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The Morpholio Project Releases the Trace 2.0 App for Digital Creative Collaboration

The Morpholio Project Releases the Trace 2.0 App for Digital Creative Collaboration

Digital tools work best when they allow for ease of use, collaboration, and creativity. The Morpholio Project recently announced the release of Trace 2.0, an update to their original concept released in

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Stunning LEGO Rivendell Replica is Built with Over 200,000 Bricks!

Stunning LEGO Rivendell Replica is Built with Over 200,000 Bricks!

To capture the likeness and detail of Elrond’s Elvish realm, Finch and Frank spent hours watching the Lord of the Rings movie frame by frame to figure out how each of the buildings fit together. Like

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Hans Kotter Makes Brilliant Light Installations With LEDs

Hans Kotter Makes Brilliant Light Installations With LEDs

Kotter crosses photography, sculpture and technology to create glowing installations that give physical form to light. In a constant exploration of new materials and techniques, he creates visually

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Stone Plane Crash Tribute Emerges from Desert, is Visible from Google Earth

Stone Plane Crash Tribute Emerges from Desert, is Visible from Google Earth

Each of the victims are individually represented through the 170 broken mirrors that make up the radial form of the monument. In the center is an upright plane wing that appears to burst from the sand. A

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Crazy Corrugated Paper Cabin Changes Color Like a Chameleon!

Crazy Corrugated Paper Cabin Changes Color Like a Chameleon!

The collaboration is part of a promotional campaign for local printing firm Göteborgstryckeriet. Lind designed the three-meter house "in the style of a Swedish friggebod, a small cottage-like building

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Anastasiya Kovaleva Makes Delicate Art from Recycled Materials and Food Waste

Anastasiya Kovaleva Makes Delicate Art from Recycled Materials and Food Waste

Artist Anastasiya Kovaleva’s beautiful 'Black Garden' collage is made from a collection of recycled cardboard, paper egg cartons, eggshells, garlic peels, and paper. Kovaleva's work aims to show

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Luminous Saltygloo Pavilion 3D-Printed From Sea Salt!

Luminous Saltygloo Pavilion 3D-Printed From Sea Salt!

Created by Emerging Objects founders, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, the Saltygloo is an artistic experiment in using 3D printing technology and additive manufacturing techniques to turn local

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Niko Niko’s Plantable Holiday Cards Bloom Into Fresh Wildflowers

Niko Niko’s Plantable Holiday Cards Bloom Into Fresh Wildflowers

Looking for the perfect Christmas card for the green thumb on your list? Niko Niko has created a series of amazing seed-sown cards that sprout colorful wildflowers when they're planted in soil! The cards

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6 Incredible Ice Sculptures That Will Melt Away When Spring Comes

6 Incredible Ice Sculptures That Will Melt Away When Spring Comes

Okamoto Studio Carved Chess Pieces in Manhattan This graceful and beautiful 14-piece ice sculpture chess set was set up in Midtown Manhattan back in December. Carved by Okamoto Studios, this installation

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Sea Mirror: Yann Kersalé’s Dazzling LED and Heliostat Installation Opens in Sydney

Sea Mirror: Yann Kersalé’s Dazzling LED and Heliostat Installation Opens in Sydney

Sea Mirror, also called Miroir de Mer, is Yann Kersalé's newest light project for Sydney. The permanent installation is suspended next to One Central Park with the mirrors directed down towards the

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Alex Chinneck’s Miner on the Moon Looks Like a Building Flipped on its Head in London

Alex Chinneck’s Miner on the Moon Looks Like a Building Flipped on its Head in London

The unique artist managed to "flip" the building's facade by placing the shopfront and its front doors where the roof should be and placing the roof along the pavement. Brick slips and rendered

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Giant Buddha Statue Made of Recycled Materials Pops Up on Brooklyn Waterfront

Giant Buddha Statue Made of Recycled Materials Pops Up on Brooklyn Waterfront

For the past week, this enormous Buddha statue has been charming Brooklynites with its headdress made of hats, elbows made of old umbrellas and blingy necklace made of computer keyboards. The recycled

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Teens Use 80,000 LEGO Pieces in Jaw-Dropping Replica of The Hobbit’s Kingdom of Erebor

Teens Use 80,000 LEGO Pieces in Jaw-Dropping Replica of The Hobbit’s Kingdom of Erebor

This isn't your average LEGO sculpture built from a kit. To recreate the massive and intricate Kingdom of Erebor, Baer and Bittner had to draw on all their knowledge of the story, as well as their

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Artist Transforms Tiny Studio into Mind-Blowing Surreal Landscapes

Artist Transforms Tiny Studio into Mind-Blowing Surreal Landscapes

The South Korean artist patiently worked for weeks to even months, laboring on the minutiae of her artwork to achieve each frame’s Alice in Wonderland-like dreamscape. The studio, which measures 11.8' x

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Prix Pictet Shortlist Reveals 11 Artists’ Visions of Consumption

Prix Pictet Shortlist Reveals 11 Artists’ Visions of Consumption

Motoyuki Daifu - Project Family #10 It’s no secret that living space is at a premium in Japanese households, and in this playful series called Project Family, Motoyuki Daifu tackles the cramped living

