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Open Wall project - Glass blocks

Open Wall project - Glass blocks

Michael Jantzen’s Solar Eclipse Pavilion is a Public Sculpture that Doubles as a Renewable Energy Source

Michael Jantzen's Solar Eclipse Pavilion is a Public Sculpture that Doubles as a Renewable Energy Source

Michael Jantzen’s Solar Eclipse Pavilion is a Public Sculpture that Doubles as a Renewable Energy Source

Trendstop - A Look at Chanel’s new Glass-Fronted Flagship in Amsterdam

A Look at Chanel’s new Glass-Fronted Flagship in Amsterdam

Trapped Soul By Ruth Clotworthy- Her art hits you in the gut and leaves you reeling.

Trapped Soul By Ruth Clotworthy- Her art hits you in the gut and leaves you reeling.

Bruder Klaus Chapel in Mechernich, Germany. The walls were constructed by pouring layers of concrete around a formwork of pitched trees, which were then burned, leaving the charred impression on the walls. The floor is poured lead.

Bruder Klaus Chapel in Mechernich, Germany. The walls were constructed by pouring layers of concrete around a formwork of pitched trees, which were then burned, leaving the charred impression on the walls. The floor is poured lead.

Casa de cristal en Hiroshima, los paves tienen orificios para ser atravesados por varillas metalicas que los sostienen (el problema de las fabricas de ladrillo de vidrio es que el mortero es una mierda y se caen), ver fachada en link: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/486811040943374732/

Casa de cristal en Hiroshima, los paves tienen orificios para ser atravesados por varillas metalicas que los sostienen (el problema de las fabricas de ladrillo de vidrio es que el mortero es una mierda y se caen), ver fachada en link: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/486811040943374732/

Depression Bread Line depicts five men in shabby trench coats and hats standing in line in front of a brick wall and doorway. As was George Segal’s custom, the figures in Depression Bread Line were cast from friends of the artist. The original work in plaster was used to produce a mold for bronze casting. The five individuals, hunched over in downcast isolation, await their rations of food, playing out an all-too-familiar scene from the Great Depression of the late 1920s and 1930s.

Depression Bread Line depicts five men in shabby trench coats and hats standing in line in front of a brick wall and doorway. As was George Segal’s custom, the figures in Depression Bread Line were cast from friends of the artist. The original work in plaster was used to produce a mold for bronze casting. The five individuals, hunched over in downcast isolation, await their rations of food, playing out an all-too-familiar scene from the Great Depression of the late 1920s and 1930s.

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