Merete Moen
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Installation by Ran Hwang, who uses buttons, needles and thread to create amazin

Dreaming of Joy installation by Ran Hwang: Made of thousands of red buttons each secured by a pin to a wooden panel, the artist's painstaking execution is akin to a monk practicing Zen. The piece was only complete when the bird was surrounded by a 'cage'.

Shiota, In Silence - 2009

CHIHARU SHIOTA In Silence, 2008 Lana nera, pianoforte bruciato / Black wool, burnt grand piano Centre PasquArt, Biel © 2012 Chiharu Shiota. All rights reserved Photo by Sunhi Mang

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Nature vs Man Made I was unable to find the artist who created this sculpture, but I think this image is powerful. It directly comments on destruction and creation. Juxtaposing a paper mold growing from a tree makes the viewer think about paper and waste.

I would want to use this origami paper folding technique to make a mural and a typeface for my experimental typeface project.

Champagne Suite Inspiration I would want to use this origami paper folding technique to make a mural and a typeface for my experimental typeface project.

Fireflies on the Water (2002) by Yayoi Kusama. Installation made of 150 lights, mirrors, and water.

Fireflies on the Water by Yayoi Kusama. Installation made of 150 lights, mirrors, and water. Most beautiful thing I've ever seen in person

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This series by Sydney based artist Todd Robinson is actually titled “Oooh”.}, lazy-looking balloons made of hydrocal, polyester filler, and paint.