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Artists Recreate Famous Art Galleries Using Gingerbread and Candy

Artists Recreate Famous Art Galleries Using Gingerbread and Candy

Inspired by an interest in architecture, the artistic duo took gingerbread houses to a whole new level by reinventing famous architectural images using candy. The malleable and sticky medium posed

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Artist Alex Chinneck’s Mind-bending Building Facade Slides to the Ground

Artist Alex Chinneck’s Mind-bending Building Facade Slides to the Ground

London-based artist Alex Chinneck creates spectacles that combine illusion, humor, and design. In his work entitled "From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toes" he fabricated a facade that appears

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Snail Poo Makes Weird and Wonderful New Material

Snail Poo Makes Weird and Wonderful New Material

Who would have thought that snail poo could be turned into a new, colorful and flexible material? This exciting new idea was conceived by Dutch designer Lieske Schreuder, who adopted hundreds of snails

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The Spectacular Museo Soumaya Shines Brightly in Mexico City

The Spectacular Museo Soumaya Shines Brightly in Mexico City

Wrapped in 16,000 hexagonal aluminum tiles, Museo Soumaya's shining, serpentine skin was built to reflect the sun's light and to stand the test of time. The weight of the spiraling form is supported by 28

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Dutch Willowman Creates Whimsical Sculptures in Enchanted Forest Settings

Dutch Willowman Creates Whimsical Sculptures in Enchanted Forest Settings

Will Beckers (known as The Willowman) creates stunning, ephemeral, site-specific sculptures made from re-used local materials. He started out working with clay but now incorporates a variety of natural

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Carl Warner Transforms Food into Fantastical Landscapes You Can Eat

Carl Warner Transforms Food into Fantastical Landscapes You Can Eat

Carl Warner spends weeks playing with food in order to make these incredible landscapes. He makes sure to light them properly, mimicking a sunrise in a drowsy valley covered in the first winter snow, or a

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Renzo Piano Completes Energy-Efficient Kimbell Art Museum Expansion in Fort Worth

Renzo Piano Completes Energy-Efficient Kimbell Art Museum Expansion in Fort Worth

The new colonnaded pavilion echoes pieces of Kahn's design in its height, scale and layout as well as in its heavy focus on a glass, concrete and wood palette. Within the pavilion's two main

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Translucent ‘Cactaceae’ Shelter is Inspired by the Geometry of Flowering Cacti

Translucent ‘Cactaceae’ Shelter is Inspired by the Geometry of Flowering Cacti

Muted lace-like panels keep the heat from the sun from penetrating the inside of the shelter while framing the views of the magnificent landscape. The geometric structure is made from triangular panes

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Green-Roofed Dragon Head Pavilion Pops Up at Dresden’s OSTRALE Art Show

Green-Roofed Dragon Head Pavilion Pops Up at Dresden’s OSTRALE Art Show

OSTRALE is a popular contemporary art event hosted at the Slaughterhouse made famous by Kurt Vonnegut's wartime fiction Slaughterhouse-Five. In 2013 Andrea Hilger of OSTRALE and Daniele De Grande of

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Matthew Carden’s Fantastical Food Photographs Pay Tribute to the Bounty We Eat

Matthew Carden’s Fantastical Food Photographs Pay Tribute to the Bounty We Eat

Carden’s “Small World” series closely examines the foods which make up our meals from a bug’s eye view. A soft bend of a tender green beans, the flourish of a broccoli crown or the dense mass of

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Anna Dumitriu Decorates Textiles With Deadly Bacteria and Antobiotics

Anna Dumitriu Decorates Textiles With Deadly Bacteria and Antobiotics

Most people would cringe to think of deadly bacteria anywhere near their bodies. Artist Anna Dumitriu has bravely worked with microbiologists for the last two decades to create her textiles embroidered

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Eduoard Martinet Upcycles Junk into Delicate Insect Sculptures

Eduoard Martinet Upcycles Junk into Delicate Insect Sculptures

Martinet’s junk sculptures are unique in their beautiful craftsmanship. Despite being made from clunky elements like used bike chains, typewriter heads and drawer handles, each sculpture appears to be

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Cheese Made from Olafur Eliasson’s Tears on Display in Dublin

Cheese Made from Olafur Eliasson’s Tears on Display in Dublin

We’ve heard of making cheese from human breast milk, but now researchers are turning the tears from artist Olafur Eliasson into cheese as well. Giving the saying “don’t cry over spilled milk” a

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Canadian Artist Sarah Hatton Turns Thousands of Dead Honeybees Into Dizzying Mandalas

Canadian Artist Sarah Hatton Turns Thousands of Dead Honeybees Into Dizzying Mandalas

Canadian artist Sarah Hatton links neonicotinoid pesticides present in crops to the worldwide decline of bee populations. To raise awareness on the issue, she started to create works of art from dead

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Julie Peppito Creates Colorful “Connected” Art from Recycled Materials

Julie Peppito Creates Colorful “Connected” Art from Recycled Materials

Julie Peppito's "Connected" art exhibit consists of sculptures and drawings comprised of intricately drawn on, stitched, and smashed together debris. Her eclectic pieces make metaphorical connections

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