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My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang
Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |
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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang
Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |
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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang
Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |
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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang
Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |
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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang

Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |

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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

Must Watch:
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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982

Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

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Firewall: An Interactive Fabric Surface by Aaron Sherwood

Having studied Interactive Design at university it’s only natural that I’m a sucker for interactive installations such as this. Rather simple in essence, yet visually stunning and complex, "a stretched sheet of spandex acts as a membrane interface sensitive to depth that people can push into and create fire-like visuals and expressively play music". A video demonstrating the work is embedded below, definitely worth a watch.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Colosal]

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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank
This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank
This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank
This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank
This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank

This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]

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Crash by Dirk Skreber
Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.
"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]
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Crash by Dirk Skreber
Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.
"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]
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Crash by Dirk Skreber
Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.
"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]
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Crash by Dirk Skreber
Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.
"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]
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Crash by Dirk Skreber

Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.

"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]

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Rain Room by rAndom International
Rain Room is a hundred square metre environment of continuous downpour, however, by stepping in to the rainfall, the water is able to curve around your body as you walk to allow you to pass through the room without getting drenched in the process. A video demonstration is embedded below to give a more detailed look at the piece.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo |

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Rain Room by rAndom International
Rain Room is a hundred square metre environment of continuous downpour, however, by stepping in to the rainfall, the water is able to curve around your body as you walk to allow you to pass through the room without getting drenched in the process. A video demonstration is embedded below to give a more detailed look at the piece.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo |

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Rain Room by rAndom International
Rain Room is a hundred square metre environment of continuous downpour, however, by stepping in to the rainfall, the water is able to curve around your body as you walk to allow you to pass through the room without getting drenched in the process. A video demonstration is embedded below to give a more detailed look at the piece.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo |

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Rain Room by rAndom International
Rain Room is a hundred square metre environment of continuous downpour, however, by stepping in to the rainfall, the water is able to curve around your body as you walk to allow you to pass through the room without getting drenched in the process. A video demonstration is embedded below to give a more detailed look at the piece.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo |

Must Watch:
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Rain Room by rAndom International

Rain Room is a hundred square metre environment of continuous downpour, however, by stepping in to the rainfall, the water is able to curve around your body as you walk to allow you to pass through the room without getting drenched in the process. A video demonstration is embedded below to give a more detailed look at the piece.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo |

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Leaf, Autumn 2012 by HYBE
The speed which we communicate today is lightning fast and long gone are the days of waiting for a letter in the mail. This interactive installation looks to bring back a sense of time and physicality in this digital age. Users are able to write their own messages on a digital tablet and watch as the printers located on the tree’s branches begin to print the messages on real paper and user watch as they fall like autumn leafs. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

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Leaf, Autumn 2012 by HYBE
The speed which we communicate today is lightning fast and long gone are the days of waiting for a letter in the mail. This interactive installation looks to bring back a sense of time and physicality in this digital age. Users are able to write their own messages on a digital tablet and watch as the printers located on the tree’s branches begin to print the messages on real paper and user watch as they fall like autumn leafs. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

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Leaf, Autumn 2012 by HYBE
The speed which we communicate today is lightning fast and long gone are the days of waiting for a letter in the mail. This interactive installation looks to bring back a sense of time and physicality in this digital age. Users are able to write their own messages on a digital tablet and watch as the printers located on the tree’s branches begin to print the messages on real paper and user watch as they fall like autumn leafs. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

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Leaf, Autumn 2012 by HYBE
The speed which we communicate today is lightning fast and long gone are the days of waiting for a letter in the mail. This interactive installation looks to bring back a sense of time and physicality in this digital age. Users are able to write their own messages on a digital tablet and watch as the printers located on the tree’s branches begin to print the messages on real paper and user watch as they fall like autumn leafs. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

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Leaf, Autumn 2012 by HYBE

The speed which we communicate today is lightning fast and long gone are the days of waiting for a letter in the mail. This interactive installation looks to bring back a sense of time and physicality in this digital age. Users are able to write their own messages on a digital tablet and watch as the printers located on the tree’s branches begin to print the messages on real paper and user watch as they fall like autumn leafs. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

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Lotus Dome by Studio Roosegaarde
This living dome is created out of feather light aluminium flowers that fold and curl open in response to human interaction. When approaching the silver dome the petals begin opening and the dome becomes illuminated casting shadow patterns on surrounding surfaces. The more people interacting with the dome the more dynamic the mood becomes, even to the point of following and playing with people as they begin to walk around the room. Video demonstration embedded below:

