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"Very Hungry God" installed in the Eglise Saint-Bernard de la Chapelle et Square Saint-Bernard in Barbes, Paris in 2006


Tokyo-born artist Naoko Ito created a fascinating visual using over-sized mason jars to fit parts of a large tree branch.

Land Art

Outdoor wood log portal - art and awesome idea - imagine finding a secret garden beyond something like this! - curated by adam miller

The dream: a house overflowing with books.

Best Modern Abstract Art: 4 Great Modern Art Installations (I

Artist Alicia Martin's tornado of books shoot out a window like a burst of water from a giant hose. The Spain-based artist's sculptural installation at Casa de America, Madrid depicts a cavalcade of books streaming out of the side of a building.

An artist calling himself ‘FilthyLuker’ installed inflatable octopus tentacles in the windows of an unnamed building in June of 2009, making it appear as if the building is being devoured by a bright green kraken that somehow emerged from the sea and got stuck inside.

Tentacles street art by Filthy Luker. Our roof tentacle installation was co-designed by Filthy Luker!

Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirror Room

The Mirror. Symbol for our Love reflected into Infinity. Yayoi Kusama's 'Infinity Mirrored Room - The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away' light art installation CLICK PIC learn how to GET MONEY

2 Very Hungry God by Subodh Gupta Giant Skull Made of Pots and Pans

New Delhi-based artist Subodh Gupta repurposes everyday materials, turning them into iconic symbols and creating awesome sculptures like this skull made of stainless steel containers and kitchen.

Anish Kapoor - Grand Palais, Paris

Anish Kapoor: ‘Leviathan’ sculpture, Part of the Monumenta project at the Grand Palais in Paris

Amazing Three-Dimensional Suspended Rock Installations by susana

Amazing Three-Dimensional Suspended Rock Installations by Korean artist Jaehyo Lee - My Modern Metropolis

Wang Zhiyuan’s 36 foot tall plastic trash vortex is a good reminder that littering contributes to a *big* problem. 36 Foot Tall Plastic Trash Sculpture

"Thrown to the Wind" by Chinese artist Wang Zhiyuan is a 36 foot tall tornado-like sculpture made of plastic garbage. via Job's Wife & My Modern Metropolis

Citizen, LIGHT is TIME (2014) "Renowned Japanese watch manufacturer CITIZEN recently unveiled a stunning installation called LIGHT is TIME at Milan Design Week..... A truly one-of-a-kind experience for viewers, who are enveloped in a cloud of refracting light, time frozen around them like thousands of golden rain drops." - Jenny Zhang

Light is Time is an art installation developed by Tsuyoshi Tane of DGT Architects. Featuring suspended main plates—the basic component of a watch—the award-winning installation was unveiled at Milan Design Week in April

Kurt Perschke’s The Red Ball Project is reshaping cities.  Made of flexible vinyl, his big red ball transforms spaces into pieces of art.

Kurt Perschke’s The Red Ball Project is reshaping cities. Made of flexible vinyl, his big red ball transforms spaces into pieces of art.