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"millions of flower petals erupt from a volcano, covering an entire village" - (via sunnyskyz, with photos by nick meek)

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© Hine Mizushima

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Jiang Pengyi (b. 1977, Yuanjiang, Hunan Province, China) - Everything Illuminates series, 2012     Photography

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The Carson Mansion
Eureka, California

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supersonicart:

Isaac Cordal’s “Cement Eclipses.”

Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation.  Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art.  See more below!

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Javier Pérez

"Trans (formaciones) I"  2010

Javier Pérez was born in Bilbao in 1968.  He lives and works in Barcelona. His work is permeated by a strong symbolism and accompanied by an intense use of metaphor.The artist’s favorite subjects for addressing the impermanence and cyclic nature of life are the body and time. Works such asMutaciones (2004), a mixed media installation exhibited at the Palacio de Cristal in Madrid, or Tempus fugit (2002) emphasize the inexorable passage of time and the inevitable traces that it leaves on the body from a biological but, above all, from an existential point of view. To create his art, Pérez uses strong, often antithetical means of communication like horse hair and polyester, silkworm cocoons and ceramics, or cattle intestines and blown glass.

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whimsebox:

New installation by Pip & Pop in Kurashiki, Okayama: Through a Hole in the Mountain

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how is everything they do perfect

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