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#Setinthestreet is an ongoing art project by photographer Justin Bettman. Bettman collects unwanted furniture and create elaborate home sets with Wes Anderson–inspired aesthetic on random streets in New York.

An artist creates Wes Anderson-worthy sets on unsuspecting streets

is an ongoing art project by photographer Justin Bettman. Bettman collects unwanted furniture and create elaborate home sets with Wes Anderson–inspired aesthetic on random streets in New York. Have class do this for a publicity project

War Horse: Fact & Fiction. Exhibition at London’s National Army Museum by MET Studio.

MET Studio have been commissioned to create the new War Horse: Fact & Fiction exhibition at London's National Army Museum in Chelsea.

drawdrawdraw: Jennie Crawford

Jennie Crawford - drawings, words and scratched surfaces combine to make a journey based series of prints.

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Anthony Burrill

An exhibition of work developed from a six day workshop held in São Paulo, Brazil organised by Mesa & Cadeira.

This quirky and unique experience affords customers at AT&T’s flagship experience store in Chicago the opportunity to play some fun and entertaining carnival-style games on a massive scale. The…

This quirky and unique experience affords customers at AT&T’s flagship experience store in Chicago the opportunity to play some fun and entertaining carnival-style games on a massive scale.

Light sculptures created by making incisions into the structure of a house to capture and manipulate sunlight.  Whoa.

Trace Heavens / Light installations by artist James Nizam

Throwing you a ball of light. I want you to always shine. ~ETS (Trace Heavens light installations by artist James Nizam Drill Holes Through Studio Wall,

This work is a tribute to architect, inventor, futurist, and New Englander, R. Buckminster Fuller, who spent his youth in Massachusetts and Maine. Structurally, the book is an allusion to... More

Geographies: New England Book Work, the New England Chapter of The Guild of Book Workers exhibition, is now on view at The University of Vermont's Bailey/Howe Library (I went there!)in Burlington, Vermont through.

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