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Beautiful photos of children that understood the point of art

Gijs Van Vaerenbergh . reading between the Lines

There's Less To This Church Than Meets The Eye

From far away, this church looks like any of the other Christian houses of worship that dot the Belgian region of Haspengouw. But step closer and the bui.

Parking lines transformed

Artist Playfully Transforms Street Markings Into Works of Art

Funny pictures about Parking Space Art. Oh, and cool pics about Parking Space Art. Also, Parking Space Art photos.

Kneeled-Down Stone Giant by Unknown Artist ~ #Art #Sculpture

Here's How You Can Grow Your Own Avocado At Home!

Gabion river stone sculpture at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada. photo by Benjamin Fish

Japanese-born fiber artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam's crocheted playgrounds for children

Artist: Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam She creates large crocheted instilations that are beyond amazing. Mist take alot of patience.

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In place it's 'The Caring Hand' sculpture, in Glarus, Switzerland. - Find the most interesting and bizarre picture galleries and share them with your friends!

Heatherwick street bench design - love it, especially with the lights underneath. Should have done this at Nelson-Atkins Museum!

Jesolo Lido Pool Villa / JM Architecture

Creative Landscape and landscape architecture-Heatherwick street bench design - love it, especially with the lights underneath

New York Public Library: 26 foot tall "Read" installation. It was made from 25,000 Dr. Seuss books that were donated to schools and libraries when the installation came down.

26 foot tall "Read" installation outside the NYC public library. It was sculpted out of Dr. Seuss books, all of which were donated to New York City schools and libraries after the installation came down.

"Under the Baobab" for London's 'Festival of the World' (2012) produced by Pirate Technics, made from fabrics selected or designed by MA textile students from Chelsea Collage of Art and Design. Photo: Lara Lee

15 metre tall baobab tree sculpture in Southbank, London as part of the Festival of the World exhibition. Each ring is made by people and material from around the globe. The baobab tree is the oldest living tree in Africa, a symbol for meditation and comm

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