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

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Lotus Dome by Studio Roosegaarde
This living dome is created out of feather light aluminium flowers that fold and curl open in response to human interaction. When approaching the silver dome the petals begin opening and the dome becomes illuminated casting shadow patterns on surrounding surfaces. The more people interacting with the dome the more dynamic the mood becomes, even to the point of following and playing with people as they begin to walk around the room. Video demonstration embedded below:

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

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Lotus Dome by Studio Roosegaarde
This living dome is created out of feather light aluminium flowers that fold and curl open in response to human interaction. When approaching the silver dome the petals begin opening and the dome becomes illuminated casting shadow patterns on surrounding surfaces. The more people interacting with the dome the more dynamic the mood becomes, even to the point of following and playing with people as they begin to walk around the room. Video demonstration embedded below:

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

Must Watch:
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Lotus Dome by Studio Roosegaarde
This living dome is created out of feather light aluminium flowers that fold and curl open in response to human interaction. When approaching the silver dome the petals begin opening and the dome becomes illuminated casting shadow patterns on surrounding surfaces. The more people interacting with the dome the more dynamic the mood becomes, even to the point of following and playing with people as they begin to walk around the room. Video demonstration embedded below:

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

Must Watch:
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Lotus Dome by Studio Roosegaarde

This living dome is created out of feather light aluminium flowers that fold and curl open in response to human interaction. When approaching the silver dome the petals begin opening and the dome becomes illuminated casting shadow patterns on surrounding surfaces. The more people interacting with the dome the more dynamic the mood becomes, even to the point of following and playing with people as they begin to walk around the room. Video demonstration embedded below:

Artists: | Website | [via: The Creators Project]

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IRIS by Hybe
Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

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IRIS by Hybe
Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

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IRIS by Hybe
Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

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IRIS by Hybe
Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

Must Watch:
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IRIS by Hybe

Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde
This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde
This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

Watch:
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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde
This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

Watch:
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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde
This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

Watch:
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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde

This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

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Sundead by Luciano Podcaminsky
I was recently contacted by a rather pleasant artist known as Luciano Podcaminsky, who informed me of his work. He has some very interesting work but this piece in particular stood out to me. I’ve always thought of sun beds as pretty weird, why you’d pay someone to damage your skin is beyond me, but why I see tanning salons in places with hot climates is even more peculiar. Surely one of the best things about the sun is that its rays are free.

Artists: | Website |
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Sundead by Luciano Podcaminsky
I was recently contacted by a rather pleasant artist known as Luciano Podcaminsky, who informed me of his work. He has some very interesting work but this piece in particular stood out to me. I’ve always thought of sun beds as pretty weird, why you’d pay someone to damage your skin is beyond me, but why I see tanning salons in places with hot climates is even more peculiar. Surely one of the best things about the sun is that its rays are free.

Artists: | Website |
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Sundead by Luciano Podcaminsky

I was recently contacted by a rather pleasant artist known as Luciano Podcaminsky, who informed me of his work. He has some very interesting work but this piece in particular stood out to me. I’ve always thought of sun beds as pretty weird, why you’d pay someone to damage your skin is beyond me, but why I see tanning salons in places with hot climates is even more peculiar. Surely one of the best things about the sun is that its rays are free.

Artists: | Website |

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Plastic Cups by Tara Donovan
Created out of thousands of drinking cups this plastic field measures approximately 50 by 55 feet. Resembling a topographical landscape, the staggered stacking of the cups causes me to view the piece as a swirling polystyrene ocean with ripples and wave reminiscent of a slowly undulating body of water.

Artist: | Website | [via: Sweet Station]
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Plastic Cups by Tara Donovan
Created out of thousands of drinking cups this plastic field measures approximately 50 by 55 feet. Resembling a topographical landscape, the staggered stacking of the cups causes me to view the piece as a swirling polystyrene ocean with ripples and wave reminiscent of a slowly undulating body of water.

Artist: | Website | [via: Sweet Station]
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Plastic Cups by Tara Donovan
Created out of thousands of drinking cups this plastic field measures approximately 50 by 55 feet. Resembling a topographical landscape, the staggered stacking of the cups causes me to view the piece as a swirling polystyrene ocean with ripples and wave reminiscent of a slowly undulating body of water.

