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Looping Roller-Coaster Stairway You Can Actually Walk On

Visitors eagerly approach 'Magic Mountain' imagining that it will be a roller coaster of sorts, and are confounded when they find it to be a walkable sculpture.

Honey I Shrunk The City! Alan Wolfson’s Tiny Streets

The urban sculptures of Alan Wolfson are tiny, incredibly detailed views of the mundane city landmarks that urban citizens interact with on a daily basis.

Tiny Toothpick Art Goes Far Behind Merely Miniature

These amazingly detailed replicas of architecture like the Eiffel Tower, the Burj Khalifa and the Golden Gate Bridge were created using just a single toothpick.

25 Wire Sculptures Worth Getting In A Twist Over

The range of styles utilized by wire sculptors is as incredible as the art work itself, from abstract scenes to ultra realistic portraits.

Golden Raindrops Rise and Fall in Singapore Airport Installation

Over a thousand copper-coated aluminum raindrops move in undulating computer-programmed patterns in an installation at the Changi Airport in Singapore.

Gallery-Worthy Gadgetry: 10 Terrific High-Tech Art Projects

Technology makes our lives better, but it can also make the world a more beautiful place. These 10 art projects all use technology to create compelling images.

Topographic Tomes: More Carved Books by Guy Laramee

Books are transformed into stunning landscape scenes of glaciers, mountains, lush green hills and ocean waves in sculptor Guy Laramee's new series, Guan Yin.

Giant Paper Flowers Bloom Inside Abbey Church in France

Sculptor Peter Gentenaar fills a stunning, vaulted-ceiling Gothic cathedral in France with over 100 of his delicate paper flower sculptures.

The Shape of Sound: New Orleans Village Made of Music

Is this shantytown in New Orleans the most musical neighborhood in the world? Every tiny shack here is a functional musical instrument.

Olympic Disguise: Titanium Fish Screen Installation for London

An 820-foot-long titanium school of fish was installed in London for the summer to hide a 1970s shopping center from view of Olympic visitors.

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