Undestructable

The above piece, “Viewing Machine,” is a play on kaleidoscopes from Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson located in Brazil at Inhotim.

(Source: fishingboatproceeds)

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Statement Mirror Using a Stencil. “WARNING: Reflections in this mirror may be distorted by socially constructed ideas of ‘beauty’ “. She bought her stencil, but you could make one. Really easy tutorial (no etching glass unless you want to) from Dans Le Townhouse here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Statement Mirror Using a Stencil. “WARNING: Reflections in this mirror may be distorted by socially constructed ideas of ‘beauty’ “. She bought her stencil, but you could make one. Really easy tutorial (no etching glass unless you want to) from Dans Le Townhouse here.

(via truebluemeandyou)

Great idea for decorating a wall. Bringing Nature and art together to create very calming and interesting home decor.

Great idea for decorating a wall. Bringing Nature and art together to create very calming and interesting home decor.

Hilarious because I’m positive my cat goes through monologs like this. But with a British accent. ha ha.

mysociallist:

Downtown LA
Taken with instagram

I love when art is used to make a statement.

mysociallist:

Downtown LA

Taken with instagram

I love when art is used to make a statement.

(Source: xromleyx)

dizzymaiden:

DIY
Paisley Stencil Table - repurpose that old table or chair or anything that can be painted!

I have done this project on a book shelf, it turned out great!

dizzymaiden:

DIY

Paisley Stencil Table - repurpose that old table or chair or anything that can be painted!

I have done this project on a book shelf, it turned out great!

unconsumption:

Hundreds of plastic bottles — partially filled with colored water — have a new life as the cover of a parking canopy.
Designer Garth Britzman, of Lincoln, Nebraska, suspended the bottles at slightly different heights so the bottoms form an undulating curve.
Wow.
(via Colossal)





Such a great idea!

unconsumption:

Hundreds of plastic bottles — partially filled with colored water — have a new life as the cover of a parking canopy.

Designer Garth Britzman, of Lincoln, Nebraska, suspended the bottles at slightly different heights so the bottoms form an undulating curve.

Wow.

(via Colossal)

Such a great idea!

meducatedmama:

The grass is always greener… Maybe they will open the park again. It’s been 6 months since the eviction… #occupyla (Taken with instagram)

And as you can tell by the grass, there is no damage done to the park. The city is keeping the fence up because they don’t want it to be re-occupied.

meducatedmama:

The grass is always greener… Maybe they will open the park again. It’s been 6 months since the eviction… #occupyla (Taken with instagram)

And as you can tell by the grass, there is no damage done to the park. The city is keeping the fence up because they don’t want it to be re-occupied.

(Source: meducatedthoughts)

When I own a place, I will absolutely create a walkway like this!

(Source: fer1972)

doloresdepalabra:

ROA in Gambia for Wide Open Walls

This is a part of Wide Open Walls in Gambia: “1000 cans of paint. 8 artists. 2 weeks. 1 Village. Welcome to Wide Open Walls, an Art Safari. Please subscribe and follow us on this amazing project that begins 12th October 2010.”
Photo by Jonx Pillemer.