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“nothing lasts forever” ; “time is running out” ; “up & down” ; “alone” ; “when the sun goes down” ; “we all make mistapes” … LOVE! Clever, text-based work by Austrian artist Anatol Knotek.

We all make Mistapes /// The Jealous Curator /// Clever, clean, text-based work by Austrian artist Anatol Knotek

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Austrian artist Markus Hofer creates “objects” by intervening directly with that…

Paint with all the colours of the wind! But they used black!?! Inbox – agusbaz@gmail.com

50 pens suspended from the branches of a Weeping Willow tree created a drawing on a canvas placed beneath the tree. The tree is the artist! Isn’t that a super cool and innovative idea!

How To Build A Tailgate Wall Bench  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/wnrh  Having just purchased a home. My wife and I decided the entire house belonged to her except for the garage and back porch and the yard. She may have made a mistake! A friend gave me this old Ford tailgate after I told him I was decorating my back porch in vintage Gas station/ feed store style. I decided to make a working bench out of it while also using it for decoration. This is how I did it!

Tailgate Bench Lots Of Awesome Inspiration

How To Build A Tailgate Wall Bench.honey you owe me one of these but use it for the TV Outdoor Media Center not bench!

Design Mistakes: Generic Art

Design Mistakes: Generic Art

Land Art - GIANT CLOTHESPIN SCULPTURE by Uysal Mehmet Ali. Built for the Festival of the Five Seasons in Chaudfontaine Park, which lies on the outskirts of Liege, Belgium, a giant clothespin sculpture appears to be holding on to a mound of dirt and grass. Designed by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal, a professor of art at the Middle East Technical University, the giant sculpture is just one piece in a string of Uysal works that rely on flawless illusion.

Giant Clothespin Sculpture

Sculpture by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal in Chaudfontaine Park, Liege, Belgium. A giant clothespin sculpture appears to be holding on to a mound of dirt.

Spencer Finch, Moondust (Apollo 17), 2009, 150 light fixtures and 417 incandescent light bulbs, dimensions variable, installation view at Fare Mondi/Making Worlds, Venice Biennial, 2009 / Represents precisely the chemical composition of moon dust, as it was analyzed on the Apollo 17 mission in 1972. Each bulb size stands for a different atom.

Spencer Finch: Moondust (Apollo 2009 150 light fixtures and 417 incandescent light bulbs.

FedEx Kinko's outdoor street ad. I bet these needed government permission. :-) Kinko is an online printing company.

FedEx Kinko’s ad featuring giant office supplies including whiteout fluid, highlighters and an office lamp

One of the most common mistakes when hanging artwork is placing it too high. For most rooms, eye-level is best. Make sure to offset for the placement of the hanging hardware when measuring and marking your wall. To learn more, visit the how-to on The Home Depot blog.

One of the most common mistakes when hanging artwork is placing it too high. For most rooms, eye-level is best. Make sure to offset for the placement of the hanging hardware when measuring and marking your wall. To learn more, visit the how-to on The Home Depot blog.

NUON Offices Or How To Create An Inspiring Working Place

NUON Offices Or How To Create An Inspiring Working Place

HEYLIGERS Design+Projects have designed the offices for power company Nuon + Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Cat's resume: Cool idea with different colors

This simple design can be accomplished using a paint brush and acrylic paints. Just lightly flick your brush across your nail at an outward angle. Using acrylics allows you to wash off your mistakes. If you have a steady hand, use nail polish.