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It was given the name of Forever Marilyn but, as these pictures prove, this statue’s time in the spotlight was more of a temporary arrangement. For the artist, it may well have brought a pang of sadness to see his 26-ft sculpture dismantled from its spot in the middle of Chicago.
As part of their final school project, design graduates Joseph Egan and Hunter Thompson created anamorphic typography installations that appear to float in mid air.
A Massive Maze Of Nets By Ernesto Neto Puts Spider-Man’s Webs To Shame.
Tim Noble and Sue Webster use garbage to make crazy sculptures with recognisable shadows for their series British Rubbish.
WHOISIN was asked to create a spatial and visual experience for the visitors at the 2010 Norberg Festival; to create something from nothing, deep in the Swedish woods, next to a huge old mine.
Roads and pavements aren’t ever going to be without holes and cracks, and we hope we can count on guerilla gardening to make the action that much more interesting.
Walter Mason is a German artist specializing in the creation of land art. By intervening in nature, he creates some beautiful compositions.
UK-based artist Susan Stockwell recently completed this gigantic world map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire.
The idea of a person’s shadow existing separately from its owner is something that has always tantalized the minds of writers and artists.
This December, in a surprisingly simple yet ridiculously amazing installation for the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art.
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