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6 Brilliant Studios Perfect For The Eco Artist

6 Brilliant Studios Perfect For The Eco Artist

Green-Roofed Weaving Studio in Washington Located on the San Juan Islands in Washington is this gorgeous weaving studio designed by Prentiss Architects. Topped off with a grass-covered roof, the spacious

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Fingerings: Judith Braun Draws Amazing Carbon Wall Art With Just Her Fingers

Fingerings: Judith Braun Draws Amazing Carbon Wall Art With Just Her Fingers

It may be hard to believe but artist Judith Braun creates these breathtaking works of art using just her fingers dipped in charcoal. Since 2004, Braun has been working on her simple but beautiful series

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Artist Proposes Growing a Museum Out of Wheat

Artist Proposes Growing a Museum Out of Wheat

We've seen museums grow from the ground up, but never literally - until now. New Hampshire artist F. Marek Modzelewski is planning to grow a field of wheat on a future museum site, harvest it, and then

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Sound Architecture IV: Art Installation Made From 5,000 Bicycle Bells Sings With the Wind in the Netherlands

Sound Architecture IV: Art Installation Made From 5,000 Bicycle Bells Sings With the Wind in the Netherlands

Amsterdam-based artist Ronald van der Meijs designs architectonical installations and sculptural art, and he just finished a project called Sound Architecture IV that is made from 5,000 repurposed bicycle

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Eddy Sykes Carves Old Bowling Balls into Epic Book Sculptures

Eddy Sykes Carves Old Bowling Balls into Epic Book Sculptures

Sykes seeks out bowling balls that have been long forgotten- most of the pieces he has sourced are well over 30 years in age. Despite being old and unused for years, the balls were all kept in pristine

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Anna Garforth’s Phenomenal Green Graffiti Art is Made Out of Moss

Anna Garforth’s Phenomenal Green Graffiti Art is Made Out of Moss

The Big Bang explosion of moss appeared at the Russian Club in the UK, which hosted the W Project - a celebration of female artists. The circular patches of moss depict mother earth as a seed shattering

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Natural Materials Become Delicate Manuscript Artwork by Chinese Artist Cui Fei

Natural Materials Become Delicate Manuscript Artwork by Chinese Artist Cui Fei

Hailing from Jinan, China, artist Cui Fei uses materials found in nature to make creative responses to the radical social changes her native country has experienced. In much of her artwork, she takes

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Niels ‘Shoe’ Meulman Uses a Broom to Scrawl Caligraffiti on the Streets of Singapore

Niels ‘Shoe’ Meulman Uses a Broom to Scrawl Caligraffiti on the Streets of Singapore

The streets of Singapore have been given the caligraffiti treatment by Dutch artist Niels 'Shoe' Meulman, who uses only a broom and water to create beautiful, temporary graffiti. As part of his "Upside

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Windswept is a Fascinating Kinetic Façade That Reveals the Direction of the Wind

Windswept is a Fascinating Kinetic Façade That Reveals the Direction of the Wind

Windswept is a wind-driven kinetic facade installed on the exterior of the Randall Museum in San Francisco. Designed by Charles Sowers over the course of a year, the installation seeks to reveal the

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Francis Ooi Takes Beautiful Botanical Portraits of Singapore Flora Found While Jogging

Francis Ooi Takes Beautiful Botanical Portraits of Singapore Flora Found While Jogging

Singapore-based Creative Director Francis Ooi's backyard opens into an amazing natural reserve where he enjoys running occasionally. He started snapping photographs of flora that he found along the way

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6 Brilliant Solar-Powered Art Projects to Brighten Your Day

6 Brilliant Solar-Powered Art Projects to Brighten Your Day

Dang'cing Flowers by Alexandre Dang Brussels-based Alexandre Dang equips small flowers with a tiny solar panel that makes the flowers dance when they hit the sun. In this case he has created dandelions,

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Wil Natzel’s Cardboard Night Blooms Set to Sprout at the 2012 Northern Spark Festival

Wil Natzel’s Cardboard Night Blooms Set to Sprout at the 2012 Northern Spark Festival

Artist Wil Natzel is creating a pop-up art installation of incredible cardboard flowers near the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, MN using the humblest of materials — cardboard! Using his own

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‘Shadow Children’ is Moving Installation About Child Labor Made From Recycled Materials

‘Shadow Children’ is Moving Installation About Child Labor Made From Recycled Materials

Concerned about the unethical practice of child labor throughout the world, artist Cynthia Sibley has created an installation piece entitled "Shadow Children." The intention is to help bring to light the

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Akihisa Hirata to Unveil “Photosynthesis” Solar Ecosystem at Milan Design Week 2012

Akihisa Hirata to Unveil “Photosynthesis” Solar Ecosystem at Milan Design Week 2012

Milan Design Week is still more than a month away, but we're already excited about one eco design set to be unveiled at this year's show - Panasonic's dynamic  "Photosynthesis" courtyard

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Anastassia Elias Creates Charming Miniature Worlds Inside Recycled Toilet Paper Rolls

Anastassia Elias Creates Charming Miniature Worlds Inside Recycled Toilet Paper Rolls

Anastassia Elias is a painter, illustrator and collage artist and her Rouleaux dioramas showcase just one of her many talents. She creates tiny scenes inside the tubes by attaching paper cutouts to the

