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The 21st Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Japan: Swimming Pool, Leandro Erlich

Leandro Erlich “Swimming Pool” - When seen from the deck, the pool appears to be filled with deep, shimmering water. In fact, however, a layer of water only some 10 centimeters deep is suspended over.

"wind spiral II" by bronwyn berman by Jamie Williams Photography, via Flickr

Art in Nature Installation, Artist Example: Bronwyn Berman beach weaving .the wave .land art installation great texture ,shape and use of natural materials

One man,100,000 toothpicks,and 35 years Amazing Kinetic Sculpture

One Man, Toothpicks, and 35 Years: An Incredible Kinetic Sculpture of San Francisco Artist Scott Weaver spent over thirty years building this incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco using toothpicks.

Vera Moller...click on picture to see these cool ceramic pieces displayed in a natural setting...=}

I love these gorgeous, organic, graphic ceramic sculptures by German {Australian based} artist Vera M& Wouldn& it be amazing, and quite frankly kinda magical, to find a few of these little things & on the forest floor while out for a morning stroll&

dionyssos:  Ruth Asawa , crocheted metal sculptur

Ruth Asawa is a San Francisco based Japanese artist who does sculpture work including many pieces that are crocheted with metal. I have heard of Ruth Asawa so I decided to check this wire sculpture by her out.

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So original: animal models covered in tapestries. Tapestry Trends: Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy - a look at the artist's home and studio, Image Source Tracy Lee Lynch

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Sci-fi meets Céline: Minki Cheng presents his AW14 collection | Fashion, Graduates | 1 Granary

Sci-fi meets Céline: Minki Cheng presents his AW14 collection | Fashion, Graduates | 1 Granary

Only when you stand in just the right location do the portraits of Michael Murphy pop into view. His highly detailed works are created using a large array of media, using multiple layers that only align from one viewpoint. The resulting images are so seamless, they almost seem to be created with Photoshop. See more of his work at mmike.com.

Multi-layered sculptures - by Micheal Murphy . Michael Murphy challenges the boundaries between the second and third dimensions in his art. What appears to be a painting is, in fact, a series of dissected layers, forming…