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Interactive Sculpture Echoes the Movements of Spectators

Artist Daniel Rozin creates installation pieces that watch you even more closely than you watch them. His Angles Mirror installation features a triangular base ...

Dino-Lanterns: Multi-Pumpkin Carving Exhibit Goes Jurassic

A landscape of towering dinosaurs is eerily illuminated with an orange glow at the annual Great Jack O’ Lantern Blaze in New York. A team of professional ...

Art Wars: Stormtrooper Helmets Get a Colorful Makeover

‘Turning the dark side into the art side,’ a group of renowned contemporary artists have provided their unique spin on iconic Star Wars imagery ...

Busy Banksy: New Street Art Spans All 5 Boroughs of NYC

Banksy’s artwork is all over the map this month, both literally and metaphorically, showing up in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Staten ...

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Bone Flowers: Sculptures Made of Rodent Skeletons

A white sculpture of a dandelion becomes infinitely more interesting the closer you look, as you begin to pick out the tiniest of paws, vertebrae and tufts of ...

Peking Yuck: The 9 Worst Statues In China

These 9 Chinese statues are so awful, many were demolished within days of their unveiling after enduring scorn and ridicule by the People's Republic's people.

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Stoned Hipsters: Ancient Greeks in Modern Hipster Attire

We’ve all seen hipsters in the wild, and even if we can’t perfectly define what a hipster is, we know one when we see one. Parisian artist Léo ...

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Tiny Row House Installation Restores Missing Addresses

The seemingly 'missing' houses between numbers 54 and 70 on an Amsterdam street are restored in miniature by ad agency Natwerk.

Type Face: Monumental Figurative Sculptures Made of Text

Jumbles of illegible text form oversized, contemplative human figures looking over public spaces from London to Dubai in these typographic works by Jaume ...

An Entire Amusement Park Smashed Into a Four-Ton Cube

Amusement parks bring up fond memories of fast rides, junk food and hours in the sun. An artist has compressed all of that into one colorful cube.

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