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Art on the wall is one thing, but installations engage us with texture, light, color and sound, surrounding us and begging for interaction. They challenge conventions of the art world as well as the context of art itself, as these uncanny and unique projects illustrate in vivid three-dimensional form.

Ghosts of Architecture Past: 14 Fossils of Fallen Buildings

Like hazy memories or flickers of imagination, architectural structures either long since lost or never built in the first place interact with ...

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Potential Greenery: Topsoil & Time Shape ‘Empty Lot’ Artwork

A recently-completed, six-month art installation in the Tate Modern imported soil from parks all around London, arraying them in the museum’s Turbine ...

Cairo’s Trash Capital Gets Colorful with Massive Anamorphic Mural

One of Cairo’s seven settlements of the Zabbaleen, garbage collectors who make their living picking through and efficiently recycling the city’s trash, has ...

Famous Figures: How 21 Different Architects Draw Scale Humans

Many contemporary architects cut and paste scale figures into their renderings to show depth and dimension, but in cases where they draw their own, aspects of ...

Impactful: 12 Creative Works of Crash Test Dummy Art

That's gotta Hertz! These dozen examples of crash test dummy art & graffiti display a curious reverence for our impactful anthropomorphic analogs.

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Shanghai Tower Timelapse Film Captures 4 Years of Construction

The second-tallest building in the world seems to appear out of nowhere, shooting into the sky as if of its own accord, in this stunning time-lapse video of ...

80,000 Tiles Tell Story of Amsterdam’s Growth in New Bike Tunnel

A 361-foot tunnel connecting the historic city center of Amsterdam to its revitalized industrial waterfront district symbolically links past and present with a ...

Roadside Renaissance: Art Of The Painted Desert Project

Conceived by photographer/activist Chip Thomas, The Painted Desert Project connects urban street artists with communities in the southwest's Navajo Nation.

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Aperture Art: 360 Doors & Windows of the World Sorted by Country

This gorgeous collection of photographic montages highlights regional similarities and differences between types and styles of door and window designs all ...

In Praise of Art: Abandoned Church Colorfully Transformed by Okuda

Abandoned and dilapidated not so long ago, a neglected church in Morocco has become a vivid landmark decorated from the ground to the roof with colorful ...

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