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Restless Futures Showcases Emerging Technologies and their Potential Consequences at the London Design Festival 2014

Restless Futures Showcases Emerging Technologies and their Potential Consequences at the London Design Festival 2014

Located at the Lethaby Gallery, Restless Futures forms part of an 18-month Central Saint Martins program organized around four themes: Disruptive Technologies, Expanded Boundaries, No More Stuff?, and

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Ai Weiwei’s Jaw-Dropping “Forever Bicycles” Sculpture is Made from 1200 Bikes!

Ai Weiwei’s Jaw-Dropping “Forever Bicycles” Sculpture is Made from 1200 Bikes!

Ai Weiwei’s towering, geometric Forever Bicycles installation is made from nearly 2,000 stainless steel bicycles arranged into hypnotic forms that loom over viewers and passersby. Although the bikes

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Mysterious Fire Damages Florentijn Hofman’s Moon Gazing Rabbit in Taiwan

Mysterious Fire Damages Florentijn Hofman’s Moon Gazing Rabbit in Taiwan

The giant bunny was placed at the Dayuan Town Naval Base in Taiwan. Leaning back on a grassy wall, the adorable animal references an old East Asian tale about a rabbit that lives on the moon. Wood was

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illy Launches sustainArt Cups to Support Emerging Artists and Sustainable Coffee

illy Launches sustainArt Cups to Support Emerging Artists and Sustainable Coffee

Italian coffee roasting company illy has unveiled a new limited edition cup collection to support emerging artists and raise awareness for coffee sustainability. Designed to follow the EXPO 2015 theme

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Luzinterruptus Strikes Again with Luminous Street Heartbeats Installation

Luzinterruptus Strikes Again with Luminous Street Heartbeats Installation

The clandestine artists filled the bags with a red liquid to give the final product a somewhat haunting look. The bags were then hung from a structure that had been carefully weaved around trees in a

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Underwater Bonsai Brings New Calm to a Thousand Year Old Tradition

Underwater Bonsai Brings New Calm to a Thousand Year Old Tradition

Inspired by the historic tradition of bonsais in Japanese culture, Azuma is constantly on the quest to explore new ways of viewing the customary plant. Submerging the bonsai figure in water gives it a new

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Sudarsan Pattnaik Sculpts 500 Santa Clauses From Beach Sand To Raise Awareness About Climate Change

Sudarsan Pattnaik Sculpts 500 Santa Clauses From Beach Sand To Raise Awareness About Climate Change

Without timely efforts to adapt to sea level rise brought on by climate change, our beloved beaches could virtually disappear, leaving a ragged and dangerous coastline in its wake. That's a future sand

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A Forest of Gigantic Inflatable Mushrooms Just Sprouted in Seoul!

A Forest of Gigantic Inflatable Mushrooms Just Sprouted in Seoul!

Moon Ji Bang is a collaborative group consisting on Korean architects Choi Jangwon, Park Cheonkang and Kwon Kyungmin. Their magical installation was inspired by the mythical Shinseon, a creature said to

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Coniferous Clock Shows the Passing of Time With Browning Cedar Leaves

Coniferous Clock Shows the Passing of Time With Browning Cedar Leaves

Japanese collective Bril has created a clock without ticking hands or numbers - instead, it marks the passage of time through browning of cedar leaves. Inspired by cedar boughs used in sake production,

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These Amazing Dutch Floats Made From Thousands of Flowers Will Blow Your Mind!

These Amazing Dutch Floats Made From Thousands of Flowers Will Blow Your Mind!

The residents of Zundert prepare for the annual flower parade months in advance, and with 20 local districts participating, competition is fierce. "The childhood dream in Zundert is not to become a famous

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See Astonishing Photos of Iceland’s Largest Volcanic Eruption Since 1875

See Astonishing Photos of Iceland’s Largest Volcanic Eruption Since 1875

According to the Iceland Review, the eruption of Holuhraun, a volcano in the Icelandic Highlands has been erupting since Aug. 29 and already covered seven square miles with lava, making it the largest

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A Gigantic Carpet Made Entirely From Flowers Just Popped Up in Brussels!

A Gigantic Carpet Made Entirely From Flowers Just Popped Up in Brussels!

Begonias are chosen for their robustness, resistance to bad weather and longevity, thanks to which the carpet can stay in place for days. Vivid colors and delicate pastel shades create a beautiful carpet

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Nendo Creates Delicious Ice Cream Cake Village for Häagen-Dazs

Nendo Creates Delicious Ice Cream Cake Village for Häagen-Dazs

Japanese design firm Nendo has dabbled in the playful redesign of everything from birdhouses to textile chairs--and the studio can now add ice cream cakes to that list. Created for the Champs Élysées

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Reverse Graffiti: Street Artists Tag Images on Walls by Scrubbing Them Clean

Reverse Graffiti: Street Artists Tag Images on Walls by Scrubbing Them Clean

    Art piece by Scott Wade  The UK's Paul Curtis, better known as "Moose," is one of the technique's pioneers. Although based in London, he has traveled around the world,

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Support the Urban Biotope Buzzbench to Help Save Wild Bees in Amsterdam

Support the Urban Biotope Buzzbench to Help Save Wild Bees in Amsterdam

The world remains perplexed by the mysterious and dramatic decline in our wild bee populations, but that hasn't stopped designers like Dutch artist AnneMarie van Splunter from trying to help out. In a bid

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HippopoThames: Giant Hippo Spotted on London’s River Thames!

