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Portrait Made from Room of Objects

French artist Bernard Pras is definitely an optical illusion genius! Working with found objects, Pras installs “anamorphic portraits” into a room. Only when viewed from a certain vantage point can the intended picture be seen.

Livin’ on the Edge

Straight out of a scene from The Wizard of Oz, the Fallen Star House seems to have dropped out of the sky at the University of California San Diego’s Jacobs School of Engineering. Taking seven years to complete,  Korean sculptor Do Ho Suh masterfully installed the permanent “house” structure that balances off the edge of another Continue Reading

Tree Roots from Above, Giuseppe Licari

What if up was down, and down was up?  (Sounds like the beginning of a Dr. Seuss story). Sicilian artist Giuseppe Licari has created a world where seeing things from the other side is the norm with his recent installation entitled Humus.

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Artist Cornelia Konrads has discovered an evoloved medium in public art. The Germany native effectively creates gravity defying installations on chosen landscapes. Sticks, logs, and even snowballs appear to float in mid-air, stopping passers by and animals (I’m sure) in their tracks to stare in amazement. See more of Cornelia’s mind-bending installations here!

Massive Magazine Sculptures, Yunwoo Choi

NYC based artist and sculptor, Yunwoo Choi creates massive sturctures from discarded magazines and newspapers. Using wire and resin to hold the rolled up paper together, installations that literally pop out at you are created. Check out more of Yunwoo’s work here. Via Design-Milk Written by Whitney Washington Make sure to check @UDOMag out on Continue Reading

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