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An installation featuring two monumental Phoenixes made from found materials

Installation Featuring Two Monumental Phoenixes Made Out Of Junk Materials

Inspired by the contemporary realities of his fast-changing country, Chinese artist Xu Bing spent two years creating his newest work titled "Phoenix". The insta

“Xu Bing: Phoenix.” Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA)

Review: ‘Xu Bing: Phoenix’ at Mass MoCA - The Boston Globe

Massive Phoenixes Made of Remnants from Construction Sites - Chinese contemporary artist Xu Bing

Ai Weiwei Installation

Controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei repurposed 886 wooden stools to create a staggering stacked installation for the 2013 Venice Art Biennale. Featured at the German Pavilion, Weiwei’s “Bang” installation investigates traditional Chinese towers 886

Andrew Chase has done it again; created a stunning piece of mechanics. This time it is an elephant.

27 Elephant Innovations - Gigantic Ways to Celebrate La Brea Tar Pits Mammoth Discovery

SURREALISTIKA Surreal Kitchen Sculpture by IKEA

SURREALISTIKA Surreal Kitchen Sculpture by IKEA

Yesterday, IKEA designers revealed this unusual installation at an event called The Surreal House in London

A statue made entirely of Smartphones !

Pegasus statue fashioned using 3500 Huawei smartphones by Machine Shop from London. The colossal structure was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2012 in Spain by the Chinese manufacturer along with the Ascend D Quad.

Double Space installation by Barber and Osgerby at the V&A-- London Design Festival 2014: paintings in the V&A museum's Raphael Gallery are reflected in two huge mirrored structures in this installation by London design duo Barber and Osgerby.

Double Space installation by Barber and Osgerby at the V&A

Double Space installation by Barber and Osgerby at the V&A-- London Design Festival paintings in the V&A museum's Raphael Gallery are reflected in two huge mirrored structures in this installation by London design duo Barber and Osgerby.

~When I so desperately needed a paper clip--now I know where they all went Paper Clip Sculptures by Pietro D' Angelo

While most people use paperclips in an office to hold documents together, Italian artist Pietro D'Angelo uses the tiny metallic fasteners to create figurative…

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