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installation by Swiss artist Regine Ramseier of two thousand dandelion blowies {yes, I call them “blowies”} from a grassy meadow to this little white room (The Jealous Curator)

Yarn benches ~ L'Aquila, Italy

''yarn bombing'' is one of those spur of the moment ideas that really isn't a bad thing. decorating something with yarn in a classy way is fun and pretty. this bench looks amazing to me.

Street art

Wall of Books. A wall in Amsterdam West, designed with ceramic books by Sanja Medic, Melle Hammer and Susanne Laws. Photo by Barbro Norman. Ceramic book building in Amsterdam,

DIY Turn PVC pipes into a playground musical instrument.

DIY Turn PVC pipes into a playground musical instrument. I wish this had the instructions with it, but I might be able to figure it out. This might even work as a service learning project for the playground

Gustav Klimt, Lake Attersee

A “frame filled with lake water” is what one contemporary art critic called Gustav Klimt’s 1901 painting of Lake Attersee. Although several commentators are of the opinion that this lake painting is almost even abstract, it wa

The American Dream - sand sculpture installation by Chad Wright

The American Dream: A Sand Castle Suburb Consumed by the Ocean waves — Masterplan, installation by designer and artist Chad Wright

Great idea- pre drawn frames- invite children to join in making masterpieces

Great idea- pre drawn frames- invite children to join in making masterpieces Great for the kid's table at the wedding!

james turrell

James Turrell (b. Los Angeles, CA) - Baker Pool, James Turrell’s Installation in the basement of a Greenwich, Connecticut barn belonging to Richard and Lisa Baker and their three children.

Shinichi Maruyami's "Writing in the Sky"

Japanese artist Shinichi Maruyama working on his "Kusho" series, which represents the interplay of black ink and water, both in midair and on white surfaces.

Hermès Paper Pavillon by Shigeru Ban at Milano Design Week.

Constructed for Beijing Design Week the ‘Ban’ pavilion draws inspiration from floral petals in the way the shape of the flower is created by its bent petals. Designed by Orproject, Ban is constructed from bent polymer sheets which form a self-support

Bloom art installation by Anna Schuleit

Bloom, an installation by Brooklyn-based artist and 2006 MacArthur Fellow Anna Schuleit. Bloom was an installation of potted flowers installed in the vacant hallways of Massachusetts Mental Health Center prior to its closing in

Artist Tomoko Ishida makes these beautiful creations out of paper.

Japanese artist Tomoko Ishida turns pieces of paper offerings left at Buddhist temples into moving, ethereal sculptural installations.

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