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Madelon Vriesendorp – wife to Rem Koolhaus and co-founder of the Office of Metropolitan Architecture – came up with these totally feasible recontextualizatios of New York City. http://wemakeitgood.com/tag/architecture

Madelon Vriesendorp – wife to Rem Koolhaus and co-founder of the Office of Metropolitan Architecture – came up with these totally feasible recontextualizatios of New York City. http://wemakeitgood.com/tag/architecture

Sex Obsession/Food Obsession  Yayoi Kusama Exhibition @ Tate Modern by everydaylife.style, via Flickr

Sex Obsession/Food Obsession Yayoi Kusama Exhibition @ Tate Modern by everydaylife.style, via Flickr

Pipilotti Rist's Eyeball Massage, Hayward Gallery

Pipilotti Rist's Eyeball Massage, Hayward Gallery

‘kolonihavehus’ by tom fruin photographer: nuno neto ‘kolonihavehus’ by new york-based artist tom fruin in collaboration with coreact is an outdoor sculpture consisting of a thousand pieces of found plexiglass.

‘kolonihavehus’ by tom fruin photographer: nuno neto ‘kolonihavehus’ by new york-based artist tom fruin in collaboration with coreact is an outdoor sculpture consisting of a thousand pieces of found plexiglass.

Jeppe Hein, Invisible Labyrinth 2005.   Visitors are given a pair of digital headphones that vibrate whenever they knock into one of the invisible walls of a maze

Invisible: Art about the Unseen – in pictures

Jeppe Hein, Invisible Labyrinth 2005. Visitors are given a pair of digital headphones that vibrate whenever they knock into one of the invisible walls of a maze

Monki: Forgotten Forest (Sweden) / Electric Dreams

Monki: Forgotten Forest (Sweden) / Electric Dreams

The "noble imp" Robert Dudley, Lord Denbigh, son of Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester ("Elizabeth's Robin") and his wife, Lettice Knollys. Died 19 July 1584, age 3. St. Mary's Church, Warwick, in the Beauchamp Chapel. His feet rest on a bear; the Warwick bear & ragged staff are visible above.

The "noble imp" Robert Dudley, Lord Denbigh, son of Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester ("Elizabeth's Robin") and his wife, Lettice Knollys. Died 19 July 1584, age 3. St. Mary's Church, Warwick, in the Beauchamp Chapel. His feet rest on a bear; the Warwick bear & ragged staff are visible above.

reebok-flash-store-by-formavision_reflection-1.jpg

Reebok Flash store by Formavision

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