- ARMAN  "Long Term Parking", 1982

Expo ARMAN au Centre Pompidou

ARMAN - "Long Term Parking" - 1982 - Accumulation of 60 automobiles in concrete - Parc de sculpture Le Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, France - Light design by Stuart Haygarth

Have all the kids in the school bring one piece of plastic from home to recycle into art. The more colorful the better. This could be an interesting project for a lesson on recycling - Maggie Casey art installation

Maggie Casey 'Staircase', string, monofilament, staples, 2004 & first installed in an abandoned racquetball court on South Broad Street in Philadelphia. - Light installation, Paris

Light installation, Paris "make it your own idea by taking light sticks and bundle them together and stick them in the ground for your backyard" make a pathway or just put them randomly around - Coloring Book by Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons - Coloring Book - High chromium stainless steel with transparent color coating, installation at the Royal Academy, London - Damien Hirst. Cornucopia, 2008

I'm in heaven with all the uniqueness of these skulls! Cornucopia, Collection of the artist, © Damien Hirst, photo by Prudence Cuming Associates. - Damien Hirst The Tears of Jesus, 2003

DAMIEN HIRST Pharmaceuticals, 2005 Inkjet print in colors, on wove paper, with full margins, I. - The Inescapable Truth - Damien Hirst

The Inescapable Truth - Damien Hirst ironic piece that the dove symbolises freedom yet is trapped within the formaldhyde - Tracy Emin Tent

Tracey Emin Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963 - 1995 1995 Appliquéd tent, mattress and light 122 x 245 x 214 cm - Tracy Emin's There's A Lot Of Money In Chairs, 1994

Win the perfect balance experience with Yushoi

Tracy Emin's There's A Lot Of Money In Chairs, 1994 - would be great in studio! - Peter Gronquist

Peter Gronquist Untitled - neon, cow skull & spray plating - x x - Henrique Oliveira. Baitogogo | Palais de Tokyo, centre d’art contemporain

Photo courtesy of André Morin Henrique Oliveira's installation Baitogogo at Palais de Tokyo, Paris A complex network of organic material invades the architecture at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, in Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira's Baitogogo. - Michael Craig-Martin

Michael Craig-Martin - this looks like it was made with wire. i like this piece because it is unrealistic and artificial, its like a 'modelled' hammer with ought the hammer - Designer Inspirations: "Scandinavian graphic." — Whitney Pozgay, Whit

New York Designer Inspirations: Part One

Painted Logs for Natural Playscapes, inspired by Jacob Dahlgren - Playscapes. I really like painted logs - adds a bit of colour and fun to the area - Barrie Newman - Hello New York

Designer: Tara Donovan Location: NYC Inspiration: The idea of modules combine in a way to create a holistic structure yet still remain identifiable as individuals