA to Demolish Beloved Folk Art Museum Building Despite Public Outcry

MoMA to Demolish Beloved Folk Art Museum Building Despite Public Outcry

Photo: Yuka Yoneda for Inhabitat You might remember the public outcry that resulted this past spring when New York's Museum of Modern Art announced that it would be demolishing its American Folk Art

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Luke Jerram Sculpts World’s Most Deadly Viruses into Beautiful Glass Art

Luke Jerram Sculpts World’s Most Deadly Viruses into Beautiful Glass Art

Frustrated by the constant, inaccurate representations of viruses in textbooks and the media, Jerram was inspired to create his transparent and colorless Glass Microbiology series in 2004. To recreate

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Friends Use Recycled Cardboard Boxes to Build Amazing Life-Size Pirate Ship!

Friends Use Recycled Cardboard Boxes to Build Amazing Life-Size Pirate Ship!

Three creative eco-artists have built an incredible life-sized pirate ship out of recycled cardboard! Three Reddit-using friends named Josh, Mikey and Joel made the ghostly ship in just five days for what

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Mysterious Pink Ice Waterfall Pops Up in Manhattan Park

Mysterious Pink Ice Waterfall Pops Up in Manhattan Park

Photo: Nigel Chiwaya for DNAinfo The mystery of the pink ice waterfall? Residents of Inwood in upper Manhattan have been debating the cause of this colorful frozen cascade at Highbridge Park,

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