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Niels Strøbek

Niels Strøbek

I hope to go there someday!!  Olafur Eliasson’s, “Your rainbow panorama,” is a circular, panoramic walkway, in all the colors of the rainbow, constructed on the roof of the cubic museum building designed by schmidt hammer lassen. The ARoS building [in Aarhus, Denmark] was inspired by Dante’s 'Divine Comedy'..."  Read more here: http://www.arcspace.com/architects/olafur_eliasson/rainbow-panorama/rainbow-panorama.html

Rainbow building

“Your rainbow panorama” of the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. The new project was opened on the of May 2011 on the top of the ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum in Århus, Denmark. Permanent circular vivid walkway of a 150 meters long, 3 meters wide by

MoMA | Olafur Eliasson Like this.

Olafur Eliasson - This is an architecture book with more descriptive power than words alone could possible achieve. The book consists of 454 pages each laser-cut to produce a section representing of the artists actual house in Copenhagen, Denmark.

William H. Johnson (March 18, 1901 - 1970)- one of the greatest American artists of the 20th century

March 2015 Today In History ‘William Henry Johnson, painter, was born in Florence, SC, on this date March Johnson became the first Black artist to receive a “Retrospective” by the.

Superkilen by BIG, Topotek1 and Superflex

Superkilen park by BIG, Topotek1 and Superflex

YUKO TAKADA KELLER, PRISMATIC 1989: tracing paper installation.

Japanese artist Yuko Takada Keller dainty artwork is a definitely head turner. Yuko uses tracing paper for her work, the reason she says, “it creates a sense of transparency and etherealness”. They certainly are ethereal.

There is just something sexy about this, be it the lighting, the staging or just the girls... either way, very pretty

New Year Flower Girls

Models Maria Palm Lyduch, Julie Rode & Solveig Mørk Hansen pose in the floral editorial titled "Flower Girls" for the magazine Elle Denmark, issue of April 2011

Being the son of a Pre-school teacher I can't help but admire this sort of paper work. These amazing sculptures were all created by Peter Callesen, an artist from Denmark. And while I've only posted a few of his works below, you should definitely check out more at his site here. Link, via

Cut it out!

Entries for an art contest at the Hirshorn Modern Art Gallery in DC The rule was that the artist could use only one sheet of paper. these are awesome

The small size of this psalm book is typical of Scandinavian Lutheran texts. The colored bookbinding, however, is quite unusual. The binding probably dates from the rule of King Frederic V of Denmark, between 1746 and 1766. The tooling depicts two cherubs crowning Frederic at the top, with rampant lions and the king’s monogram below. The small silver clasps are delicate and finely wrought. Typical of the era, the silversmith did not use a hallmark, and the artist’s identity is not known.

Psalm book, small size is typical of Scandinavian Lutheran texts; the colored bookbinding, however, is quite unusual; the binding probably dates from the rule of King Frederic V of Denmark between 1746 and 1766

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