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O Antagonista - Lula é uma coisa linda

O Antagonista - Lula é uma coisa linda

Octopus!  In:  Smithsonian Magazine Announces 9th Annual Photo Contest Finalists

Negative image of an octopus, Sarah Jackson (Smithsonian Magazine Annual Photo Contest Finalist)

The latest creation from artist Robert Morris is the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art’s glass labyrinth.  Nelson-Atkins Museum Labyrinth

Try Not to Get Lost in the Nelson-Atkins Museum Glass Labyrinth

laughingsquid: Glass Labyrinth, An Interactive Glass-Walled Labyrinth Installation by Artist Robert Morris

'Rewind the Future', A Powerful Anti-Obesity Video Tracing a Man's Life From a Heart Attack to His Unhealthy Youth

'Rewind the Future', A Powerful Anti-Obesity Video Tracing a Man's Life From a Heart Attack to His Unhealthy Youth

An Extremely Powerful Anti-Obesity PSA That Might Just Change Your Eating Habits and Make You Healthier.

Gallery of Wind and Rain Bridge / Donn Holohan - The University of Hong Kong - 8

Gallery of Wind and Rain Bridge / Donn Holohan - The University of Hong Kong - 8

This giant brain-shaped phone booth is by Brazilian artist Carla Pires de Carvalho Fernandes. It was installed as part of a phone booth redesign competition in São Paulo, sponsored by telecom company Vivo.

Giant Brain Phone Booth

This giant brain-shaped phone booth is by Brazilian artist Carla Pires de Carvalho Fernandes. It was installed as part of a phone booth redesign competition in São Paulo, sponsored by telecom company Vivo.

'Plane Trees and the Phoenix' - photo by Andre Vandal (AV Dezign), via Flickr; at the 2013 Mosaïcultures Internationales Competition at Montreal's Botanical Garden, Quebec, Canada

Welcome to Mosaicultures Internationales de Montreal an international mosaiculture competition, an exhibition of horticultural art.

Giant Brain Phone Booth...the bit about a  phone booth is odd enough...the brain part just adds a whole new dimension...LOL

Giant Brain Phone Booth

Super brain -phone booth- (by Carla Pires de Carvalho) - in San Paulo, Brazil

Bruce Munros Newest Light Installation at the Holbourne Museum

Flowering bulbs: Artist's bright idea to create magical field of 5,000 Christmas lights

The city of Helsinki tapped Madrid-based Lighting Design Collective (LDC) to convert a once-used oil silo into an interactive light installation called Silo 468 to commemorate Helsinki being the World Design Capital of 2012. To mark such occasion, the silo’s walls were perforated with 2,012 holes that display a mesmerizing light show in Helsinki’s Kruunuvuorenranta district.

SILO 468: Interactive Light Art for Urban Redevelopment

Silo 468 is a Wind-Controlled LED Light Installation in an Abandoned Helsinki Oil Silo

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