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Arte e Arquitetura: "Invasão" por Chico Santos

Arte e Arquitetura: "Invasão" por Chico Santos

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Nick Cave's fantastic art--a sound suit

Nick Cave's fantastic art--a sound suit

“Embodiment” is a stunning glass sculpture of a human skeleton that is brilliantly lit with krypton gas. The sculpture was created over the course of two years by artist Eric Franklin."

Embodiment, A Incredible Glowing Skeleton Sculpture

“Embodiment” is a stunning glass sculpture of a human skeleton that is brilliantly lit with krypton gas. The sculpture was created over the course of two years by artist Eric Franklin."

Stigmergy by Saree Silverman, via Behance

Stigmergy by Saree Silverman, via Behance

Sculpture by San Cintron

Sculpture by San Cintron

Temporal / Nicanor Parra

Temporal / Nicanor Parra

Dutch Ink, a group formed by four brand communications students in South Africa;   Reverse Graffiti Artists Create Clean Urban Murals

Dutch Ink, a group formed by four brand communications students in South Africa; Reverse Graffiti Artists Create Clean Urban Murals

Magdalena Jitrik

Magdalena Jitrik

Canto Visual : Francisca Benitez

Canto Visual : Francisca Benitez

Alexander Apóstol - W.M. Jackson, Inc.

Alexander Apóstol - W.M. Jackson, Inc.

Río, Alberto Baraya by Revista Select. Río - Alberto Baraya, 2005 (cortesia Galeria Nara Roesler)

Río, Alberto Baraya by Revista Select. Río - Alberto Baraya, 2005 (cortesia Galeria Nara Roesler)

Arte y Arquitectura: hogares efímeros construidos a lo largo de Chile por Tony Hornecker y William Farr

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Arte y Arquitectura: hogares efímeros construidos a lo largo de Chile por Tony Hornecker y William Farr

Street artist Moose Benjamin Curtis doesn’t use spray paint or wallpaper paste — the usual tools of this trade. Instead, he wields scrub brushes, old socks, cleaning fluid, and, when he’s living large, a high-pressure hose. He creates images by cleaning shapes into filthy urban surfaces such as retaining walls, signs, and tunnels.

Dr. Dirt: Street artist scrubs images into the urban landscape

Street artist Moose Benjamin Curtis doesn’t use spray paint or wallpaper paste — the usual tools of this trade. Instead, he wields scrub brushes, old socks, cleaning fluid, and, when he’s living large, a high-pressure hose. He creates images by cleaning shapes into filthy urban surfaces such as retaining walls, signs, and tunnels.