Artist: | Website | [via: Sweet Station]
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Plastic Cups by Tara Donovan
Created out of thousands of drinking cups this plastic field measures approximately 50 by 55 feet. Resembling a topographical landscape, the staggered stacking of the cups causes me to view the piece as a swirling polystyrene ocean with ripples and wave reminiscent of a slowly undulating body of water.

Artist: | Website | [via: Sweet Station]
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Plastic Cups by Tara Donovan
Created out of thousands of drinking cups this plastic field measures approximately 50 by 55 feet. Resembling a topographical landscape, the staggered stacking of the cups causes me to view the piece as a swirling polystyrene ocean with ripples and wave reminiscent of a slowly undulating body of water.

Artist: | Website | [via: Sweet Station]
Zoom Info

Plastic Cups by Tara Donovan

Created out of thousands of drinking cups this plastic field measures approximately 50 by 55 feet. Resembling a topographical landscape, the staggered stacking of the cups causes me to view the piece as a swirling polystyrene ocean with ripples and wave reminiscent of a slowly undulating body of water.

Artist: | Website | [via: Sweet Station]

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NY-Space by Simone Decker
Reminiscent of Dr. Who’s TARDIS this walk in booth creates the illusion of infinity within a finite space. I’ve seen work like this on a smaller scale and I even had a mirror that created a similar illusion as a child with LED bulbs, but seeing the effect on a much larger scaled is far more impressive as you feel lost inside such a small area.

Artists: | Website | [via: Today&Tomorrow]
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NY-Space by Simone Decker
Reminiscent of Dr. Who’s TARDIS this walk in booth creates the illusion of infinity within a finite space. I’ve seen work like this on a smaller scale and I even had a mirror that created a similar illusion as a child with LED bulbs, but seeing the effect on a much larger scaled is far more impressive as you feel lost inside such a small area.

Artists: | Website | [via: Today&Tomorrow]
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NY-Space by Simone Decker
Reminiscent of Dr. Who’s TARDIS this walk in booth creates the illusion of infinity within a finite space. I’ve seen work like this on a smaller scale and I even had a mirror that created a similar illusion as a child with LED bulbs, but seeing the effect on a much larger scaled is far more impressive as you feel lost inside such a small area.

Artists: | Website | [via: Today&Tomorrow]
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NY-Space by Simone Decker

Reminiscent of Dr. Who’s TARDIS this walk in booth creates the illusion of infinity within a finite space. I’ve seen work like this on a smaller scale and I even had a mirror that created a similar illusion as a child with LED bulbs, but seeing the effect on a much larger scaled is far more impressive as you feel lost inside such a small area.

Artists: | Website[via: Today&Tomorrow]

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Central Kaeru Station: Where Have All These Toys Come From? by Hiroshi Fuji
Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji’s work looks for “ways of transforming existences that are not valued by society into special existences”. For his latest exhibition he spent 13 years collecting more than 100,000 unwanted toys and then invited children and the general public to interact and participate in his awe inspiring creation.

Artists: | Website | [via: CollabCubed]
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Central Kaeru Station: Where Have All These Toys Come From? by Hiroshi Fuji
Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji’s work looks for “ways of transforming existences that are not valued by society into special existences”. For his latest exhibition he spent 13 years collecting more than 100,000 unwanted toys and then invited children and the general public to interact and participate in his awe inspiring creation.

Artists: | Website | [via: CollabCubed]
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Central Kaeru Station: Where Have All These Toys Come From? by Hiroshi Fuji
Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji’s work looks for “ways of transforming existences that are not valued by society into special existences”. For his latest exhibition he spent 13 years collecting more than 100,000 unwanted toys and then invited children and the general public to interact and participate in his awe inspiring creation.

Artists: | Website | [via: CollabCubed]
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Central Kaeru Station: Where Have All These Toys Come From? by Hiroshi Fuji
Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji’s work looks for “ways of transforming existences that are not valued by society into special existences”. For his latest exhibition he spent 13 years collecting more than 100,000 unwanted toys and then invited children and the general public to interact and participate in his awe inspiring creation.

Artists: | Website | [via: CollabCubed]
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Central Kaeru Station: Where Have All These Toys Come From? by Hiroshi Fuji

Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji’s work looks for “ways of transforming existences that are not valued by society into special existences”. For his latest exhibition he spent 13 years collecting more than 100,000 unwanted toys and then invited children and the general public to interact and participate in his awe inspiring creation.

Artists: | Website | [via: CollabCubed]

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