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Modern art made twee. Untitled illustration by Connor Clark Latexballoon/Air/Museum, exhibition: Hans Hemmert, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea CGAC, Santiago de Compostella

Can you design those?

Origami Shadow Faces by shadow artist Kumi Yamashita (origami paper and a single light source)

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Alice Object And Space Installation Competition - Office Of Kimihiko Okada - Buamai, Where Inspiration Starts.

If you look at things from a different perspective you might just learn something new. Face Reality As It Is: Anamorphic Typography by Thomas Quinn

In my Color World, every single window would be like that. hundreds of threads make a rainbow - by installation artist Mark Garry

installation work by American artist Anne Lindberg. This work is part of a group show, titled Placemakers, (Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, Nebraska from January 13 – March

Richard Jackson - True Becoming Pieces Of Art ! The Orange County Museum of Art has a cheeky new sculpture, "Bad Dog," by installation artist Richard Jackson

Guy Laramée schnitzt 3D Landschaften aus Büchern

Artist Guy Laramee has produced some quite exquisite work in the form of carved book landscapes, and the dense pages of old books are excavated to reveal serene and beautiful mountains, plateaus, and ancient structures. Via Guy Laramee.

“Tree,” South Korean photographer Myoung Ho Lee – Photographs of Outdoor Trees Framed by Giant White Canvases

"Get students to recreate iconic architecture in wire and waxed rice paper-image inspiration: sculpture by Isabelle Bonte"

Artist:Berndnaut Smilde Nimbus II, cloud in room A gallery with no sculptures, only a cloud floating within the space. 'Nimbus' is a new installation of Amsterdam-based artist Berndnaut Smilde, who refuses to explain how he managed to create a real cloud.

some inspiration for the sun."Letting Go," Eric Rieger aka HOT TEA massive installation at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. The piece uses 84 miles of colored string that forms the artist’s interpretation of the sun.

These cement figures dangling from umbrellas within a narrow space inside the EBC office center in Prague are part of a installation titled Slight Uncertainty by Czech artist Michal Trpák. Check out much more of his sculptural work on his website.

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