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Struttura Spaziale, Luca Galofaro, IaN+  http://www.the-imagelist.com

Struttura Spaziale, Luca Galofaro, IaN+ http://www.the-imagelist.com

❤ =^..^= ❤  shadow cube light installation art interesctions by anila quayyum agha (1)

❤ =^..^= ❤ shadow cube light installation art interesctions by anila quayyum agha (1)

Take a moment to look at this - it's not created by light as it first appears, but by colored strings strung to look like a fabulously refracted rainbow from a giant glass prism.  By Gabriel Dawe

Take a moment to look at this - it's not created by light as it first appears, but by colored strings strung to look like a fabulously refracted rainbow from a giant glass prism. By Gabriel Dawe

String Wall Decor | 10 Wedding Trends That Just Dont Know They're Trends Yet | Storyboard Wedding http://www.storyboardwedding.com/why-it-works-wednesday-10-wedding-trends/

String Wall Decor | 10 Wedding Trends That Just Dont Know They're Trends Yet | Storyboard Wedding http://www.storyboardwedding.com/why-it-works-wednesday-10-wedding-trends/

Orange geometrics grow on trees... so to speak! The Sequence by Arne Quinze. Quinze says, “The Sequence bridges the communication gap between people, and generates movement in the city. I want to reconnect people and let them interact with each other like they did in the past on squares. At least people talked to each other back then.” [Via eatbreathelivecolor.com]

Orange geometrics grow on trees... so to speak! The Sequence by Arne Quinze. Quinze says, “The Sequence bridges the communication gap between people, and generates movement in the city. I want to reconnect people and let them interact with each other like they did in the past on squares. At least people talked to each other back then.” [Via eatbreathelivecolor.com]

Olafur Eliasson's installation, The Weather Project at the Tate Modern in London. I still think about it.

Olafur Eliasson's installation, The Weather Project at the Tate Modern in London. I still think about it.