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Kaarina Kaikkonen: Are We Still Going On?

Using hundreds of second-hand shirts Finnish environmental artist Kaarina Kaiakkonen creates site-specific installations suspended above roadways or inside large warehouse spaces.

It took Syrian artist Moaffak Makhoul and his team six months to complete the mural in the upscale Al Mazzeh area of Damascus.The team used scrap objects like broken mirrors, bicycle wheels, and aluminum cans to construct the mural, measuring feet across.

Features: The Louis Armstrong House Museum at 34-56 107th Street. YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CORONA Corona, Queens gears up for the US Open later t...

One tasty tour of Big Apple's black history

Features: The Louis Armstrong House Museum at 34-56 107th Street. YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CORONA Corona, Queens gears up for the US Open later t...

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Attack of the doppelgangers: the clones taking over Japan – in pictures

Japanese photographer Daisuke Takakura presents new photographic project “Monodramatic”. If the scientific cloning does not exist, the artistic clon

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Comic Book-Inspired Collages

collage illustrations - Polish illustrator Beata Szczecinska aka Cityabyss is creating majestic fashion collage illustrations inspired by comic books and graphic novels.

Laura Belém: The Temple of a Thousand Bells at York St. Mary’s.

Laura Belém: The Temple of a Thousand Bells at York St. Mary’s

Laura Belem, The temple of Thousand Bells, York St Mary, York, UK 2012

In The World Flag Ant Farm, Yanagi created a series of world flags by pouring colorful sand into a labyrinth of plexiglass boxes connected by tubes. He then introduced live ants into the art farm and let them go about their daily lives. In the process of tunneling through the sand, the ants created cracks in the flags and mixed the colors of each country's identifying design, resulting in their very own version of the United Nations.

The United Nations of Ant Farms

Amazing live ant farm art piece by Yanagi Yukinori. "The World Flag Ant Farm".

Stockholm metro. Photo by Angel Trinidad.

The Stockholm Metro is home to the world’s longest art gallery. Art for the price of a metro ticket.

If It's Hip, It's Here: Urban Plant Tags by Carmichael Collective

"Urban Plant Tags" by Carmichael Collective are plant nursery style tags for sidewalk fixtures.

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File:Raffles Institution ArtSpace in April

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