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I always wanted to walk down the side of a building.

Chiharu Shiota 'Breath of The Spirit' - With over 600 shoes hanging by bright red yarn, the Chiharu Shiota ‘Breath Of The Spirit’ installation sure knows how to step it up.

"Bourrasque" is a sculpture installed in the courtyard of hotel in Lyon for the city’s annual Festival of Lights, the 200 suspended sheets were made from an electrically conductive material that lights up when a current passes through it.   London designer Paul Cocksedge molded each sheet of paper by hand – the paper is the same size as a sheet of a3 paper.

"Bourrasque" : Paul Cocksedge, Lyon Bourrasque is a sculpture installed in the courtyard of hotel in lyon for the city’s annual festival of lights. the 200 suspended sheets were made from an electrically conductive material that lights up when a current

Realistic 3D Paintings - The Meta Picture

Singaporean artist Keng Lye makes animals with alternating layer of acrylic paint and resin.or they are real animals that meet their untimely death in a pool of resin.

Henk Hofstra’s blue road in Drachten (Holland)

Henk Hofstra - Intervention - "Blue Road / Water is Life"

Chiharu Shiota - installation

Yarn-Tied Shoe Installations

Chiharu Shiota 'Breath of The Spirit' - With over 600 shoes hanging by bright red yarn, the Chiharu Shiota ‘Breath Of The Spirit’ installation sure knows how to step it up.

Art Installation Featuring Twenty Miles of Ribbons Suspended in San Francisco’s…

Art Installation Featuring Twenty Miles of Ribbons Suspended in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral

some more installation art - Graced With Light by Anne Patterson: Twenty Miles of Ribbons Are Suspended in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral for Art Installation

Title: “Le punte di Milano”    //   Artist: Michele De Lucchi    //    Location: Triennale

Some projects: enlightened buildings…

Title: “Le punte di Milano” Artist: Michele De Lucchi Location: Triennale A tribute to the Design Museum, the enlightened peaks on top of the building also remember the Duomo’s pinnacles.

The Neustadt Kunsthofpassage, if I understand my sources correctly, is an artsy neighborhood in Dresden. One wall of a building there is covered with funnels and gutters shaped like musical instruments. It’s like a Rube Goldberg machine with water.

The Funnel Wall of Dresden

This building is located in Dresden, Germany. It's called Neustadt Kunsthofpassage. And when it rains it starts to play music. This building is located in Dresden, Germany. It's called Neustadt Kunsthofpassage. And when it rains it starts to play music.

by Henrique Oliveira, the Brazilian emerging artist known for his spatial wooden pieces whose irregular forms devour large spaces which give you the sense that you are actually inhabiting someone’s body.

Henrique Oliveira Talks to

Henrique Oliveira Talks to Yatzer published in: Architecture, Interviews, Art By Stefania Vourazeri, 12 March 2012 Tapumes - Casa dos Leões VII Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre plywood and PVC photo © Eduardo Ortega

"Resembling natural structures like beehives and bird nests, these art installations by Tadashi Kawamata consist of wooden detritus like old chairs and pallets. The reclaimed items are lashed together with zip ties into massive public sculptures that bend and twist in unexpected ways."

Found Object Art: 13 Sculptures Made of Reclaimed Items

wave floor

Pocket Gardens Sprout on Paris's Anti-Parking Posts

Centquatre art space in Paris, Waste Landscape created by French artist Elise Morin and architect Clémence Eliard. Landscape composed of old CDs hand-sewn together into a meter surface.

why haven't we done this to any of our many steep staircases in sf?

What do you think of these colourful stairs? It sure gives colour to the town of Wuppertal, Germany! I love this simple, colorful idea! I'm brainstorming on what steps I can go paint to brighten up our city!

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