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Kurt Perschke's Red Ball Project http://www.juxtapoz.com/Street-Art/kurt-perschkes-red-ball-project

In one of the most elaborate sets in the world, British film production company Pinewood Studio captures breathtaking shots in a tank filled with 1.2 million liters (317,000 gallons) of water. The underwater stage, which opened in 2005, has been used for a huge number of TV commercials, music videos and films, including The Bourne Ultimatum, Atonement, Elizabeth and Casino Royale.

Insane Underwater Movie Sets (10 photos)

In one of the most elaborate sets in the world, British film production company Pinewood Studio captures breathtaking shots in a tank filled with 1.2 million liters (317,000 gallons) of water. The underwater stage, which opened in 2005, has been used for a huge number of TV commercials, music videos and films, including The Bourne Ultimatum, Atonement, Elizabeth and Casino Royale.

Larvae-made jewelry (video link below): These beautiful pieces are the unusual collaboration between French artist Hubert Duprat and a busy little crew of caddis fly larvae... the insects manufacture cases to protect their developing bodies ...he carefully prods them out of their own natural cases and re-houses them in aquariums filled with substitute materials...When the larvae develops its wings it abandons the case.  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/07/hubert-duprat-caddisflies/

Larvae-made jewelry (video link below): These beautiful pieces are the unusual collaboration between French artist Hubert Duprat and a busy little crew of caddis fly larvae... the insects manufacture cases to protect their developing bodies ...he carefully prods them out of their own natural cases and re-houses them in aquariums filled with substitute materials...When the larvae develops its wings it abandons the case. http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/07/hubert-duprat-caddisflies/

Indoor Clouds! Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde controls the weather and creates beautiful indoor clouds with the help of a smoke machine. Fog machine emits dense vapor / smoke that makes contact with sprayed water and forms small white cloud. Miniature cloud floats through the room and quickly disappears.

Berndnaut Smilde’s Incredible Indoor Clouds

Indoor Clouds! Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde controls the weather and creates beautiful indoor clouds with the help of a smoke machine. Fog machine emits dense vapor / smoke that makes contact with sprayed water and forms small white cloud. Miniature cloud floats through the room and quickly disappears.

Lovingly put together by Bompas & Parr who have faced quite a few challenges to get this off the ground. Getting to the roof itself requires a special lift covered in classic books including Treasure Island and Fear Of Flying. The roof itself is below a specially-built platform upon which a boating lake (with twelve boats, a waterfall, a cocktail booth and a lifeguard) and a cocktail bar have been mounted.

10 Incredibly Bizarre Art Installations

Lovingly put together by Bompas & Parr who have faced quite a few challenges to get this off the ground. Getting to the roof itself requires a special lift covered in classic books including Treasure Island and Fear Of Flying. The roof itself is below a specially-built platform upon which a boating lake (with twelve boats, a waterfall, a cocktail booth and a lifeguard) and a cocktail bar have been mounted.

Yes, it seems crazy or totally fictional, the appearance of a cloud in a closed room is possible, thanks to the Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde! What looks like magic, turns out to be a carefully calculated project made possible by a certain level of humidity, temperature and special lighting. This precise mixture (& the use of a smoke machine) allows the formation of a cloud inside an enclosed space ~ a surreal spectacle!

Yes, it seems crazy or totally fictional, the appearance of a cloud in a closed room is possible, thanks to the Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde! What looks like magic, turns out to be a carefully calculated project made possible by a certain level of humidity, temperature and special lighting. This precise mixture (& the use of a smoke machine) allows the formation of a cloud inside an enclosed space ~ a surreal spectacle!

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