Land Art In Egypt

Located near the Red Sea in El Gouna, Egypt, Desert Breath is an impossibly immense land art installation dug into the sands of the Sahara desert by the D.A.ST. Arteam back in 1997.

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Art or Voyeurism?

In a project that has sparked huge debate, gay artist Clayton Pettet will have sex with another man for the first time in front of a live audience at the Orange Dot Gallery in central London on April 3rd.

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Spray Paint Art

This incredible video shows a very talented spray paint artist producing amazing pictures in about 5 minutes!Watching his technique is a lesson in itself, the finished result is a fab piece of original art for about $20, that’s got to be the best value for money in New York surely!

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The Blue Gardens Marrakesh

Le Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech is one of Morocco's most visited places. It took forty years for the French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) to create with passion, this enchanting place, at the heart of the red city.

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Alive Without Breath

Singapore-based artist Keng Lye creates near life-like sculptures of animals relying on little but paint, resin and a phenomenal sense of perspective.

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What Would Elvis Do?

Inspired by a comment, we wondered what Elvis would be doing if he was still around today. It might not have been this but despite having ‘left the building’ in 1977 this clip certainly entertained us.  Long live the King!

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Last entry of the year

Long been a fan of Dean Morris cards, some are rude, some are contemporary, they are definitely different!

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Nuts & Bolts

This wonderfully formed wolf  is made from river rock, railroad spikes & track, steel wire, nuts and bolts by artist  John V Wilhelm

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Chosen by Saatchi!

What great news fell  into our inbox this morning...... The Saatchi Gallery  is featuring our World Cow Map in their Original Artworks Under $1000! 

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Cool or Creepy

We’re big fans of recycling.  So much of what is broken tends to get consigned to the bin, so we’re always on the look out for new and innovative ways to reuse and repurpose.  Came across this image of up-cycled broken dolls reborn as lighting features, can’t quite decide if it’s cool or creepy?

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