Tom Skinner
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Walk this way: “What Will You Leave Behind?” by Nino Sarabutra, where visitors are invited to walk on 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls.

Walk this way: “What Will You Leave Behind?” by Nino Sarabutra, where visitors are invited to walk on miniature porcelain skulls. Cool idea for sugar skulls. You may not be able to walk on them though.

TORAFU ARCHITECTS. minamo for TOTO. Tokyo Designers Week 2011, it lets you feel the shimmer and beauty of water. It is an exhibition booth that uses no water yet interactively gives visitors the sense of the surface of water (minamo).

water, light, projection- with a highly reflective surface, uneven beveling and the right lighting angles- this could be a very, very simple project.

The Unilever Series: Ai Weiwei Sunflower Seeds 2010 the interior of the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern with Ai Weiwei's installation of sunflower seeds

The Unilever Series: Ai Weiwei Sunflower Seeds 2010 the interior of the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern with Ai Weiwei's installation of sunflower seeds--they are porcelain sunflowers hand-painted by the people of the Chinese city Jingdezhen

Doris Salcedo  “Shibboleth”  Tate modern - Turbine hall  2007

Doris Salcedo “Shibboleth” Tate modern - Turbine hall 2007 - I'm including this in "Public Art" because it was so accessible and the Tate Modern is a free museum to visit, apart from special exhibitions!

Public art installation called "I See What You Mean". It stands 40' tall with an exterior lapis lazuli blue coloring. Created by sculptor by da_names_ellie

Aww the Big Blue Bear! Public art installation called "I See What You Mean". Created by sculptor Lawrence Argent - for the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.