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Cool elevator!  Lmao

The great escalator was made for The Simpsons movie. It features everyone’s favorite dolt chomping down on donuts at the bottom of the escalator. It looks like Homer Simpson eating a veggie burger.

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Sélection de Land Art

valscrapbook:    icancauseaconstellation: Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Running Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, 1972-76

I SOOOO remember this! Christo and Jeanne-Claude Running Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, Photo: Wolfgang Volz © 1976 Christo

These all together on the water brings magic to the pond  65,000 Recycled CDs Form Colorful Floating Waterlilies by http://www.brucemunro.co.uk

Colorful Floating Waterlilies Made of 65,000 Recycled CDs

Recycled CDs Form Colorful Floating Waterlilies by Bruce Munro. Again, i love re-purposed art; art made of trash. This was quite interesting and i think would look good as an instillation in some city.

Salt installations by artist Motoi Yamamoto

MOTOI YAMAMOTO, FLOATING GARDEN: rooms filled with the craziest salt installations. some videos of the process at source link. I know I've already pinned some of his art, but its just so cool.

These beautiful {and let’s face it, quite magical} installations are assembled and then photographed by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen. Since 2005, he’s been creating these engaging narratives using man-made objects {like tables, chairs, telephones, globes, and of course, lamps & books} placed into the natural landscape of Norway.

These beautiful installations are assembled and then photographed by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen using man-made objects like tables, chairs, lamps & books placed into the natural landscape of Norway. Aren't these beautiful?

Medieval Week

Medieval Week

contemporary artist graham caldwell:  i find this piece of contemporary art fascinating and so appealing to the human eye. i love how the mirrors are all different sizes and seem to encircle into a globe-like shape. also, i really enjoy the glamour aspect of this contemporary artwork.

Brooklyn-based artist Graham Caldwell creates glass-based installations which explore issues about surveillance, threat and self-obsession. Using many separate glass parts, usually mounted to a wall by metal fastenings, Caldwell arranges the glass objects

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