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Pierre Huyghe, "Timekeeper", 1999. "Huyghe sanded down the wall of Seccession Gallery in Vienna, revealing a kind of topography of paint layers from previous exhibitions."

vjeranski: “Pierre Huyghe “Timekeeper,” 1999 Hole revealing wall painting of successive exhibition layers, 20 cm in diameter ”

VG&P for CDW'16Creation of the graphics for VG&P's exhibition – part of the British Collection during Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 – Art Direction of the photoshoot, Catalogue design and Invites.— 2016, with Studio Eger.

VG&P for of the graphics for VG&P's exhibition – part of the British Collection during Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 – Art Direction of the photoshoot, Catalogue design and Invites.— with Studio Eger.

"The Sky's the Limit" exhibit, 2010 Open European Quilt Championship, posted at Patchwork und Quiltjournal

"The Sky's the Limit" exhibit, 2010 Open European Quilt Championship, posted at Patchwork und Quiltjournal by maura

Amazing Christmas Purple Aurora Borealis In Norway!

Rainbow theme mixed border colour - Blue Amazing Christmas Purple Aurora Borealis In Norway!

**** Exhibit A. Previous pinner: Flamingo chick. Me: This is ridiculous! A prime example of some completely clueless person making up a caption on the spot and putting it out there, to confuse and misinform the masses in perpetuity. So anyway, notice how really, really tiny this baby bird is. Notice how it hatched out pink and mostly naked. Notice the distinctive shape of its PARAKEET beak! (Comments below.)

This reminds me of so many tiny baby birds i killed with too much attention! Wish i would've used a spoon!

Interactive Exhibition - Would be cool if we printed our work on big jigsaw pieces that can be put together by visitors to re-create our project

Interactive Exhibition - Would be cool if we printed our work on big jigsaw pieces that can be put together by visitors to re-create our project (previous pinner)

Exhibit A. Previous pinner: Spanish Dancer Jellyfish. Me: I had to relocate this from my "Jellyfish, Anemones, Sponges" board when I found out that this is merely a work of art, a fractal. (Although it doesn't resemble what I usually think of as a fractal. Whatevs.)

The Spanish dancer (Hexabranchus sanguineus - meaning "blood-colored six-gills") is a dorid nudibranch. Not a human dancer, but amazing colors.

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