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Lewis Miller has become New York City's flower bandit. The flower designer, known for his over-the-top and magnificent installations, has been flower bombing more →
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It's good to see that Jan Vormann is still, after all these years, working his magic with Legos. The German artist uses everyone's favorite childhood more →
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Niral Parekh's got mail, lots of it. The graphic designer arranges different combinations of his paper mail into a custom made organizer to spell out words more →
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When an artist's medium involves a florescent spectrum of sugar, glitter, candy, pom poms, pipe cleaners, and washi tape, you know it's going to be magical. more →
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Wow. How incredible are these paper sculptures that hung from the London's Burlington Arcade? Paper artist Zoe Bradley created two monumental chandeliers, more →
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Environmental artist Steve Messam has built a weight-bearing bridge out of sheets of poppy-red paper, over a small creek, in the middle of the English more →
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How is this for crazy cool: everything, I mean everything, in Lucy Sparrow's London corner shop is made from felt. The artist spent eight months hand more →
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What started out an accidental exercise with a single roll of painter's tape, is now the medium that artist Aakash Nihalani uses for his geometric, trompe more →
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Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova places old books and other documents together and paints over them to create the most beautiful installations. Below are more →
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Since 1999, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie has used ordinary vinyl tape to transform spaces into visual wonders in his signature floor series Zobop. These more →
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Dutch designer John Breed created this leggy installation for Breuninger's newly opened shoe salon in Stuttgart, Germany. The vibrant and playful piece is more →
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You know it was a proper celebration when you wake up in the morning to find disco balls on the floor . . . melted and partied out. Cheers to a festive 2012 more →
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