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I saw this on Design Sponge over the weekend and was so wowed by it — both as a public art project and as a bit of DIY inspiration. It’s the brainchild of architect Tali Buchler, who describe…

"Finger knitted tents: Smaller versions could become light fixtures/chandeliers"

Bench design, Newcastle. Street furniture is a great - and almost always missed - opportunity for thought-provoking public art & design. #organic #architecture

Another 12 of the Coolest Benches

peeled concrete bench as reveal for pavement glazing/ light well// such a modern idea//so creative!

Public art, fun multi-sensory interactive installation located at the entrance to King's Cross Station, London

Interactive art installations - Public art, fun multi-sensory interactive installation located at the entrance to King's Cross Station, London

The button wall at top created by Blok Design for the Partners for Mental Health campaign “Not Myself Today”. The identity, which uses different emotions and their corresponding colours, was turned into a wall of “mood pins” in a heavily travelled section of Toronto.

Wall of mood buttons, Partners for Mental Health installation in Toronto (by Blok Design) - interactive display - colour makes it pop. white spaces revealed below draws in others

The Kelpies Near Falkirk / Stirling - incredible work of public art standing taller than the Angel of the North, by Glasgow artist Andy Scott and inspired by the tradition of working horses in Scotland.

The Kelpies near Falkirk / Stirling - incredible work of public art standing taller than the Angel of the North, by Glasgow artist Andy Scott and inspired by the tradition of working Clydesdale horses in Scotland.

Shipbuilders - Andy Scott sculpture on the river Clyde

Shipbuilders - Andy Scott sculpture on the river Clyde commissioned as a feature for ‘Clydebuilt’, the Scottish Maritime Museum

River Spirit Sculpture, Clackmannanshire, Scotland by Artist Andy Scott

"River Spirit Showing the Forth" sculpture by Andy Scott - The metal lady holds a squiggle that forms a "map" of the River Forth (a 29 mile long river in Scotand) in Clackmannanshire, Scotland.

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reactions to contemporary art button installation in Vancouver (by Rethink) art installation.

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