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All hail Banksey

"Elusive graffiti artist Banksy has struck again, this time in the Holy Land in Bethlehem. Six new images, including a dove wearing a flak jacket and a soldier being frisked by a young girl.

Michal Trpàk. Praga

These cement figures dangling from umbrellas within a narrow space inside the EBC office center in Prague are part of a installation titled Slight Uncertainty by Czech artist Michal Trpák. Check out much more of his sculptural work on his website.

Creepy/unsettling combination of parts to create figure that is still recognizable but strange enough that it's off putting

A million hands to reach for you, and pull you out of the darkness. ~ETS (Sculpture by Stephane Benedett.

Banksy

love Banksy - Cardinal Sin stone bust of a priest with its face sawn off and replaced by blank “pixelated” bathroom tiles. It was created as a response to the child abuse scandal in the Catholic church and its subsequent cover-up)

Graffiti artist Banksy has struck again. This time hes painted a mural behind a security fence with a CCV camera pointed at it. Photo by Thomas Hawk, 2008  Pure brilliance!

Banksy pulled off astunt to produce what is believed to be his largest work yet in central London. The secretive graffiti artist managed to erect three storeys of scaffolding behind a security fence despite being watched by a CCTV camera.

Masterplan (sand sculpture installation) by Chad Wright(US), Photographed by Lynn Kloythanomsup: "inspired by his own experiences growing up in a sprawling suburb of Southern California. The piece is meant to juxtapose the playful childhood experience of building sand castles on the beach with his brother, versus the grim, modern-day reality of our current real estate collapse."

The American Dream: A Sand Castle Suburb Consumed by the Ocean waves — Masterplan, installation by designer and artist Chad Wright

Occupy Parking Spots: 15 Projects Reclaiming the Streets

Jogging, Occupy Parking Lots (with Persian Rugs), 2012 Installation View, Dimensions Variable

followthewestwind:  Sleeping Beauty, 1878 ~ Ludwig Sussmann Hellborn (German sculptor, painter, 1828-1908) (via Pin by Acanthus Hardware &am...

Nationalgalerie Berlin - Sleeping Beauty, 1878 ~ Ludwig Sussmann Hellborn (German sculptor, painter, - just because it reminds me of Cuba

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