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Kesselhaus Josephsohn by Hans Josephson, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/3865604005/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_LIM9sb02EMFQ3

Kesselhaus Josephsohn by Hans Josephson, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/3865604005/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_LIM9sb02EMFQ3

Antique Chart Tree Branches Buds Mountain Ash Cucumber Tulip Plum Cherry Locust Botanical Print to Frame

John Cage, Mushroom Book, Plate VIII, 1972.  Lithograph. 22.5" H x 15" W.  (Image © John Cage Trust at Bard College)

workman: “indigenousdialogues: John Cage, lithograph in “Mushroom Book, Plate VIII” 22 x Edition

Illustration / The Jealous Curator

Quiet, beautiful, and just a little bit sad, lovely drawings by artist/illustrator Julie Morstad

Victo Ngai is an illustrator, originally from Hong Kong, now based in New York.

Victo Ngai is an illustrator, originally from Hong Kong, now based in New York. (designs to draw for guys)

The Coca Cola Plastic Bottle Pavilion in Beijing at the Student Design Exhibition.

Coca Cola Plastic Bottle Pavilion

The cola bow installation by Penda at Student Beijing Design Exhibition recycle plastic bottle installation exhibition

Falling Garden - San Staë church on the Canale Grande, 50th Biennial of Venice, 2003

Falling Garden installation created by Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger for the Biennial of Venice in San Staë church on the Canale Grande

exhibition by Italian artist Giuseppe Penone at France’s iconic Château de Versailles

Exhibition by Italian artist Giuseppe Penone at France’s iconic Château de Versailles. Penone creates sculptures by carving tree trunks, leaving the knots in place until they emerge as limbs, revealing the sapling within.

Rachel Whiteread, Trafalgar Square Project, 1998

The Hammer Museum presents the first museum retrospective of drawings by British artist Rachel Whiteread. While her sculpture is well known and widely publis

wow - beautiful..  what a beautiful display of it.  glass sculpture by Paula Rylatt

Large Wave glass sculpture by Paula Rylatt - especially wondrous because glass is primarily made of sand .

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