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Families of Carrots, Miniature Mountains, and Baguettes Crafted from Needle Felted Wool by Hanna Dovhan

   17 Jan 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Sunlight Casts Shadows of Phrases Exploring Theories of Time in a Street Art Installation by DAKU

   16 Jan 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Head Instructor: A New Glass Sculpture by Thomas Medicus Analyzes the Human Mind Through Four Anamorphic Images

   16 Jan 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Contemporary Cartographic Explorations Fuse with Historic Maps in Digital Works by Scott Reinhard

   15 Jan 01:00:02   |  ThisIsColossal

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Sketchbook Vol. 1 Provides an Intimate Look into the Minds of Fourteen Contemporary Artists

   15 Jan 01:00:02   |  ThisIsColossal

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A Mural of Brightly Colored Shapes and Clusters of Spots Gives a Striking Update to a School Courtyard in Sicily

   13 Jan 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

Atlanta-based artist Alex Brewer, a.k.a. Hense, paints overlapping shapes and patterns on canvases, outdoor murals, and even billboards. His brightly colored abstract work appears around the world, from the US and Germany to Taiwan and Australia. Most recently Brewer created an acrylic paint mural on the asphalt courtyard of the Liceo Scientifico E. Fermi high school in Ragusa, Sicily.
For the piece, titled “Ragusa Sun,” Brewer wanted to add an element of inspiration and curiosity for the students at the school. More

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An Incredible Aerial Tour of Earth?s Surface from the International Space Station

   13 Jan 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Landscapes of Glistening Digital Rectangles Formed and Subdivided by Algorithms

   12 Jan 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Quirky Interventions by Octavi Serra Question the Rules of Public Spaces

   12 Jan 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

Octavi Serra uses the structures and symbolism of public spaces to question the systems we live with and find humor in their details. The Barcelona-based artist often engages with signage to subvert its original meaning, like forming a massive arrow pointing left with safety stickers that all individually indicate to exit to the right, or adding opposite directives to a signpost for routes to “hope” and “doom”. Serra also questions strictures of space, like adding “the road is lava” to a painted crosswalk, referencing the universal childhood game, or replacing parallel parking space lines with nonsensical squiggles. More

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Detailed Portraits of Animals Combine Intricate Layers and Decorative Flourishes

   11 Jan 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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