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Nelson Mandela Capture Monument / Marco Cianfanelli

The Nelson Mandela Sculpture in Howick KwaZulu-Natal South Africa. The artist of the sculpture is Marco Cianfanelli. The sculpture is made up of 50 poles that symbolize the 50th Anniversary of his arrest in Howick KwaZulu-Natal…

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Neo-Expressionism Figurative Painting / Jean-Michel Basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat was an American artist. He began as an obscure graffiti artist in New York City in the late 1970s and evolved into an acclaimed Neo-expressionist and Primitivist painter by the 1980s. Jean-Michel Basquiat used a mix of text and image in his work, creating paintings that are based in the language of grafitti art…

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Kinetic Solar-powered Chandeliers / Luke Jerram

Kinetic Solar-powered Chandeliers Artwork by Luke Jerram, This 5m tall chandelier containing 665 radiometers was designed and created for the Bristol and Bath Science Park, UK…

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Extra Moenia – Bronze Sculptures Embedded In Gallery Walls / Matteo Pugliese

The collection of sculptures Extra Moenia was created by the Italian sculptor Matteo Pugliese, who lives and works in Milan. The collection depicts men who give the feeling of being trapped in the wall. Their construction is primarily made of bronze…

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Extra Moenia - Bronze Sculptures Embedded In Gallery Walls By Matteo Pugliese - 2009-2012 Zenith

‘Nests and Cocoon-Like Forms’ Installations / Laura Ellen Bacon

The work of Laura Ellen Bacon has been described as, ‘monumental’, ‘uncanny’, ‘compelling’ and ‘beautifully strange’. Laura’s contemporary sculptures were initially inspired by nests and cocoon-like forms and she has since developed her own unique language with materials – a language that communicates the properties of the materials she uses and her strong desire to turn chaotic amounts of raw materials into ‘spaces’ of some kind…

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Bad Dog – Labrador sculpture at OCMA / Richard Jackson

Artist Richard Jackson recently installed a 28-foot-tall sculpture of a black Labrador taking a pie int he Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) in Newport Beach, California. The installation, known simply as Bad Dog,claiming its temporary territory throughout the run of the 74-year-old artist’s first retrospective exhibit titled Richard Jackson: Ain’t Painting a Pain…

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Peoples Meeting Dome / Bureau Detours – Kristoffer Tejlgaard & Benny Jepsen

The two Danish architects Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen have recently completed a deconstructed geodesic dome, commissioned by BL, the interest organization representing about 700 housing associations, which manage almost 20% of Denmark’s dwellings. The architects wanted to create a unique structure not only for the event (which was intended to discuss the future of housing), but also offer an independent piece of work that would in itself be a contribution…

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Button Artwork / Augusto Esquivel

Miami-based artist Augusto Esquivel realistically duplicates objects by suspending thousands of sewing buttons on mere strings. Each strand of his incredible sculptural pieces work with their adjacent string of buttons to create colorful replicas of everything, from a basic geometric cube to a stone fountain covered in flowers and spouting water…

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  • U.S. Land Port of Entry in Calais, Maine / Robert Siegel Architects - The Calais Land Port of Entry creates a memorable, environmentally friendly national symbol for travellers crossing the US – Canada border. The 26-acre facility comprises a main administration building, a firearms certification range, office and storage space, and several smaller facilities (e.g., kennels). It also incorporates the first new bridge built between the two nations in decades...

    Pinned: 18 Aug 2013
  • Washington Canal Park / OLIN Studio & STUDIOS Architecture - Designed by Philadelphia-based Olin, the three-acre park features a skating loop, interactive fountains, seating areas, and open spaces that will be programmed with public events such as movie screenings and farmers markets. A linear rain garden along the edge of the park is the most visible indication of a site-wide rainwater collection system that collects water runoff, held in cisterns under the site,...

    Pinned: 16 Aug 2013
  • House on Mount Anville / Aughey O'Flaherty Architects - The Dublin-based practice Aughey O'Flaherty Architects has replaced a 1970s bungalow with an ‘energy efficient’ home in Mount Anville on the outskirts of the Irish capital. Its beautiful combination of materials, use of sunlight, and for integrating ecological elements so seamlessly into such a contemporary design...

    Pinned: 15 Aug 2013
  • W Singapore - Sentosa Cove / WATG - Designed & Conceptualized by renowned architectural firm Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG), Inspired by a dynamic cosmopolitan lifestyle, mixed with Sentosa’s vibrant natural surroundings, W Singapore-Sentosa Cove adopts this narrative, blurring the line between cosmopolitan city-state and the beauty of untamed nature...

    Pinned: 14 Aug 2013
  • Cesta & Cestita lamps / Miguel Milá for Santa & Cole - The Cesta & Cestita lamps is a magic lantern in Japan style. It consists of a cherry wood structure and has a spherical opal white shade. Making its first appearance in 1965, Miguel Milá’s ‘Cesta’ and its smaller sibling ‘Cestita’, simplicity itself in formal terms, have been given a new lease of life by Santa & Cole with an optional LED light-source fitting. With dimmer...

    Pinned: 30 Jul 2013
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