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atavus: “ Gabby O’Connor made these beautiful icebergs hanging the ceilings. This installation, What Lies Beneath, uses tissue paper and staples to construct these huge icebergs. Via [My Modern Met] ”

We like the clean, trendy, unexpected, masculine-friendly feel of geometric shapes

Shape - white paper facets, a photo backdrop by Matthew Parker Events for Design*Sponge book party

Not really bucket list but it would be cool to go see this in person and its so close in Omaha, Nebraska

installation work by American artist Anne Lindberg. This work is part of a group show, titled Placemakers, (Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, Nebraska from January 13 – March

This Fake Pool is an art installation. Learn all about it at the link.

‘fake’ swimming pool by Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich, known for his illusion-like installations, has been featured at various museums around the world.

stephen hendee's light sculptures

the eye, 2005 - image © sandcastlematt stephen hendee is an american sculptor who lives and works in las vegas, USA. like his current place of residence hi

Projection mapped sculpture combines 2D, 3D, Digital and Physical. # tvisualisation techniques

Projection Mapped Sculpture Combines 2D, 3D, Digital, And Physical

"Field of Light" displayed at the Eden Project in Cornwall and two other locations by British lighting designer/artist Bruce Munro.

magical light installation by British lighting designer/artist Bruce Munro. Field of Light was displayed at the Eden Project in Cornwall from November 2008 – March

Springfield School, Sheffield School Board, Sheffield, UK, 1874, Original Plan. Innocent & Brown.

Springfield School, Sheffield School Board, Sheffield, UK, 1874, Original Plan. Innocent & Brown

A Beautifully Detailed, Original Plan of the Springfield School for the Sheffield School Board in Sheffield, England. From the American Architect and Buildi

Gros poussin ?

Modern art made twee. Untitled illustration by Connor Clark Latexballoon/Air/Museum, exhibition: Hans Hemmert, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea CGAC, Santiago de Compostella

Glass wall panel installation by UK based artist Chris Wood. She says that her work is about expressing the “magic of light”. Um… nailed it! She uses dichroic glass, and in case you’ve never heard of dichroic glass, (meaning two colour). Developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation. It is a material that very eloquently expresses the magic of the phenomenon of light.”

chris wood (The Jealous Curator)

Glass wall panel installation by UK based artist Chris Wood. She uses dichroic glass, developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation.

Torafu Architects creates an intimate interior space to “let the water in”. Reflected liquid patterns grace the curved walls. Water Projection Art Installation

water, light, projection- with a highly reflective surface, uneven beveling and the right lighting angles- this could be a very, very simple project. What if our thesis took place "underwater"?

Ascension of Polka Dots on Trees - Yayoi Kusama

groundcovers: Ascension of Polka Dots on Trees - Yayoi Kusama Cours Mirabeau Aix en Provence Marseille-Provence 2013