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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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These lyrical neon sign sculptures, by London and Berlin-based artist Olivia Steele, really tug at my heart strings . . . in the most gratifying way, of more →
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In collaboration with the Duomo and Opera d’Arte in Milan, international art collective Cracking Art Group created and placed 50 blue snail sculptures on more →
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Belgian designer and artist Liesbet Bussche has transformed street barriers and roadblocks, throughout the streets of Amsterdam, into larger than life more →
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Judy Aldridge's new Dallas digs, filled with a wonderful mix of flea market finds and antique treasures, graced the pages of Rue Magazine's latest issue. I'm more →
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Gibbs Farm, a large sculpture park in North Auckland, New Zealand, is home to a collection of incredible, large scale artworks by some of the world's most more →
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It's mind blowing to see what artist Lisa Kellner is able to do with silk organza, thread, and various pigments. Her immense sculptures take the shape more →
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How cool are these sculptures constructed from international bills? Canadian artist Kristi Malakoff skillfully folds, cuts, and pastes paper money from all more →
bonsai
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It's no wonder a former maze illustrator is the architect behind these incredibly detailed bonsai sculptures made of clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, more →
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Apparently, Brian Dettmer isn't the only über-talented sculptor cutting into books. Guy Laramee, an interdisciplinary artist, is best known for more →
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I'm completely mesmerized by Janet Echelman's massive moving net sculptures. Her colorful projects draw inspiration from ancient craft and modern technology, more →
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