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The Obliteration Room by Yayoi Kusama

The Obliteration Room by Yayoi Kusama

"Gold dust" by Nina Holst

"Gold dust" by Nina Holst

These all together on the water brings magic to the pond  65,000 Recycled CDs Form Colorful Floating Waterlilies by http://www.brucemunro.co.uk

Colorful Floating Waterlilies Made of 65,000 Recycled CDs

These all together on the water brings magic to the pond 65,000 Recycled CDs Form Colorful Floating Waterlilies by http://www.brucemunro.co.uk

Amazing 3D portraits made out of screws by Andrew Myers. See more at andrewmyersart.com

Amazing 3D portraits made out of screws by Andrew Myers

Amazing 3D portraits made out of screws by Andrew Myers. See more at andrewmyersart.com

Or, when the base library closes. It makes me sick to think what will happen to all those books.

Or, when the base library closes. It makes me sick to think what will happen to all those books.

@kmayniac Sydney - Australia - a street of bird cages hanging between the houses! This is such a cool thing to see! #thebucketlistlife

@kmayniac Sydney - Australia - a street of bird cages hanging between the houses! This is such a cool thing to see! #thebucketlistlife

johnbreed1   - http://sculpturesworldwide.tk/johnbreed1.html

johnbreed1 - http://sculpturesworldwide.tk/johnbreed1.html

thewellesleyreview:    Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirror Room

thewellesleyreview: Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirror Room

Depth and light and fire  Yayoi Kusama’s Mirror and LED Light Installations

Depth and light and fire Yayoi Kusama’s Mirror and LED Light Installations

German photographer Martin Klimas is fascinated by the effect of gravity on things: falling objects, porcelain smashing on the ground, or in this case, paint leaping into the air.  For this project Klimas arranged paint in various colours on top of speaker diaphragms. When the music – by Paul Hindemith, Carl Orff, Karlheinz Stockhausen – was turned on, the paint began to vibrate and leap animatedly into the air. These photographs illustrate the vibrant movement and energy inherent to music.

German photographer Martin Klimas is fascinated by the effect of gravity on things: falling objects, porcelain smashing on the ground, or in this case, paint leaping into the air. For this project Klimas arranged paint in various colours on top of speaker diaphragms. When the music – by Paul Hindemith, Carl Orff, Karlheinz Stockhausen – was turned on, the paint began to vibrate and leap animatedly into the air. These photographs illustrate the vibrant movement and energy inherent to music.

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