HippopoThames: Giant Hippo Spotted on London’s River Thames!

A giant hippo was recently spotted floating on London’s River Thames! No, it's not a freakish migration caused by global warming; rather it's a work of art by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, who is

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Did You Know David Koch is on the Board of Directors at the Smithsonian and the American Museum of Natural History?

Did You Know David Koch is on the Board of Directors at the Smithsonian and the American Museum of Natural History?

Did you know that climate change denier David H. Koch is a trustee of the American Museum of Natural History and an advisory board member of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History? "So, what's

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The Squirrelz: China’s First Upcycle Design Shop Takes Root in Shanghai’s Eco Village

The Squirrelz: China’s First Upcycle Design Shop Takes Root in Shanghai’s Eco Village

Although the practice of recycling and reuse still remains an integral part of China's resourceful and low-income populations, booming middle and upper-class consumer power in Chinese cities such as

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Giants: Os Gemeos Convert Six Enormous Silos into Awesome Works of Art in Vancouver

Giants: Os Gemeos Convert Six Enormous Silos into Awesome Works of Art in Vancouver

In what will be the Brazilian street artists' largest work yet and their first in Canada, the project is part of their international series, Giants. Similar to previous works in the series, the makeover

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Gigantic Leafy Faces Light Up a Forest in Wisconsin

Gigantic Leafy Faces Light Up a Forest in Wisconsin

If Blink Twice looks familiar, you may have seen the traveling installation at various other festivals this summer. Blink Twice was also developed by the same team behind Dioses del Maiz, an audiovisual

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Crazy Hot Art Paintings Double as Energy Efficient Infrared Heaters!

Crazy Hot Art Paintings Double as Energy Efficient Infrared Heaters!

BRZBrands' Hot Art brings paintings to your home that do more than just warm your soul -- each work of art doubles as an energy-efficient infrared heater. Hot Art brings spa quality heat to any room

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Pierce’s Park Combines Art, Play, and Stormwater Management into a Stunning Urban Oasis in Baltimore

Pierce’s Park Combines Art, Play, and Stormwater Management into a Stunning Urban Oasis in Baltimore

Located on what had once been an underutilized and largely paved pass-through space along the city's Inner Harbor, Pierce's Park was developed to satisfy a need for a children's play area in Downtown

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Providence’s Hummingbird Palace Will be Blooming Gorgeously for Years

Providence’s Hummingbird Palace Will be Blooming Gorgeously for Years

Blending modern sculpture with the beauty of the natural world, The Hummingbird Palace is a large outdoor installation created by Esther Solondz that will evolve and change over time. Thin welded steel

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Brooklyn Artist Ted Lawson Prints Self Portrait With His Own Blood

Brooklyn Artist Ted Lawson Prints Self Portrait With His Own Blood

For those of you wondering if blood is thicker than ink, just ask artist Ted Lawson. The Brooklyn artist hooked himself up to a CNC machine to draw a self portrait using his own blood. For those of you

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Artist Buries $16k Worth of Gold for Anyone to Find and Keep

Artist Buries $16k Worth of Gold for Anyone to Find and Keep

Yarr, if it’s gold you be seeking, to England you should go: a German artist has buried $16,000 worth of gold bullion in the sand of the Outer Harbour beach in Folkestone - and anyone is welcome to come

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Henrique Oliveira’s Powerful Recycled Wood “Tridimensional” Sculptures Burst Through Gallery Walls

Henrique Oliveira’s Powerful Recycled Wood “Tridimensional” Sculptures Burst Through Gallery Walls

Initially a painter, Oliveira was inspired by an old wooden fence he saw through his window across the street from his studio in Sao Paulo. The wood was so weathered that it split into layers, which

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Jonna Pohjalainen’s Giant Colored Pencil Sculptures Make You Feel Miniature!

Jonna Pohjalainen’s Giant Colored Pencil Sculptures Make You Feel Miniature!

The life size pencil set was shown as part of an outdoor exhibition at Open Air Art Museum in Latvia. Pohjalainen created the pieces during the Environmental Art workshop on the museum’s grounds. Each

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Street Artist r1 Recycles Reclaimed Wood Pallets Into Mobile Pop-Up Benches in Johannesburg

Street Artist r1 Recycles Reclaimed Wood Pallets Into Mobile Pop-Up Benches in Johannesburg

During the Absolut residency, the six artists shared an apartment in Jeppestown, Johannesburg where they exchanged ideas on how to design creative solutions to the city's issues. "The theme of the project

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How to Make Your Own Terrarium

How to Make Your Own Terrarium

I've always coveted my friend Melissa's fabulous terrarium, which is the centerpiece of her stylish, cozy Brooklyn apartment. I've secretly wanted one of my own for ages, and recently realizing that some

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Claude Ponti’s Sleepy Chick Topiary is Possibly the Cutest Thing Ever Created

Claude Ponti’s Sleepy Chick Topiary is Possibly the Cutest Thing Ever Created

In what may be the most adorable exhibit in the history of art, Claude Ponti's Sleeping Bird Topiary can be seen by those lucky people living in or visiting Nantes, France. Located in the city's botanical

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