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Makoto Tojiki’s “No Shadow” LED Sculptures Depict Humans and Animals in Showers of Lights

Makoto Tojiki’s “No Shadow” LED Sculptures Depict Humans and Animals in Showers of Lights

Tojiki begins his work process by choosing a living organism and studying its shadow. He then begins constructing a massive sculpture with LED strands. His "No Shadow" works are a play on words and

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An Enchanted Forest of Carved Tree Stump Creatures Sprouts in the UK

An Enchanted Forest of Carved Tree Stump Creatures Sprouts in the UK

After the great reveal, the residents of Knaresborough actually became fans of Craggs' work, and they now look forward to seeing more sculptures pop up around town. This is not the artist's first public

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Cubed Maze3 is a Larger-Than-Life Maze Made From Recycled Materials

Cubed Maze3 is a Larger-Than-Life Maze Made From Recycled Materials

The Cubed Maze3 by Phil Pauley adds a third and fourth dimension to traditional mazes, and it is designed to be constructed out of a 100% recycled (laminated) flexible glass based polymer. Covering nine

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Paradise Parking: Vintage Cars are Swallowed Up by Trees and Vines in France

Paradise Parking: Vintage Cars are Swallowed Up by Trees and Vines in France

Peter Lippmann is no stranger to the eminent world of photography. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Vogue, and le Figaro among many other reputable publications. But lately he has been

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Kyle Bean’s Amazing Stick Insects are Entirely Made of Matchsticks

Kyle Bean’s Amazing Stick Insects are Entirely Made of Matchsticks

Kyle Bean enjoys using biodegradable, recyclable everyday materials like paper, cardboard, eggshells, pencil shavings and now head-less matchsticks to create his intricate art. Beautiful dragonflies,

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Abandoned Buildings Given a Literal “Face” Lift By Russian Street Artist Nomerz

Abandoned Buildings Given a Literal “Face” Lift By Russian Street Artist Nomerz

Talk about a "face" lift! Making waves with his street art that transforms enormous abandoned structures into giant portraits, Russian artist Nikita Nomerz uses details already present at the sites he

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Spiraling Tower of 15,000 Books Celebrates Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre

Spiraling Tower of 15,000 Books Celebrates Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre

The Ford's Theatre Center for Education and Leadership features an expansive array of historical objects related to Abraham Lincoln, including a replica train car that transported him in repose from

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Sean Avery Turns Shattered CDs Into Astounding Animal Sculptures

Sean Avery Turns Shattered CDs Into Astounding Animal Sculptures

Sean Avery is a sculptor, illustrator and graphic designer with a penchant for using recycled materials to build awesome little animal sculptures. He only uses recycled materials and classifies his work

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PICS: Inhabitat’s Crazy, Colorful and Beautiful Eco-Art Picks From the Montreal Museum of Art

PICS: Inhabitat’s Crazy, Colorful and Beautiful Eco-Art Picks From the Montreal Museum of Art

Claude Cormier’s colorful “Heads of Christ” is a dream collage for kids of all ages. Using old stuffed animals, the artist has created a massive plush carpet that spans an entire room. Faces of

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Blue LED Rings On Famous London Monuments Show Just How Far Sea Levels Could Rise

Blue LED Rings On Famous London Monuments Show Just How Far Sea Levels Could Rise

Pinksy wanted to raise awareness about what could happen if we stick to our business as usual scenario and do not reduce carbon emissions. The result after 1000 years is a complete transformation of our

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Travis Pond Crafts Elaborate Larger Than Life Beasts from Scrap Motorcycles

Travis Pond Crafts Elaborate Larger Than Life Beasts from Scrap Motorcycles

Travis Pond's 14-foot long Dragon is a cacophony of twisted exhaust pipes and metal rods, all assembled into an intricately detailed beast, with smooth lines and a sleek reptilian tail punctuated by the

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Aaron Durand’s Amazing Long-Exposure Photos Make Speeding Trains Look Like Friggin’ Lasers

Aaron Durand’s Amazing Long-Exposure Photos Make Speeding Trains Look Like Friggin’ Lasers

Durand and his friend Nick Fisher like to hang out near San Francisco Caltrain railways, which are also excellent venues to take pictures of graffiti. They patiently wait for the trains to speed by and

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Lisa Nilsson Constructs Intricate Anatomical Studies From Rolled Japanese Paper

Lisa Nilsson Constructs Intricate Anatomical Studies From Rolled Japanese Paper

Each section of paper is rolled on something small and cylindrical like a pin or a drill bit. They are then arranged together in a collection to construct the larger image. The Massachusetts-based artist

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SurVivArt Offers a Creative Look at Global Issues and Happiness

SurVivArt Offers a Creative Look at Global Issues and Happiness

What makes a good life? This was the question that the Heinrich Böll Foundation asked a series of artists from Cambodia, Thailand, Nigeria, Myanmar and the Czech Republic. With the question in mind, the

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Tadashi Kawamata’s ‘Under the Water’ Imagines The Debris From Japan’s Tsunami

Tadashi Kawamata’s ‘Under the Water’ Imagines The Debris From Japan’s Tsunami

As the 20 million tons of wreckage slowly make their way to Hawaii from Japan, Tadashi Kawamata created Under the Water to envision what it must be like to be beneath all the debris. His site-specific

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