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Intricate Wire Sculptures by Tomohiro Inaba

Japanese sculptor Tomohiro Inaba’s unique approach is striking. Some of his work, consisting of steel wires of varying densities, almost looks like it’s moving. The subject matter of many of these pieces is animals… they start off in full form then dissolve into a tangled web of wire. 20 more words


Broadloom Carpet vs. Carpet Tiles

Traditional broadloom carpet may be a common flooring option for residential homes, but carpet tiles are quickly becoming a popular flooring option.  There are several reasons for this popularity, such as ease of installation, maintenance, and increased durability. 805 more words

Carpet Tiles

surface of your recollection

My friend Jen says that artists manipulate emotions, that’s just what they do. She also says that making art is inherently narcissistic. To have an idea and be so consumed and obsessed with it that you have to get it out into the world and give it audience outside your own brain. 76 more words

Love Letters To Denver

Walk-In Kaleidascope from Kobe - Awesome


An awesome walk-in kaleidoscope!

This is built as a giant origami, made of folded mirrors, inside a shipping container.  The folds are fabricated by laser cutting perforations into mirrors. 11 more words


‘Dead parrot’ installed in London

A giant dead parrot was installed in London last week to celebrate the last Monty Python show.

The 50 foot fibreglass sculpture was a tribute to Monty Python’s famous ‘dead parrot’ sketch and was placed near Tower Bridge in the run-up to the last show. 85 more words


LAX Airport Art

“In order to produce a tranquil moment amidst the chaotic activity at the los angeles international airport, Ball-Nogues Studi has realized ‘air garden’, a colorful cloud-like object occupying a light well in the bradley west terminal. 67 more words

Public Art

Sickboy: Make It Last Forever

25 July – 30 August

The Outsiders, London


UK street art pioneer Sickboy makes his first London gallery appearance this summer;, a multi-disciplinary exhibition designed specifically for The Outsiders London. 112 more words