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Miles To Empty

Artist Shannon Goff could probably not resist. She was born into the world of cars and engines. Curse or blessing? Most recently she created her grandfather’s 1979 Lincoln Continental in cardboard. »Miles To Empty« explores the car as a metaphor for the complexities of American life in general, and for her own experiences as a native of the city of Detroit specifically«, she let us know.

»Miles to Empty«, 2015, 19' x 6'5" x 4'9", Cardboard

»Miles to Empty«, 2015, 19′ x 6’5″ x 4’9″, Cardboard

Shannon Goff - Miles to Empty

Shannon Goff - Miles to Empty

All images © Shannon Goff

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Aerial Views – Adria

For those who can’t believe: This is real! Bernhard Lang’s photographs Aerial Views – Adria are about the myth and reality of the adriatic coastline in Italy. As well as lonely beaches, discover notoriously overcrowded beaches is a unique experience.

Bernhard Lang - Adria

Bernhard Lang - Adria

Bernhard Lang - Adria

Bernhard Lang - Adria

All images © Bernhard Lang

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Candy Rainbow

Those look amazing! Italian-born artist Roberto Bernardi is very close to reality. Nevertheless, his Lollipop compositions are like a little piece of heaven.

Candy Rainbow, Oil on Canvas, 2010, 87 x 125 cm.

Candy Rainbow, Oil on Canvas, 2010, 87 x 125 cm.

La Tavolozza, Oil on Canvas, 2010, 55 x 75 cm.

La Tavolozza, Oil on Canvas, 2010, 55 x 75 cm.

Le Due Luci, Oil on Canvas, 2012, 90 X 55 cm.

Le Due Luci, Oil on Canvas, 2012, 90 X 55 cm.

All Images © Roberto Bernardi

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humanæ

Neither black nor white – there are many more nuances and subtleties to the human body. humanæ by Brazilian photographer Angélica Dass.

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All Images © Angélica Dass.

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Slum Vacation

Slum Vacation is a performance project by California artist Phil America, in which he builds a house to live in Thailand’s largest marginal settlement area for 30 days.

»Klong Toey, with an estimated population of 120,000 inhabitants one of the largest slums in Asia, is located in central Bangkok. This district also houses the Bangkok University Art Gallery, one of South East Asia’s most important non-commercial art spaces, in which Slum Vacation was first displayed alongside a sound and video installation.« Visit SlumVacation.com for more info.

Slum Vacation

Slum Vacation

Slum Vacation

Slum Vacation

All Images © Phil America.

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Artist Rail Network Manifesto

Across a number of projects in the last few years, the French art collective Hehe has created four working versions of alternative rail vehicles.

Radeau de Sauvetage, Géographies variables, L'école européenne supérieure d'art de Bretagne, Lorient, 2013

Radeau de Sauvetage, Géographies variables, L’école européenne supérieure d’art de Bretagne, Lorient, 2013

M-Blem, 2012

M-Blem, 2012

TapisVolant à Saint Denis, France

Tapis Volant à Saint Denis, France

Métronome - the train project, 2012

Métronome – the train project, 2012

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Paddling Pool Fountain

Although summer season is long gone, there’s no reason to clear out your garage of old paddling pools. Here is a simple way to create a unique garden feature. But be careful: use of technology under the age of 10 is detrimental to early swimming experience. »Paddling Pool Fountain« by dutch artist Helmut Smits.

Paddling Pool Fountain, 2003, inflatable paddling pools, buckets, water pump, 3-head spray head, PVC, wood, tarp, glue, paint.

Paddling Pool Fountain, 2003, inflatable paddling pools, buckets, water pump, 3-head spray head, PVC, wood, tarp, glue, paint.

All Images © Helmut Smits.

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Immer auf der Suche nach dem Flow, begeistern Gregor Maria Schubert und Roland Graffé sich für Trends, Widersprüche und Abseitiges in Kunst, Musik und Medien.

Machtdose entdeckt, kultiviert, archiviert, und teilt Glanzlichter der Popkultur und persönliche Vorlieben mit allen anderen Träumern, Liebhabern und Neugierigen.

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