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2013 DAELIM MUSEUM FALL PARTY: THE BOOK PARTY   http://www.daelimmuseum.org   Published: August 15, 2015

2013 DAELIM MUSEUM FALL PARTY: THE BOOK PARTY http://www.daelimmuseum.org Published: August 15, 2015

one of my favorite street art installations...

I WANT one in my garden: Giant wooden clothes peg in Chaudfontaine Park in Belgium by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal

Art Lion Made of Used Tires and Steel by Yong Ho Ji (As seen in the Beyond Limits Exhibition at Chatsworth House) street-art-best-of-community-edition

His work is amazing, Korean artist Yong Ho Ji recycles old tires and turns them into incredible works of art. From animals to humans and even animal/human hybrids these tire sculptures are truly amazing.

CARLO BERNARDINI, PERMEABLE SPACES 2002-2006, Fiber optic, transparent plexiglass, feet h 7,5x2x2 (everyone), Grossetti Arte Contemporanea, Milan.

Fiber Optic Installations by Carlo Bernardini. Installation using light, how was it made?

Seed Cathedral, the UK Pavilion created by Thomas Heatherwick for the World Expo in Shanghai 2011

Thomas Heatherwick - Heatherwick Studio - Seed Cathedral -Shanghai Expo in 2010 - thousands of seeds collected by the Royal Botanical Gardens in these stunning transparent acrylic rods that glowed and moved with the elements.

Ceci est la vie - Kumiya Mashita shadow art

Origami Shadow Faces by shadow artist Kumi Yamashita (origami paper and a single light source)

Webster & Noble

Shadow art installations featuring artists Kumi Yamashita, and Tim Noble + Sue Webster

Fritz Panzer  Prenninger Küche, 2002  wire sculpture, floor space 2 x 3 m, hight 2,4 m	  Photography: W. Woessner

Life size large scale wire sculpture by Fritz Panzer - such an interesting concept, looks like a real-life sketch drawing.

Intersections: An Ornately Carved Wood Cube Projects Shadows onto Gallery Walls

Intersections: An Ornately Carved Wood Cube Projects Shadows onto Gallery Walls wood shadows religion light Islam installation Created by mixed media artist Anila Quayyum Agha

There's something immediately and deeply disturbing about the masking of facial features-it's like it activities something primal-fight or flight-and takes more than usual time to realise it's someone with magazine pictures on their features.

There's something immediately and deeply disturbing about the masking of facial features-it's like it activities something primal-fight or flight-and takes more than usual time to realise it's someone with magazine pictures on their features.

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