Coloring book - Jeff Koons - Royal Academy of Arts - London -United Kingdom - Specially created for the Summer Exhibition, Coloring book, stainless steel with a surface decoration of brightly colored swirls. Reflecting the almost symetrical architecture of its surroundings, the sculpture has an intriguing quality of seeming to be transparent from certain angles. The piece reflects Koons interest in society's obsession with infantilism and youth.

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

“If you can cultivate the right attitude, your enemies are your best spiritual teachers because their presence provides you with the opportunity to enhance and develop tolerance, patience and understanding”. - Dalai Lama

Do this with photography, double exposure 'freddie' by NYC mixed media artist Veronica Leto. ACEO x in. This very interesting image took lots of research to locate! via evey in orbit on Etsy

Katie Lion | Untitled paper sculpture

Though this sculpture does not maintain a pattern, the black against a lighter background makes it appear plain yet bold.

Antony Gormley - Clearing; crazy someone could make a sculpture that looks like a child's scribble. amazing.

The work consists of up to 7 kilometres of raw metal rod that arcs from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, creating a three-dimensional drawing in space.

mikehemberger:    Antony Gormley - FEELING MATERIAL XXVIII, 2007

Website of British sculptor Antony Gormley, creator of the Angel of the North, Field for the British Isles, and Quantum Cloud.

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