created by South African artist Marco Cianfanelli, “Release” is a monument to a true icon of peace: Nelson Mandela.

Created by South African artist Marco Cianfanelli, "Release" is a gorgeous monument to a true icon of peace: Nelson Mandela. To mark the anniversary of Mandela's capture by apartheid police in Cianfanelli created 50 columns o .

Dromeas (the runner) by Kostas Varotsos Photo from Evangelismos in Athens | Greece.com

Dromeas (the runner) by Kostas Varotsos Photo from Evangelismos in Athens | Greece.com

Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Recycled: Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster - I do like work with a bit of lighting & shadows!

Matching the horizon with white binding on trees. Just bizarrely amazing.

Trees, wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon… hence the title of this beautiful work by Zander Olsen, Tree Line. We used to limewash apple trees.now its art.

"'Non-sign' an installation piece by Lead Pencil Studio, located near the border between the U.S. and Canada."

Land art sky screen “Non-sign” an installation piece by Lead Pencil Studio, located near the border between the U. and Canada

Artist Yi Chul Hee creates amazing, innovative sculptures composed of stacked layers of pipes. Unexpected shapes and forms emerge from his carefully crafted piles of hollow tubes. Each piece plays with light and shadow, allowing it to seep through and visually shift with each change of perspective. Intricately pieced together to give depth and an illusion of solid forms, Hee’s balanced creations juxtapose solid and vacant space to form three-dimensional sculptural masterpieces. A

Figurative Faces Emerge From Layers of Tightly Stacked Pipes

[Artist Yi Chul Hee creates amazing, innovative sculptures composed of stacked layers of pipes. Unexpected shapes and forms emerge from his carefully crafted piles of hollow tubes]

This picture depicts both order and disorder because the pieces are spread out and scattered in no particular order yet they all create a shadow of a walking person. I think this is a good representation of mental illness. On the outside you may seem like you're okay and have it all together but inside you're just a mixture of scattered pieces.

amazing shadow art by artists Kumi Yamashita and Tim Noble + Sue Webster

kaizen journey: outdoor sculpture

Not just installation art but planted, growing art. Alapuolella maa - The ground beneath by Finnish artist Jaakko Pernu

'I See What You Mean' by Lawrence Argent. Fiberglass and steel outdoor sculpture at the Colarado Convention Centre

The big blue bear, or "Bluey" as I like to call him. The bear that looks into the Denver Convention Center windows is actually called "I See What You Mean" by artist Lawrence Argent

Garden sculptures. It would be so much fun to hang butterflies like this on our porch for a party.

Garden sculpture: - use old bike rims, bend the spokes up & place the butterflies. You can move them around then and take them in for the winter.

'kolonihavehus' by new york-based artist tom fruin in collaboration with coreact is an outdoor  sculpture consisting of a thousand pieces of found plexiglass. located in the open riverfront plaza  of the royal danish library in copenhagen, denmark, the installation largely resembles the form  of a simple house clad in a vibrant and complex skin of plexiglass squares and steel framing,  offering a visual and lighting effect close to a stained glass window.

tom fruin: kolonihavehus

Tom Fruin: Works Imagine the play of light and color inside this stained glass dream of a house!

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